Posts Tagged ‘visualizing’

Visualizing Wealth Distribution In America (1990-2023)

Wealth distribution in America has become increasingly concentrated since 1990. Today, the share of wealth held by the richest 0.1% is currently at its peak, with households in the highest rung having a minimum of $38 million in wealth. Overall, roughly 131,000 households fall into this elite wealth bracket. This graphic, via Visual Capitalist’s Marcus Lu, charts patterns in […]

Visualizing EV Market Share In The US

Electric vehicles are a fast growing segment in the U.S., but how much market share have they taken from traditional gasoline cars? According to recent data from the U.S. Department of Energy, not much. In this graphic, Visual Capitalist’s Marcus Lu and Sabrina Lam visualize light-duty vehicle registrations in 2022, broken out by fuel type. It […]

Visualizing The Expansion Of The Shanghai Cooperation Organization

China has actively pursued the expansion of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), a Eurasian political, economic, and international security entity. Established in 2001 by Russia, China, and former Soviet states, the organization serves as a counterbalance to Western influence in the region. Visual Capitalist’s Bruno Venditti and Sabrina Fortin created the chart below, using data […]

Visualizing The R&D Investment Of The 10 Biggest Nasdaq Companies

Visualizing The R&D Investment Of The 10 Biggest Nasdaq Companies Over the last decade, Apple’s research and development (R&D) spending has jumped from about $3 billion to over $26 billion. The world’s largest company, like other tech giants, is investing heavily in R&D on the heels of AI disruption and the rapid speed of innovation. As these […]

Visualizing Google’s Search Engine Market Share

Visualizing Google’s Search Engine Market Share Google is ubiquitous in the daily lives of billions of people around the world, with leading positions in online search, maps, and other services. In fact, as Visual Capitalist’s Marcus Lu notes, Google’s dominance is so far-reaching, it has led the U.S. Justice Department to launch a civil antitrust […]

Visualizing The 25 Best Stocks By Shareholder Wealth Creation Since 1926

Visualizing The 25 Best Stocks By Shareholder Wealth Creation Since 1926 Out of 28,114 publicly-listed U.S. companies analyzed over the last century, the 25 best stocks have created nearly a third of all shareholder wealth. Put another way, as Visual Capitalist’s Jenna Ross and Joyce Ma detail below, just 0.1% of stocks have added over $17.6 trillion […]

Visualizing America’s 1 Billion Square Feet Of Empty Office Space

In April, one of America’s largest office owners, Brookfield, defaulted on a $161 million loan. The loan, covering 12 office buildings, was mainly concentrated in the Washington, D.C. market. Faced with low occupancy rates, it joined other office giants Blackstone and WeWork defaulting on office debt this year. As Visual Capitalist’s Dorothy Neufeld shows in the graphic […]

Visualizing The Changing World Population, By Country

The world’s population, which now stands at a whopping 8 billion, has more than tripled since the mid-20th century. Source

Listen: Visualizing a feeling

Nora Barrows-Friedman The Electronic Intifada Podcast 6 October 2017 “Asserting your own identity through your work and telling your own stories is the most important thing you can do for yourself,” graphic novelist and video game designer Iasmin Omar Ata tells The Electronic Intifada Podcast’s contributor, Marguerite Dabaie, in a conversation about art, identity, politics […]

Visualizing The Evolution Of The American Economy Over The Past 50 Years

The American economy and the industries that power it have experienced fascinating change over the last half century. An interesting way to track that change is by following the largest, most powerful companies in the United States has they make their way up and down the annual Fortune 500 list. Slant Marketing has […]

Visualizing The Collapse Of The Middle Class In 20 Major U.S. Cities

When future historians look back at the beginning of the 21st century, they’ll note that we grappled with many big issues. They’ll write about the battle between nationalism and globalism, soaring global debt, a dysfunctional healthcare system, societal concerns around automation and AI, and pushback on immigration. They will also note the growing number […]

Is Assisted Suicide Part of NWO Agenda?

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Visualizing What $1.2 Trillion In Secret Fed Bailouts To The Banking Kleptocracy Looks Like

Zero Hedge Aug 22, 2011 While Bloomberg has done a tremendous job of digging through 29,346 pages of FOIA data, its discovery is not at all surprising: that Wall Street’s (not to mention the rest of the world’s) biggest banks received a total of $1.2 trillion in previously secret Fed loans, in addition to the trillions […]

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