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Online Advertising For Financial Services

February 17, 2014

As the bulk of financial services moves online, display advertising becomes a strategic marketing channel. For stats and trends on this phenomenon that keeps popping up everywhere, read on. Source

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Employee lifetime value

February 17, 2014

There are some HR metrics that are not widely known, but when measured correctly can produce predictive estimation. One of them is Employee lifetime value. And I want to present my Infographic explaining it on real data of HSBC bank. More details in my post. Source

A Visual Guide to the Financial Crisis: Part 2

A Visual Guide to the Financial Crisis: Part 2

May 8, 2013

The Financial crisis and meltdown of our banking system is complex, convoluted, and it all seems (according to politicians) to be everyone else’s fault. Is there anything that we clearly do know about this catastrophic collapse? Source

Minimum Payments Will Eat You Alive

Minimum Payments Will Eat You Alive

May 6, 2013

Think the credit card issuers are doing you a favor by letting you slide by on a $10 or $20 minimum payment? Think again. You might end up facing monstrous interest charges. Source

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A Pixel’s Worth a Million Dollars

April 20, 2013

Where has all the bail-out money gone and really how much is a trillion dollars? Our brains can’t really conceive of a number that large. Learn the scale of numbers with this pictorial representation of the scale of America’s recent budget. Source

Bank Failures in America

Bank Failures in America

March 18, 2013

In 2009, a startling number of banks were seized and quietly closed down on weekends to avoid causing panic. This infographic takes a look at what it means when and why banks fail, and where the largest concentration of failed banks were located. Source

A Visual Guide to the Financial Crisis: Part 1

A Visual Guide to the Financial Crisis: Part 1

October 18, 2012

The Financial crisis and meltdown of our banking system is complex, convoluted, and seems (according to politicians) to be everyone else’s fault. Is there anything that we clearly do know about this catastrophic collapse? Source

A Visual Guide to the Federal Reserve

A Visual Guide to the Federal Reserve

October 16, 2012

The Federal Reserve. That’s where our federal government…um…keeps its reserves, right? The Federal Reserve is extraordinarily complex once you start to look at this singularly unique institution: how it came to be, how it functions, what its purpose is, and what exactly it does. Source

How Financial Companies Prey On the Poor

How Financial Companies Prey On the Poor

October 13, 2012

Finance is big business and there is money to be made into tricking undereducated folk into frittering away their few hard-earned dollars. Bad credit cards, rent-to-own, and payday loans are some of the primary forces keeping the lower economic classes down. Source

Choosing a Savings Account

Choosing a Savings Account

September 29, 2012

For the three out of four Americans that have a savings account of some type, does it makes a big difference what type of account they put their hard earned dollars into? Indeed it does. Find out which type is the best savings account for your nest egg. Source

Debit Cards, The Durbin Amendment, And You

Debit Cards, The Durbin Amendment, And You

September 21, 2012

The Durbin Amendment has sparked debate since its 11th-hour addition to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. The Federal Reserve has released its final ruling on interchange fees, and the decision requires major changes for big banks, merchants, and consumers alike. Source

Crunching The Numbers On Summer Movies 2011

Crunching The Numbers On Summer Movies 2011

September 21, 2012

This infographic looks at the 2011 Summer blockbuster movies and the facts that largely determine —long before these movies come out — how they will come together and be watched by millions of Americans. Source