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A Visual Guide To Pissing Off The Financial World

January 15, 2013

This infographic shows a concise explanation of how the AIG bailout pissed off just about every person in America. The American International Group (AIG) managed to get itself in a whole lot of trouble financially, with the government and with every person in America. Source

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Where did All the Money Go?

January 11, 2013

This infographic provides information for the financial crisis. It provides a break down with a brief explanation of each stage of how the United States ended up in such a bad recession. It shows that economic starting with easy credit that lead to bad debts that eventually lead to a global economic crisis. Source

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College Student Debt in America

January 10, 2013

Did you know that almost 75% of students graduating from 4-year colleges have student loan debt? And of them, the average 2010 debt for private school graduates ($25,350) was only about $6,000 more than debt from public school grads, even though private school tuition is far more costly. Perhaps it’s because family income of private […]

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Too Big to Fail: The 2008 Financial Ponzi Scheme

January 1, 2013

In 2008 the United States saw a major collapse of it’s financial system. To understand what happened and how it happened, one must understand the rules and regulations set in place and the role of the major actors in the game. This infographic provides information about the financial crisis and all the steps that took […]

Making Sense of the Financial Mess: Cypher 13

Making Sense of the Financial Mess: Cypher 13

November 7, 2012

We tried to make sense of the financial mess we’re in. As you can see, we couldn’t come up with anything satisfying, so we want your help. We’re offering $500 to the best global finance infographic we receive, as judged by a prominent economist. Source

Banking on Innovation: Is There any Real Banking Innovation

Banking on Innovation: Is There any Real Banking Innovation

August 22, 2012

This infographic provides information about U.S bank industry and explores if there has been any technological retail innovation since banks started. It provides a timeline to show how the banking system has changed through time. Also, the infographic explores the future of innovation in the banking industry. Source

United Kingdom Debt

United Kingdom Debt

August 10, 2012

This shows if its possible for the United kingdom to recover from financial collapse. Source

Federal deficit: who owns what?

Federal deficit: who owns what?

July 29, 2012

If its any consolation, it should be noted that this is how all governments borrow money, so the US isn’t alone: but with America’s deficit now soaring to an incredulous height, concerns seem to not only be justified but also gaining impudence. Source

A Great European Bailout

A Great European Bailout

July 14, 2012

Whenever there’s a financial crisis, I tend to assume that it’s Dirk Eddelbuettel‘s fault, though apparently the EMU debt crisis is more complicated than that. JP Morgan have just released a white paper about the problem, including a Lego infographic of who is asking who for money. Created, apparently, by Peter Cembalest, aged nine. Impressive […]

Global Financial Crisis: A World In Debt

Global Financial Crisis: A World In Debt

June 3, 2012

World governments have borrowed massive amounts of money to live beyond their means. Here are the world’s largest economies, and how much they borrowed. Source

Biggest Loser Wall Street Edition

Biggest Loser Wall Street Edition

May 29, 2012

The financial crisis is undeniable in the United States, and other countries around the world have faced their own as well. But who are the people who have contributed to these fiscal problems? Source