Dr. Kedrosky is an investor, writer, and entrepreneur. He is a sought-after speaker; an analyst for CNBC television; a columnist for TheStreet/RealMoney; and the editor of Infectious Greed, one of the best known business blogs. He is frequently quoted in major publications around the world.
Dr. Kedrosky is currently a Senior Fellow at the Kauffman Foundation, where he is focused on entrepreneurship, innovation, and the future of risk capital. He is also a strategist with Ten Asset Management, a southern California institutional money management firm using innovative quantitative techniques in capital markets. He is a fellow and on the advisory board of the Berkeley Center for Innovative Financial Technology, as well as being on the board of Dabbledb, a hosted data management company. He is an advisor to various other companies, institutional investors, and venture capital firms.
Dr. Kedrosky has also been the Executive Director of the William J. von Liebig Center in San Diego, California. Using an innovative seed capital program, the Center successfully drove the commercialization of technologies from the internationally-ranked University of California, San Diego. He has also been a venture partner at Ventures West, a large institutional venture capital firm.
Earlier in his career, Dr. Kedrosky founded the technology equity research practice at HSBC James Capel. As a highly-ranked technology equity analyst, transactions with which he was involved created in excess of a billion dollars in public market value. Dr. Kedrosky was one of the first analysts to cover Internet companies, as well as making early and timely calls in networking and communications.
Dr. Kedrosky financed and launched one of the first hosted blogging services, GrokSoup. The service grew to more than a thousand subscribers. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Western Ontario, an M.B.A. from Queen's University, and a B. Engineering from Carleton University.
Dr. Kedrosky has written influential columns and articles for the Wall Street Journal, the Economist, Harvard Business Review, and others. He has also appeared on many media outlets, including CNN, PBS Newshour, ABC Nightline, and the New York Times, and he can be seen frequently on CNBC. He maintains one of the best known finance blogs at http://paul.kedrosky.com.
Dr. Kedrosky currently lives in La Jolla, California.
Recent Blog Posts by Paul Kedrosky
- Doug Kass’s 20 Surprises for 2010: Goldman Private, Gold Tumbles, etc.
- Beijing Car Sales Tick to 1,200/Day
- America’s Fiscal Train Wreck and Cassandra’s Curse
- Moody’s on California: Nice Weather, Shame About the Insolvency
- Recessions, Startups and the Fortune 500
- Be It Resolved: There is No Credit Market
- Honey, I’m Done with the Whole Treasuries Thing
- New Oil Shock is “Inevitable”
- Lester Brown on the Coming Food Crisis (Again)
- Blackjack, Banking, and the Risk of Not Taking Enough Risk
- Personal Checks, and the Trouble with Market Eschatology
- The Internet “Cannot Accommodate Debt”
- The Risks From Reviving the Debt Frankenstein
- AIG Sues Countrywide: [Insert Headline Here]
- Bury the Banks at Wounded Knee
- Is Financial History Bunk?
- Skidelsky on Kenyes and Capitalism’s Crisis
- No Gambling Please. This is the Stock Market
- 5,397 Semi-Interesting Words on Bernie Madoff
- What is the New S&P 500 Normal?
- The Interest Rate Race
- Bankruptcy Filings are So 1996
- Global Markets All Pointing to Deflation
- Latest CDS Data: Next Weather. Seven Days
- Must-See Bailout TV Tomorrow: Waxman Power Hour
- The Looming Deflation/Reflation Whipsaw
- Bank Bailouts and the Loans Myth
- The Great Crash of China
- Anyone Planning to ‘Fess Up on Lehman’s CDSs?
- CBO on Pension Plan Losses and Underfunding
- BofA Gives Details on Loan Modification Program
- Credit Crisis, Companies, and the Economic Outlook
- Mark-to-Market Myths
- Bailout Text Summary
- Illiquidity versus Insolvency
- Freddie/Fannie: What Did It Take to Get Management/Board Onside?
- Citi + BoA Losses = Rest of U.S. Banking’s Value