Category: Finance & Money Infographics

Self-Directed IRA Rules Every Investor Should Know

Self-Directed IRA Rules Every Investor Should Know

January 23, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

The IRS continually updates and amends its rules and regulations for Self-Directed IRAs. This infographic outlines and explains important IRS rules that every Self-Directed IRA investor should know. Learn about allowable and excluded investments, prohibited transactions, disqualified persons and more.

3 Ways Your Business Will Benefit from an Integrated Payment System

3 Ways Your Business Will Benefit from an Integrated Payment System

January 23, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Whether you operate a restaurant, coffee shop, retail store, or bar, an integrated payment system is crucial to your business’s future success. Accepting credit cards is far more than a simple payment transaction. POS systems are now integrated with fast and reliable payment processing services, which means you can now streamline operations, manage front and back end operations more efficiently and improve customer loyalty.

Living Large On America’s Student Loan Debt

Living Large On America’s Student Loan Debt

January 8, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

The total amount of federal student loans yet to be repaid is nearly $1.1 trillion. This infographic from the folks at Debt.com shows what you could buy if everyone in the nation collectively owed you $1 trillion.

Profiting from World Events in 2014

Profiting from World Events in 2014

January 6, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

With sweeping healthcare reform, rising political tensions, and dropping oil prices, 2014 was a busy year. For investors with a eye on these trends it could have also been a very profitable year. The team at Motif Investing have put together the following infographic featuring some of 2014′s most controversial and profitable investing ideas.

Beginner’s Guide to Binary Options Trading

Beginner’s Guide to Binary Options Trading

December 30, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

This infographic takes a look at Controlled Risk – the main feature of binary options is that the trader knows how much he can lose or win on any of the options before the transaction; High Profitability – you may double the amount of your investment costs in just a minute; and Simplicity – because the amount of payments for binary options depends largely on the direction of change of the price of the asset, profit requires less detailed information about the asset.

Life Insurance 101

Life Insurance 101

December 22, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

How much do you know about life insurance? This infographic helps to break down the important aspects of life insurance that you should know.

Virtual Currencies: The Future Of Payments?

Virtual Currencies: The Future Of Payments?

November 21, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Bitcoin typically garners most of the coverage in the mass-media when it comes to virtual currency, in part because it was the first fully implemented currency of its kind. It has also become the largest virtual currency in terms of total market value. What follows are just a few of the front runners in the industry, along with data on when they were created, their market cap, some vendors accepting them, and more.

Understanding Option Trading

Understanding Option Trading

November 10, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

In trading, an option provides the owner the right to buy or sell an asset at a pre-determined price before or on a certain date. This infographic from Steady Options has been designed to make it easier for you to understand option trade.

Bankruptcy in America

Bankruptcy in America

October 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

With the Affordable Care Act in full effect, many analysts question whether the new health reform law can remedy this alarming trend of outstanding medical debt. While it’s still too soon to accurately predict the long-term effects of ACA, new research suggests its implementation could nudge the country in the right direction, thanks in part to the termination of annual and lifetime spending caps.

Men vs Women: Do They Manage Money Differently

Men vs Women: Do They Manage Money Differently

October 28, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

It’s not news that men and women differ in many ways. From the way we dress to the thought processes we have when making a decision, we are just different! What isn’t so clear, however, is which gender manages their finances the most responsibly. While fewer men then women admit to carrying a credit card balance, fewer women than men admit to taking out a cash advance, which is a very costly decision.

Crowdfunding: Where Will We Go From Here?

Crowdfunding: Where Will We Go From Here?

October 27, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

The folks at BusinessProfiles.com created this insightful infographic showcasing the growth of crowdfunding and its impact on our global economy, as well as what is expected to come in the future.

US Bankruptcy Facts & Figures

US Bankruptcy Facts & Figures

October 21, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Were you aware that the majority (two-thirds) of bankruptcies filed in the US were by married couples? Or that the majority of bankruptcy filers are actually employed? The statistics and demographics behind the people who file bankruptcies in the US may surprise you.

A Look Inside the Venture Capital Industry

A Look Inside the Venture Capital Industry

October 20, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Venture Capital is one of those things that’s often discussed, but maybe not completely understood. You’ll often hear about a company being “venture backed” or famous venture capital firms that make hugely profitable investments in things like Facebook. It’s rare, though, to see a breakdown of how the venture capital industry actually works.

Retirement Investing: Stock Market vs. Real Estate

Retirement Investing: Stock Market vs. Real Estate

October 2, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Investing in real estate through a self-directed IRA is a great way to get long-term consistent growth for your retirement account. Real estate is a much more stable approach to investing, and help create a hedge against significant losses, which many investors experienced during the stock market crash of 2008.