Andy Kessler

Andy Kessler

Columnist, Inside View, The Wall Street Journal

Andy Kessler is the author of Inside View, a column he writes for The Wall Street Journal on technology and markets and where they intersect with culture. He won the 2019 Gerald Loeb Award for commentary. He is the author of several books including Wall Street Meat and Eat People. He used to design chips at Bell Labs before working on Wall Street for PaineWebber and Morgan Stanley and then as a founder of the hedge fund Velocity Capital.

Latest Articles

Inside View

She would replace GDP with a measure that includes time spent fishing.

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Inside View

When my four sons act out, I ask if they remember a violent rainforest episode.

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Inside View

Americans still work hard to get ahead. But politicians always need a scapegoat.

August 22, 2021

Inside View

Washington may follow Beijing’s crackdown, and CEOs need to act now to slow the regulatory rush.

August 15, 2021

Inside View

Children are often honest, but when I asked my son to fib about his age, he did.

August 8, 2021

Inside View

The month they mock as lazy gave us color TV sports, the Berlin Wall and the web.

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Washington today ignores that saving and investing must precede consumption.

香蕉视频苹果下载July 25, 2021

Inside View

Progressive policy makers won’t learn that parasites should never kill their host.

July 18, 2021

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