Our latest visualization uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau to compare each U.S. state’s debt to its output
Bitcoin is in a slump, but if you take the long view, its value is still significantly higher than a year ago. In fact, the entire cryptocurrency market is now worth billions more than Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates
The sheer magnitude of how much money there is in the world can be quite staggering—and hard to understand. What if you could visualize every ma class in the world as a bubble?
The SEC just decided that bitcoin and ether are not securities, but the regulators are still undecided on other cryptocurrencies. Our new visualization charts the skyrocketing trajectory of initial coin offerings (ICOs) in a still undefined marketplace.
This graphic shows the mean yearly income of financial advisors in all 50 states. Their average salaries range between just over $76K in Vermont to more than $166K in New York
Where you live (and drive) has a huge impact on how much you pay for auto insurance. Our newest visualization breaks down average annual car insurance premiums by state and how some parts of the country are much more expensive for drivers than others
Getting a job in technology is supposed to be a surefire way into the upper class. Our new map of average compensation for computer jobs reveals how it can vary dramatically across the country
Are U.S. banks too big to fail? And how many “big banks” are there really? Our visualization lets you easily compare the size of different banks according to the value of their assets.
Private fintech companies mean big business, and right now they’re growing in size. Our visualization breaks down the companies and industries getting the most money from investors
The economies of these nations fit like puzzle pieces inside this map of America.
Our visualization shows how much money the federal government collects and allocates back to projects in each state, revealing who is shouldering more of their fair share of the tax burden, and who is taking a free ride
Trump and Obama both claim credit for a strong economy and high job growth numbers. Our visualization shows you the real track record of job growth for each president going all the way back to the Great Depression.
The economy has recovered since the Great Recession, but the housing market remains below its 2007 peak in some states. See how median home prices have changed over the last 10 years where you live.
Millennials can get priced out of the housing market too, just like everyone else.