Startup Dough For Home Businesses

June 2, 2014

Where home businesses go for startup dough. Source


SigFig: Apple Q1 2012 Earnings By The Numbers

May 22, 2014

SigFig analyzed $25B in investments across nearly 70 brokerages to see how Apple investors have reacted to past earnings. We combined this information from Apple, including devices sold and price per share for the past several quarters. At SigFig, we help users manage and improve their investments. We also help everyone invest smarter by analyzing […]


SoftTechVC by the Numbers

February 1, 2014

An at-a-glance look at venture capital firm SoftTech VC and its investments by volume, year, location and business sector. Source


Interesting Facts About Black Rock

December 6, 2013

This infographic is about BlackRock Inc: BlackRock started out as a small firm 23 years ago, and is now the biggest assetmanager in the world. BlackRock with close to $3.5trillion aum, dwarfs State Street (2trillion aum), the world’s second largest asset manager. Below are some interesting stats about BlackRock Source


Ultimate IRA Cheat Sheet

November 13, 2013

Investment regulations are hard! The IRS changed many of the IRA contribution limits allowed for every type of account. Keep track of all the tax, income and contribution limits with this handy chart. Source


How To Identify Counterfeit Currency

November 2, 2013

Millions of dollars get sifted through small businesses every week. Unfortunately, some of those bills are counterfeit, causing that small business to lose out on a chunk of its profit. Protect your wallets and your savings by being able to identify a counterfeit bill with these easy steps! Source


What Renovations Have the Best Resale Value?

October 12, 2013

Homeowners and prospective buyers look at a home very differently so it’s useful to consider a remodeling project from a buyer’s perspective when you’re thinking of selling your home. But which projects are most effective for the housing market? Find out which renovations will improve a home’s resale value, no matter your budget. Source


What are Capital Gains?

January 30, 2013

A capital gain is a profit that results from investing in a capital asset, such as a stock, bond or real estate. When you sell an asset for less than its purchase price you incur a capital loss. Several factors determine the nature of your capital gain (or loss) including the type of asset and […]


The Power of Starting an IRA

January 26, 2013

This illustration by shows the power of starting to fund your IRA now vs later in life. Source


2011 – Nasdaq’s Turbulent Year

January 14, 2013

The Nasdaq’s breakeven performance in 2011 hides the wild market swings and turbulence that has defined the market. Source

An Investor

An Investor’s 2011: The Year In Numbers

November 29, 2012

2011 has been a rollercoaster year for private investors, and for the investment industry. But what exactly happened? This is a quick look back at the big financial events of the year through that most unbiased of indicators: the cold, hard number. Source

A Look at First-Time Home Buyers

A Look at First-Time Home Buyers

October 8, 2012

The group of first-time home buyers are a very particular group of people in the United States. They have very specific wants, needs, and makeup. This graphic looks into the specifics of who they are, their background, and what exactly they are looking for when it comes to that first house purchase. Source