Charted: Public Trust in the Federal Reserve
Public trust in the Federal Reserve chair has hit its lowest point in 20 years. Get the details in this infographic.
How Gen Z Feels About Its Financial Future
Despite the looming uncertainty, members of Gen Z maintains an optimistic outlook about their financial future
More U.S. Tech Companies are Adopting Unequal Dual-Class Voting Structures
Dual-class share structures are rising in popularity, and they give executives much more voting power within a public company.
The Link Between Entrepreneurship and Mental Health Conditions
Research explores the link between entrepreneurship and mental health conditions such as ADHD and bipolar disorder
Ranked: The World’s 25 Richest Countries by GDP per Capita
Analyzing 2023 per capita GDP numbers from the International Monetary Fund lets us know where the richest countries in the world are.
Ranked: The 25 Poorest Countries by GDP per Capita
Analyzing 2023 per capita GDP numbers from the International Monetary Fund lets us know where the poorest countries are.
Network Overload? Adding Up the Data Produced By Connected Cars
By 2025, connected cars could produce 10 exabytes (exabyte = 1B gigabytes) of data per month, a thousand-fold increase over current volumes.
The Largest U.S. Bank Failures in Modern History
This graphic charts over 560 U.S. bank failures since 2001, including the most recent addition: First Republic Bank.
Mapped: Legal Sports Betting Totals by State
In 2022, legal sports betting in the U.S. totaled over $93 billion. Which states saw the most and least wagers? (Sponsored post)
The Drive for a Fully Autonomous Car
Automakers have spent $75 billion in the race to launch the first autonomous car, but just how close are we to ditching the steering wheel? (Sponsored post)
Super-Sized Bets for Football’s Big Game (2013-2022)
Expanding legalization has driven an increase in bets on football’s big game, with wagers more than doubling from 2021 to 2022. (Sponsored Content)
Ranked: The Top Online Music Services in the U.S. by Monthly Users
This graphic shows the percentage of Americans that are monthly music listeners for each service. Which online music service is most popular?
Charted: The Ukraine War Civilian Death Toll
Using data from the UN, this chart shows civilian death toll figures resulting from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The Future Value of Disruptive Materials
Disruptive materials are key inputs in emerging, next-generation technologies. See how the forecasted market value for these materials is expected to surge by billions in the coming decade. (Sponsored content)
Which Countries Believe WWIII is Coming?
In every single country surveyed, the majority of respondents believed a global conflict would break out between superpowers in coming years
What Does 30 Years of Global Deforestation Look Like?
Deforestation over the last 30 years has led to a 177.5 million hectare reduction in world’s forests. See why these trends need to reverse swiftly in order to effectively manage climate change. (Sponsored Content)
Ranked: The World’s 20 Biggest Hedge Funds
This annual ranking shows the world’s largest hedge funds, which collectively hold an estimated $45 trillion in assets under management.
Disruptive Materials: Visualizing America’s Import Dependency
A handful of materials are increasingly crucial for the next generation of emerging technologies. But as the data shows, the U.S. is heavily reliant on foreign nations to supply these materials. (Sponsored)
The Rising Demand for Nature-based Climate Solutions
Carbon credits from nature-based solutions are in high demand as organizations look to shrink their carbon footprints.
Visualizing the Forest Funding Gap Relative to Emissions
Deforestation accounts for 10% of global CO2 emissions, yet receives just a small slice of climate funding. See why closing this funding gap is necessary to combat climate change. (Sponsored)
The Benefits of Reducing Methane Emissions
Methane emissions contribute to over half of net global warming. Where do the greatest opportunities lie for methane abatement?
Visualizing the Five Drivers of Forest Loss
Approximately 15 billion trees are cut down annually across the world. Here’s a look at the five major drivers of forest loss. (Sponsored)
Ranked: Top 10 Foreign Policy Concerns of Americans
As the world’s superpower, the U.S. has major influence in world events. Which foreign policy concerns stand out for Americans?
UK Prime Ministers with the Shortest Term Length
As Liz Truss becomes the shortest-serving prime minister in UK history, we look at other whirlwind tours of Number 10 Downing Street.
Top 20 Countries With the Most Ultra-Wealthy Individuals
Developing countries are creating wealth like never before, but the majority of the world’s ultra-wealthy people still live in the United States.
Ranked: The Top Cyberattacks Against Businesses
Recent research provides insight into the top cyberattacks that businesses faced in 2021. See the results in this infographic.
The Biggest Corporate Hacks of 2021
2021 saw an alarming rise in the frequency and sophistication of corporate hacks. View this infographic to learn more.
AWS: Powering the Internet and Amazon’s Profits
Amazon is best known for its sprawling ecommerce empire, but three-quarters of the company’s profits actually come from cloud computing.
Ranked: These Are 10 of the World’s Least Affordable Housing Markets
An analysis of 90+ major cities reveals which ones are the least affordable housing markets based on their price-to-income ratio.
Poll: Inflation is the Top Financial Concern for Americans
Many Americans are feeling the sting of inflation as everyday items like food and fuel have seen big price increases.
Visualizing Companies with the Most Patents Granted in 2021
Companies around the world invest billions in R&D to provide cutting-edge innovation to their products and services.
Russia Has Been Suspended From the UN Human Rights Council
Here’s how the global community voted on the resolution: In favor – 93 | Abstained – 58 | Against – 24
How Much Prime Real Estate Could You Buy for $1 Million?
Is $1 million enough to buy you a luxury home? As this infographic shows, the answer varies greatly from city to city.
U.S. Equity Funds Post Slower Inflows
With the Ukraine crisis unfolding and rising interest rates on the horizon, investors are moving out of U.S. equity funds.
DoorDash is Dominating the U.S. Food Delivery Market
This chart shows how DoorDash and Uber Eats have come to control over 75% of the U.S. food delivery market
Visualizing Apple’s Rise to the Top of the Gaming Business
In 2020, Apple generated an estimated $13.5 billion dollars in gaming revenue, despite the fact it doesn’t make any games or gaming consoles.
Visualizing Amazon’s Rising Shipping Costs
Amazon’s shipping costs have surged to over $150 billion – a number that has almost doubled since the start of the pandemic.
Comparing the Carbon Footprint of Transportation Options
What’s the lowest-carbon way to travel? Here’s how much CO2 different types of vehicles emit per passenger-kilometer.
The Number of EV Models Will Double by 2024
As legacy automakers transition to full electric, buyers in the U.S. can expect a wave of new EV models to arrive soon.
How Much Does it Cost to Host the Olympics?
Hosting the Olympics is an honor that comes with great financial responsibility. Here’s how much host cities have spent in recent times.
Visualizing the Biggest Gaming Company Acquisitions of All-Time
Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard was the biggest in history. Here we visualize the top 15 biggest gaming company acquisitions.
Which Global Risks Have Worsened During the Pandemic?
According to the World Economic Forum, the erosion of social cohesion is one of the risks that has worsened the most since COVID-19.
Seeing Red: Is the Heydey of Pandemic Stocks Over?
Worries over post-COVID demand and rising interest rates have fueled a market selloff, with pandemic stocks hit particularly hard.
How People Around the World Feel About Their Economic Prospects
In many of the world’s largest economies, including the U.S., Germany, and China, optimism around economic prospects sits at an all-time low.
The Accelerating Frequency of Extreme Weather
Extreme weather events, like droughts and heatwaves, have become more common over the years. But things are expected to get worse.
What’s Faster, Nature or Machine?
Ever wondered if an animal could outrun a modern car? This infographic puts the top speed of the world’s fastest animals into context.
The Top 10 Semiconductor Companies by Market Share
The global semiconductor shortage has affected several industries. Here’s a look at the 10 largest semiconductor companies by market share.
Who are the Longest Serving Active CEOs in the S&P 500?
Longer term serving CEOs are linked to superior stock price performance for the companies they oversee. Which CEOs are the longest serving today?
The Decline of Long-Term Investing
The average holding period of shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is now less than one year.
The Decline of U.S. Car Production
U.S. car production has been in a long-term downward trend since the 1970s. We examine some of the factors driving this trend.
U.S. Inflation: Which Categories Have Been Hit the Hardest?
The U.S. inflation rate has seen its fastest annual increase in over 30 years. Which consumer spending categories have been hit the hardest?
Visualizing Congestion at America’s Busiest Port
The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest port in America. It’s also at the center of a massive container backlog.
Charting the Continued Rise of Remote Jobs
Remote job postings are up nearly across the board, but a few key industries are have seen a significant shift over the last year.
Print Has Prevailed: The Staying Power of Physical Books
When e-books hit the mainstream in the early 2000s, many predicted they’d eventually make print books obsolete. So far, that prediction has not come true.
Comparing Tesla’s Spending on R&D and Marketing Per Car to Other Automakers
How much does Tesla spend on a per car basis on innovation and marketing, compared to more traditional automakers?
Visualizing the Fastest Trains in the World
Which country has the fastest trains in the world, and how fast can they go?
Ranked: The Top 10 Richest People on the Planet
Who are the world’s richest people, and just how much money do they have? From Elon Musk to Bernard Arnault, here are the top 10 richest.
Chart: 30 Years of Wildfires in America
Here’s a look at the number of wildfires in America that have occurred each year since 1990, and the acres of forest land scorched during that period.
Visualizing the Typical Atlantic Hurricane Season
While the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June to late November, about 85% of activity happens between August, September, and October.
How Genetically Similar Are We To Other Life Forms?
Humans are 99.9% genetically similar to one another, but what about other species? Here’s how genetically similar humans are to other life forms.
Ranked: The Fastest Growing Cities in Europe
By 2050, nearly 84% of Europe will live in urban areas. Which fastest growing cities in Europe are leading the way between 2020-2025?
How Many Hours Do Americans Lose to Traffic Congestion?
America’s major cities are some of the most traffic congested in the world. Click to find out which ones made the top 10.
Ranked: The World’s Fastest Growing Brands in 2021
Tesla takes the top spot as the fastest growing brand this year, while TikTok comes in second place.
What Does it Cost to Run Big Business?
Running a Fortune 500 company is a costly endeavor. In this chart, we compare the operating costs of America’s biggest names.
Ranked: The Fastest Growing Cities in the U.S.
Which U.S. cities are growing the fastest? Here are the 20 fastest growing cities in the U.S., based on projected population growth to 2025.
Which Countries Award the Highest Olympic Medal Bonus?
For Olympic athletes that place on the podium, some can expect a handsome medal bonus from their home countries—up to six figures’ worth.
U.S. Military Spending vs Other Top Countries
The U.S. is well known for its enormous defense budget, but how does it compare to the rest of the world’s military spending?
Tax-to-GDP Ratio: Comparing Tax Systems Around the World
Using the tax-to-GDP ratio, we compare the tax systems of 35 OECD countries. See which nations have the highest and lowest rates.
1.6 Billion Disposable Masks Entered Our Oceans in 2020
1.6 billion face masks entered our oceans in 2020, representing 5,500 tons of plastic pollution.
Olympics 2021: Comparing Every Sports Ball
Here are the different sizes and weights of each Olympic sports ball used in the Tokyo Olympics.
Top 50 Companies Proportion of World GDP
The world’s top 50 companies are becoming more valuable, especially compared to global GDP.
3 Companies Now Make Up 50% of U.S. Ad Revenues
The U.S. ad space is dominated by the ad triopoly of Amazon, Facebook, and Google. Together, they make up over half of the $225 billion in ad spend.
Ranked: The Revenue Impact of U.S. Tax Hikes
President Biden is set to inject trillions into the economy through higher taxes. Here’s how the tax hikes compares to historic U.S. tax increases.
Visualizing U.S. Household Debt, by Generation
The majority of U.S. households saw debts rise in 2020. This data looks at the growth in household debt and the existing debt pile, by generation
China Displaces U.S. as the EU’s Largest Trade Partner
China has spearheaded its economy towards a global superpower, and as a result, has overtaken the U.S. as the EUs top trade partner
The Global Chip Shortage Impact on American Automakers
As the global chip shortage causes delays in automotive production, what models and manufacturers are being hit the hardest?
Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources is Now Cheaper than Ever
The cost of electricity from solar PV plants has decreased by 90% since 2009, highlighting the rapidly changing economics of electricity production.
The Biggest Political Spenders and Donators in America, By Generation
When it comes to political donations in America, the Silent Generation (age 76+) and Baby Boomers (age 57-75) fork out the most cash.
The Staggering Numbers Behind the Online Betting Industry
The global online and sports betting industry is expanding rapidly due to loosening regulation and the growing digitization of the world.
Visualizing the World’s Population by Age Group
33% of the world’s population is under 20, making young people the largest demographic worldwide. But this might not be the case forever.
Euro 2020: Qualified Nations and Past Winners
After a year-long delay, the 2020 UEFA European Championship is back with new rules, reduced spectators, and fierce competition.
COVID-19 Vaccine Prices: Comparing the U.S. and EU
Compared to America, the EU has paid significantly less for a range of COVID-19 vaccines. Here’s a look at vaccine prices in each region.
Here’s Where the World’s Plastic Waste Will End Up, by 2050
By 2050, about 37% of all the world’s plastic waste is expected to end up in our landfills or in the natural environment.
Amazon’s Most Notable Acquisitions to Date
Amazon just announced its plan to acquire MGM Studios—one of the tech giant’s largest acquisitions to date.
France’s Bernard Arnault Becomes the World’s Richest Person
Step aside Bezos and Musk, at least for the time being. Bernard Arnault, the French luxury tycoon, is the world’s richest person with $186.3 billion in net worth.
The Bitcoin Crash of 2021 Compared to Past Sell-Offs
Bitcoin’s price dropped over 50% from its all-time highs in its latest correction. But how does this drop compare with those of the past?
The Data Behind America’s H-1B Visa Program
This infographic covers all the key charts and data for the H1-B visa, which grants foreign skilled workers employment in the U.S.
The State of Household Debt in America
Since 2003, U.S. household debt has doubled to over $14.5 trillion. We break down the components of this colossal figure.
White Hot North: Residential Real Estate Investment in Canada
Canada’s housing market is booming. Residential real estate investment currently makes up 9.4% of the country’s GDP, more than ever before.
Ranked: The Top 10 Football Clubs by Market Value
In football, there’s a lot on the line both on and off the pitch. The top 10 clubs hold a combined value of $36 billion.
Europe Leads in EV Sales, but for How Long?
Europe was the global leader in EV sales for the first time in 2020, surpassing China by a thin margin of just 60,000 cars.
The Most Significant Cyber Attacks from 2006-2020, by Country
Cyber crime is expected to cost the global economy trillions per year by 2025. Here are the countries with the most severe cyber attacks from 2006-2020.
How Does the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Invest Its Money?
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is funded by a trust that has a portfolio value of over $25 billion. Here’s how it invests its assets.
How Media Consumption Has Changed Over the Last Decade (2011-2021)
The media consumption landscape in 2021 is shifting. Time spent on media continues to spike, with mobile challenging for the top spot
Electric Vehicle Prices Fall as Battery Technology Improves
Declining battery costs are making electric vehicle prices more competitve. By 2023, EV prices could be on par with similar gas-powered vehicles.
Mapped: The 25 Richest Countries in the World
Which countries have the highest GDP per capita? This map breaks down the top 25 richest countries in the world.
Mapped: The 25 Poorest Countries in the World
Which countries have the lowest GDP per capita? This map looks at the 25 poorest countries in the world in terms of GDP per capita.
Top Smartphone Brands, By Global Sales
Worldwide smartphone sales decreased by 12% in 2020, but sales are expected to bounce back this year. Will Samsung remain the top dog?
Here’s What $1,000 Invested in Vaccine Stocks Would Be Worth Now
Ever wonder what you would have gotten if you invested $1,000 into the different vaccine stocks at the start of the pandemic?
Bitcoin is the Fastest Asset to Reach a $1 Trillion Market Cap
Bitcoin is now part of a select very few assets that hold a market cap greater than $1 trillion. How long did it take to get there?
What The Data Says About Wealth Inequality
Over the past decade, the top 1% of U.S. households’ portion of wealth has gone from 28.6% to 31.2%.
The World’s Top 10 Hedge Fund Managers by Earnings
Hedge fund managers are often seen as the titans of Wall Street. Who are the top 10 hedge fund managers by earnings?
Visualizing Earth’s Global Ice Loss Between 1994-2017
In just over two decades, the planet has seen 28 trillion tonnes in global ice loss. 58% of this ice loss occurred in the Northern Hemisphere.
Coinbase Experiences Brisk User Growth Ahead of IPO
Coinbase, America’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, saw a 117% growth in transacting users from Q4 2020 to Q1 2021.
The Ballooning Valuations In Private Equity Deals
The last decade has witnessed an avalanche of investor capital gravitating towards private equity, along with much richer deal valuations.
In One Chart: Two Decades of Stock Ownership in America
In 2020, approximately 55% of Americans owned some form of stock. That’s 5 percentage points lower than U.S. stock ownership in 2000.
Purchasing Power of the U.S. Dollar Over Time
$1 in 1913 had the same purchasing power as $26 in 2020. This chart shows how the purchasing power of the dollar has changed over time.
Why the Market is Thinking About Bitcoin Differently
Today’s bitcoin holders are increasingly focused on the long term, compared to the past. Here’s how bitcoin investor behavior has evolved over time.
How Much Does Big Tech Make Every Minute?
Big Tech just keeps on getting bigger. How much do the FAATMAN companies generate in revenues per minute?
A Decade of NBA Profit: How Did the League Fare in 2020?
How did the NBA fare amid the pandemic? Average NBA team operating profit fell by 11.4% in the 2019-2020 season, but team values still grew 4% this year.
Visualizing the Most Used Languages on the Internet
The internet is a truly global phenomenon, but a handful of languages dominate the digital world. Over 60% of the top 10 million webpages feature content written in English.
Suez Canal: Critical Waterway Comes to a Halt
The Suez Canal is an important waterway, connecting trade between Asia and Europe. Here are the details surrounding its blockage.
Visualized: the World’s Deadliest Pandemics by Population Impact
During its heyday, the Black Death wiped out roughly 50% of the world’s population—making it one of the deadliest pandemics to date.
The Top 20 Countries for Ultra High Net Worth Individuals
Despite a volatile 2020, the global ultra high net worth (UHNW) population increased by 2.4%, reaching an all-time high of 521,653.
One Year In: Did People Save More or Less During the Pandemic?
Were people more frugal during the pandemic or did they break the bank? This visual assesses the saving rates across different countries.
One Year In: Air Travel Plummeted During the COVID-19 Pandemic
In spring 2020, roughly two-thirds of the world’s passenger jets were grounded. Here’s how things have rebounded since the onset of the pandemic.
One Year In: How the Pandemic Impacted Employment Around the World
The pandemic has impacted employment greatly. This visual reveals how its effects have led to losses in hours worked by global workers in 2020.
One Year In: Data Usage Surged During Pandemic
Data usage across America peaked in April 2020, but reached relatively normal levels by the end of the year.
Institutional Crypto Trading on Coinbase Reaches Record Volume
Coinbase’s institutional crypto trading volume has set new highs as the company prepares for its direct listing on the Nasdaq.
Only a Fraction of U.S. IPOs Have Female Founders
Since 2013, only about 18 companies in the U.S. that went public had a female founder and CEO. That’s less than 1%.
Ranked: The Performance of Restaurant Stocks on the NYSE
Restaurants are increasingly digitally driven, and this shift can be seen in the recent performance of the 18 restaurant stocks on the NYSE.
Charted: Money Can Buy Happiness After All
We’ve heard that money can only buy happiness up to a certain point. But a new study suggests cut-off may be a lot higher than we thought.
Visualizing Net Worth by Age in America
How much is the average American worth at different ages? This chart reveals the average net worth by age in the U.S.
Ranked: The World’s Least Affordable Cities to Buy a Home
For the 10th consecutive year, Hong Kong ranks as the least affordable city. Vancouver Canada is the second, followed by Sydney, Australia.
Chart: The 20 Top Stocks of 2020 by Price Return
Only a handful of companies thrived in the face of the pandemic. Which of these emerged to become the 20 top stocks of 2020?
Why Branch Banking is Dying in America
Over the last decade, U.S. bank locations have closed down at an alarming rate. Are we nearing the end of branch banking?
The 10 Largest U.S. Tech IPOs in History
The IPOs of Airbnb, DoorDash, and Snowflake raised over $3 billion each, securing them all a spot on the top 10 list of U.S. tech IPOs.
The 10 Most Heavily-Shorted Stocks of January 2021
Short sellers have their eye on a number of companies that are struggling to attract business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Rising Cost of College in the U.S.
Since 1980, the average cost of college has risen by 1200%. This chart compares the inflation in college tuition with overall inflation.
Which Countries Gained (and Lost) the Most Millionaires in 2020?
How did COVID-19 impact the world’s millionaires in 2020? Overall, the world gained 5,632,000 millionaires, with many of them being from America.
Electric Vehicles Drive up Metals Demand
Battery-related metals such as nickel, copper, and lithium are expected to see their EV-related demand surge in the coming years.
Ranked: The Countries with the Most Linguistic Diversity
Thousands of languages are spoken globally, but they aren’t evenly dispersed. Here’s a look at countries with the most linguistic diversity.
Visualizing Gold ETFs’ Record Inflows of 2020
Gold ETFs saw record inflows in 2020. Making up two-thirds of investment demand, gold ETFs play a key role in gold markets.
The U.S. Share of the Global Economy Over Time
As of 2019, the U.S. made up almost a quarter of the global economy. This chart shows how the U.S. Share of the global GDP has changed over time.
America’s Most Responsible Companies in 2021
Which American companies are leading the way when it comes to corporate responsibility? Here’s a look at 2021’s most responsible companies.
Comparing Bitcoin’s Market Cap to Other Cryptocurrencies
Here’s a look at Bitcoin’s market cap versus other cryptocurrencies, and why it’s more valuable than its industry peers.
Risk On: $45 Billion Injected Into Stock Market Funds In One Week
Investor optimism regarding vaccine news and the U.S. presidential election has led to record breaking inflows into the stock market.
Elon Musk is the World’s Richest Person in 2021
This year is touted as a year of change—and just six days in, there’s already a new world’s richest person in 2021: Elon Musk.
Visualizing Nintendo’s Handheld vs. Home Console Sales
Nintendo has always had handheld and home consoles, but which have sold best? Handheld consoles have outperformed for Nintendo so far.
Why Investors Are Psyched About Psychedelic Stocks
As medical research around psychedelics grows, psychedelic stocks are stirring up interest. These stocks had an average return of 272% in 2020.
The Top Import for Each Country: Asia
What are the top imports across Asia? Petroleum is the most popular import, followed by vehicles and electronic integrated circuits.
Return of the SPAC: They’re Back and Bigger than Ever
SPACs have raised more capital in 2020 than in the last 10 years combined. Here’s a look at their growth in the last decade.
The Rich Got Richer During COVID-19. Here’s How American Billionaires Performed
The net worth of some American Billionaires has grown substantially since the COVID-19 market bottom. Here’s how much their fortunes grew.
The World’s Largest Shipping Hubs
The largest shipping hubs have gotten bigger and busier. Here’s a look at how the global landscape has evolved over the past 15 years.
Equity Purchases by the Bank of Japan Reach a New Milestone
The Bank of Japan continues to be the only central bank that purchases equity securities, and it now holds $434 billion of Japanese stocks.
Snapchat: The Most Popular Social Media Among U.S. Teens
In today’s competitive social media landscape, Snapchat is #1 with American teens, but TikTok is quickly closing the gap.
The Top Import for Each Country: The Americas
What are the most popular imports across the Americas? Petroleum is number one, followed by vehicles and ships.
What Issues Do Values-Driven Investors Care About?
While values-driven investing is popular across the board, different age groups want different issues addressed in their portfolios.
High Wage vs. Low Wage: Comparing Economic Recovery in America
The current recession is the most unequal in modern history, with employment rates diverging greatly between high versus low wage workers.
How Big is the Global Mobile Gaming Industry?
Over half of the gaming industry’s revenue was generated by mobile gaming in 2020. Here’s a look at mobile gaming’s growth over the years.
The World’s Top 10 Most Spoken Languages
While English is the world’s most spoken language, it has fewer native speakers than either Mandarin Chinese or Spanish.
Which Industry Boasts the Most Billionaire Wealth?
After the coronavirus-related market crash in early 2020, billionaires across every sector saw a double-digit increase in wealth.
Tesla Bears: A Short Short Story
Tesla has gained infamy for the sheer depth of short seller activity on its stock. After years of 20% of shares short, the 2020 rally has led to capitulation for Tesla bears.
‘Tis the Season: U.S. Holiday Spending Projected to Reach All-Time High in 2020
U.S. holiday spending is expected to reach an all-time high of up to $767 billion this holiday season. See how this compares to past years.
Tesla Set to Become a Top 10 Company in the S&P 500
When Tesla enters the S&P 500, the company will immediately be one of the top 10 largest by market capitalization.
Ranked: The Top 10 Most Valuable Real Estate Cities in America
When it comes to real estate value in the U.S., 5 of the top 10 most valuable cities are in the state of California.
On the Decline: A Look at Earth’s Biodiversity Loss, By Region
Earth’s biodiversity has seen a significant drop over the last few decades. But the rate of biodiversity loss differs from region to region.
Over Half of U.S. Young Adults Now Live With Their Parents
Today 52% of young adults aged 18-29 live with their parents. Economic and societal factors have played a part in addition to the COVID-19.
Ranked: The Top 10 Strongest Nation Brands
Each year, Brand Finance measures the value and strength of nations around the world. Here’s a look at the strongest nation brands in 2020.
Sorry, You’re on Mute: The Top Challenges of Working From Home
While a majority of remote workers have been enjoying the flexibility of working from home, it hasn’t come without its challenges.
Trust in TV News Media Continues its Steep Decline in the U.S.
Over the years, Americans have become increasingly skeptical of TV news—currently, 49% of Americans have little or no trust. But why?
The Soaring Value of Intangible Assets in the S&P 500
Intangible assets have increased as a portion of total assets in the S&P 500 for 45 years. Today they represent 90% of all assets.
On the Rise: 2019 Set a Record for New Female-Led Unicorns
More female-led companies achieved unicorn-status in 2019 than ever before. But there’s still work to do before the gender gap is closed.
Ranked: The Top 10 Global Cities, by Ultra-Wealthy Population
Where do the world’s ultra-wealthy people live? Here are the top 10 cities, by number of ultra-high net worth individuals.
A Historical Divide: A 160-Year View of the Gold-Oil Ratio
The gold-oil ratio, which historically hovers between 10:1 and 30:1, has spiked to unprecidented highs due to COVID-19 and other factors.
Which Countries Have the Most Internet Users?
When it comes to internet users, some of the largest digital communities across the globe still hold massive amounts of untapped potential.
Which Companies Currently Dominate the U.S. Ecommerce Market?
Amazon dominates the U.S. ecommerce market. By the end of 2020, the tech giant is expected to make up 39% of total U.S. ecommerce sales.
The World’s 10 Largest Stock Markets
The world’s stock market exchanges have a combined market cap of $89.5 trillion, with American exchanges making up all most half that value.
The Majority of Advertising Dollars are Now Being Spent Online
Internet advertising has shown steady growth in the last decade. By 2024, it’s projected to capture 60% of total ad spend in the United States.
Beijing Bounces Back: China Posts Positive Q3 Growth Numbers
China’s economy took a massive hit in 2020 because of COVID-19, but Q2 2020 showed a speedy recovery. Here’s how the country fared in Q3.
The Top Struggles of Remote Workers
Despite the many benefits of working from home, remote workers have their own set of challenges. Here are the top struggles remote workers face.
How Amazon Makes Its Money
In 2019, Amazon generated $281 billion in total revenue—but where does all this revenue come from? Here’s a breakdown of how Amazon makes its money.