Our most famous visualization, updated for 2020 to show all global debt, wealth, money, and assets in one massive and mind-bending chart.
Here's where the world's ultra-rich (>$30 million in assets) live, and also how the landscape is projected to change over the coming years.
The biggest state fortunes range from $0.3 billion to $117.1 billion (Jeff Bezos). See the wealthiest person in every U.S. state on this map.
In the second part of the Silver Series, we show that the supply and demand fundamentals are potentially shaping up for a perfect storm in silver...
There is $360.6 trillion of wealth globally. This graphic shows how it breaks down by country, to show who owns all of the world's wealth.
Bill Gates is the world's wealthiest person again, with a fortune of $110 billion. This short animation helps visualize the extent of this wealth.
Here are the reserve currencies that the world's central banks hold onto for a rainy day.
Last year, the global banking industry cashed in an impressive $1.36 trillion in profits. Here's where they made their money, and how it breaks down.
Gold has been used as money for millennia. People often attribute this to beauty, but there are basic physical properties for why gold is money.
For the world's wealthiest self-made billionaires, how long did it take to earn the very first $1 million of their vast fortunes?