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All the World’s Wealth in One Visual

Americans control almost 30% of the entire world’s wealth. Other countries aren’t that far behind anymore, and when measured collectively, Asia already boasts a higher total. That’s according to a new global wealth report from Credit Suisse. Q4 2019 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The U.S. remains by far...

Mapping Filthy Rich Families Around the World

Forget the top one percent. The 25 richest people in the world belong to an ultra-elite group of families who control astonishing amounts of wealth. But where do these families come from? And who has the most dynastic wealth? Q4 2019 hedge fund letters, conferences and more The Walton family...

In One Map: Where the U.S. Economy is Built

Economic growth headlines the news in good times and bad. Financial analysts continually forecast and tweak outlooks for the U.S. and the global economy. With the holiday season coming to an end, Americans spent 3.4% more than the prior year on top of an 18.8% growth in online sales....

Visualizing Top 20 Most Valuable Companies of All Time

Saudi Aramco finally went public with the world’s largest IPO on December 11th. However, from a historical perspective Saudi Aramco would still not be the world’s largest company ever. Our new visualization looks at the most valuable companies of all time, measured by their market capitalization. Q3 2019 hedge fund letters, conferences...

A Snapshot of Income Inequality Around the U.S.

Over the past 40 years, the average individual income in the U.S. has grown by 65%. However, not everyone has reaped the benefits of higher wages. Income inequality is at an all-time high, and the combined wealth of the top 1% of earners is almost as much as the...

A Snapshot of Worldwide Wheat Exports

Agricultural production is one of the mainstays of the economy, accounting for 3% of the world’s GDP and almost 30% of global employment. One of the most widely grown crops in the world is wheat, which can be used to make products such as bread, alcohol, and baked goods....

Charted: These U.S. Jobs Have The Biggest Paychecks In 2019

You may have heard growing up that the path to a good salary was to become a doctor or a lawyer. It turns out that this conventional wisdom is right—at least partly. Our new visualization uses the most recent data from Glassdoor to illustrate the highest-paying jobs nationwide, based...

Budgeting For The Children: Where Does The Money Go?

How much of the federal budget is dedicated to helping children? From healthcare and nutrition to education and tax benefits, the United States government spends hundreds of billions of dollars on children. Q3 2019 hedge fund letters, conferences and more To see exactly how much the federal government spends on the...

Which Goods Are Most Traded Between U.S. & China?

Trade talks between the United States and China are ongoing, with another round of talk set to launch soon. The standoff remains with just over a year to go before the 2020 presidential election. Two-thirds of voters said in a recent poll that tariffs on Chinese goods will increase...

Charted: These Giant Companies Make Millions Every Day

In an age of “unicorn” companies, which are private companies with billion-dollar valuations, and even trillion dollar companies, it can be difficult to mentally comprehend important financial metrics due to their enormity. Worldwide corporate profits are certainly one such measure, with many companies clearing hundreds of billions of dollars...

Visualizing The Importance Of Services In The World’s Economy

Most of the world’s economic production comes from the agriculture, industry, and services sectors. The services sector, in particular, plays a much larger role in the world economy than you might think. To illustrate the impact of the services sector on the world economy, we created a collection of visualizations...

Visualizing The Importance Of Industry In The World’s Economy

When measuring economic production around the world, most of what the world produces falls into one of three categories: agriculture, industry (which includes manufacturing), and services. Industry, which is defined as mining, manufacturing, construction, electricity, water, and gas, is the second-largest contributor to worldwide GDP. Our latest series of...

A Snapshot Of The Tourist Spending Around The Globe

Despite signs of a global economic slowdown, it seems that there is no stop on tourism growth. For many individuals, traveling is an ideal way to experience new cultures, meet new people, and broaden horizons. At the same time, tourism is a major component of the economy for many...

America’s Mortgage Debt Spiral Accelerates To All-Time High

Since the 1940s, housing prices have soared to new levels. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median home value in the U.S. was $30,600 in 1940 (adjusted for inflation). By 2017, that number was $193,500. Not surprisingly, as housing prices increase, so does the amount of mortgage debt that...

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