better numbers but bad feelings
Love the poem Kyla. Thanks for putting that in there. We need so much more of the expanded thinking the prom points out.
Another really great article, thank you! You can really hear your voice in your writing, my fiancée and I took turns reading this out loud on our Saturday morning.
how are you getting around without driving at all??? I applaud your efforts but remain curious. It's none of my business, of course.
Great article Kyla. Your perspective is not just a perspective on finance but a perspective on life in general. Thank you for all your hard work.
Another solid article. Thank you.
Minor quibble, but I believe you meant to say it’d be 3.2% in March 2023 (not December).
I would love to see someone diving deeper into the impact that mainstream media has on the consumer sentiment :) it is fascinating to open NyTimes and read pieces about the troubles of inflation, but very little said about the risks of high employment
please listen in starting from minute 30:
They were giving you credit for the "vibecession" concept. :-)
Well said, idk how I feel about the rational expectations theory as I’m a big fan of the concept of reflexivity in capital markets & mostly reject the efficient market hypothesis, not to get too epistemic but behavioral game theory under the assumption of bounded rationality seems to map onto reality a bit more congruently ￼than assuming perfect economic rationality