Ken established Mahoney Asset Management to provide a comprehensive array of financial planning services, designed to help you maintain your desired lifestyle throughout your golden years. With the goal of becoming your primary financial advisor, he embraces a time-tested approach that seeks to help you achieve your goals, while reducing risk through proper asset allocation. An accomplished financial advisor, author, and speaker, Ken brings over 24 years of professional experience to the residents of Rockland, Westchester and the New York City metropolitan area. He also often appears on National Television. He is a guest financial contributor on ABC, CNBC and WPIX and a Guest Financial Analyst on Fox Business News and EBRU TV.
Ken’s opinions on the world of finance have been published nationally. He sat on the Advisory Board of the House of Representatives Banking and Finance Committee, has taught finance at Dominican College, and won 2001’s annual “Stock Picking” contest held by Gannett Newspapers. He is a frequent guest speaker at business associations, senior groups, corporations and other organizations throughout the region. Prior to founding Mahoney Asset Management, Ken was Senior Vice President and an Investment Officer with a major brokerage firm.
Ken’s expertise has not gone unnoticed by periodicals either. Ken’s market comments and perspectives are published in the Hudson Valley Business Journal weekly and his financial opinions have been published by USA Today, as well as by various other local publications. He is a familiar quoted figure in the business pages of newspaper’s Business Leaders Roundtable. Since 1992, Ken has published the financial newsletter, The Smart Investor. He also did a market report on Tuesday mornings on WHUD, and can currently be heard live week- day mornings on WTBQ 1110 AM or 99.1 FM at 7:30AM and WRCR 1300 AM at 8:30AM.
Ken is the author of Investing From Within: A Story of Under- standing, Now What? A Guide to Retirement During Volatile Times, Can I Retire? and A GPS For Your Retirement. His latest book, A Tale of Two Retirements, released in 2014, will lead investors to their best retirement choices. Ken also launched a series entitled The Zoo Exchange: Teaching Our Kids About Money, which teaches children financial principles.