How does your household budget stack up against the average American consumer?
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.
As climate change concerns continue to grow, many Americans are trying to switch to more renewable sources of energy where possible. One such option is choosing vehicles run by electricity rather than gasoline
Is homeownership in your future? That all depends on where you live and how much you make
The Internet has been lauded as “the Great Equalizer,” providing access to information for anyone in the world. But the price of that access, especially on a mobile device, varies significantly based on which country you live in
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
Have you ever noticed how prices for some goods differ based on whether they are marketed for men or women? If so, you have encountered an economic phenomenon known as the “pink tax”
Agriculture is a cornerstone of the U.S. economy. But the types of agricultural products cultivated in each state are different, and some states are greater agricultural powerhouses than others.
Our latest visualization uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau to compare each U.S. state’s debt to its output
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.