Is wind power the solution to climate change? It turns out that lots of deep red states like Texas and Oklahoma lead the country in terms of wind power generation. Our visualization breaks down a state-by-state ranking.
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.
A new ranking from Money Magazine compares the 50 best places to live in the U.S. Our visualization cuts through the noise to let you decide the best place depending on what you think is most important, from income to expenses and job growth.
If you are a new parent putting your baby in childcare, you might be in for a shock. Childcare costs more (a lot more) than college in over half the states in the country.
Unless you live off the grid, utilities are a big part of your monthly fixed budget. Our map breaks down how much Americans spend each month on electricity, gas, water, cable and Internet.
The largest companies in the world have massive R&D budgets, but not everyone is investing in innovation at the same rate. Our visualization breaks down the top 50 leaders by industry category.
It’s no secret tech companies dominate the marketplace today, but do you know which regions and industries produce the most winners? Our newest visualization analyzes the top 50 tech companies in the world.
The U.S. economy is built to run on consumption, and consumption is fueled by debt. Our visualization categorizes household debt, making us wonder how much longer it will take until something bursts
What if we told you that a little over 2,000 people control $9 trillion in wealth? Our map helps you visualize both the geography of where billionaires live and the size of their fortunes.
Being financially literate means you understand basic concepts like diversification, inflation and compound interest. Our series of maps indicate relatively few people around the world do.
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.