- Central and Eastern Kentucky are flooding, with hundreds of homes lost.
- The loss of coal mining jobs and the opioid crisis are two key hindrances to growth that Kentucky is grappling with
- Place-based inequality is a tough issue to tackle, and it comes with many nuances.
- Kentucky is a beautiful, beautiful state.
Ride or Drive: A Financial Model Comparing Ridesharing to Car Ownership
Can ride-sharing really replace cars? The numbers say if you drive less than 10,000 miles, maybe.Read More »
- Despite the increase in health consciousness among consumers, chocolate and other confectioneries are still in high demand
- The new pricing methods for cocoa could cause candy makers to hike their prices
- Some candy products have more room to change their prices because their quantity demanded won’t shift substantially. Other products are completely the opposite.
- Candy is one of the most inelastic food categories, across all incomes.
A lot of people call me by the wrong name.
Some variation of Kyle, Kayla (most common), or Kylie will normally replace the two-syllable name that my parents bestowed upon me twenty-two years ago (pronounced kuh/eye-la). Kyla means “triumphant” in Gaelic, a nod to my second-generation Irish heritage.Read More »
I’ve been challenging myself to be concise lately.
How can I explain information in the most succinct and understandable way?Read More »
This week has been tumultous, to say the least. The geopolitical environment is extremely tense, the discourse is combative, and no one can agree on anything. I spent the last week or so in Kentucky, and came back to Los Angeles last night.Read More »
Below are all my favorite pictures, ideas, and charts from January – December 2019 – a visual representation of some of the coolest things that I’ve been reading, thinking about, and studying for the past year. Most of them are scraped from the non-financial tweets that I’ve liked over the past 12 months.Read More »