Category: Finance & Money Infographics
Marijuana penny stocks are flying high, many of them reaching bloated valuations. While legalized marijuana has plenty of benefits, profiting from dramatically over-valued financial train wrecks of companies will not be one of them. This pot penny stocks infographic takes a look at this issue in more detail.
Taxes can be a pain, especially for small businesses. Check out this infographic presented by Masters-in-Accounting.org to learn about how to deal with taxes properly.
Have you ever wondered how exponential growth could help you retire sooner? Find out with the following infographic presented by Accounting-Degree.org.
As a result of the recession, the U.S. has seen a significant increase in the amount of young adults moving back home to live with their parents after graduation. But despite these facts, very real solutions exist that can help those individuals looking for a way to move out of their parents’ basement and into their first homes.
Sixty-five percent of Americans believe the distance between wealthy and poor has increased in the last three years.Take a look at this infographic by Business-Management-Degree.net to learn more about the income divide in America.
If you have a credit card, using it is probably just a normal part of your everyday life. But how much do you really know about that little strip of plastic in your wallet? Ever heard of a Luhn algorithm? Any idea why that hologram is there? Or the real need for the CSV number?
After a recent spike in credit card theft in the United States, Congress is abandoning unsecure traditional payment methods for “smart card” technology. Although these more advanced credit cards may be new to the United States, they have existed in other international markets for more than twenty years!
Have you ever thought about where money comes from and why it is so valuable? Check out the following infographic presented by BuddyLoans.com to learn about the history of money and why we value it.
The folks at InvestingTips360 have created this infographic based on data from the 2014 Forbes Billionaire List. Check out the facts, figures, winners, and losers from the past year.
Budgeting can be a very difficult process for some. Check out the following infographic presented by MoneyChoice.org that highlights common money mistakes and how to avoid them.
How many loyalty points would it take to buy all your groceries, eat all your meals in restaurants, or clothe yourself for a month, six months, or even a full 365 days? It turns out that a loyalty points and miles can keep you in many of life’s essentials, and even get you a few luxuries. This interesting infographic from Points.com looks at the possibility on living on loyalty rewards.
For many small businesses suffering from cash flow problems, getting access to finance is like a race against time. If they aren’t able to get access to cash, it might mean they are downing their shutters. To make sure this doesn’t happen, it’s advisable that businesses not choose traditional financing avenues that are often long winded, time consuming and complex. Instead choosing non-traditional forms of financing make better sense, and one such option is ‘accounts receivable factoring’.
Before Leo stole our hearts in “The Wolf of Wall Street” these men were making ridiculous amounts of money trading stocks on Wall Street. Bulls on Wall Street has put together some information on how they worked their way to the top, and what “the top” means in terms of cold hard cash.
The online trading academy has created a list of mistakes that most investors and traders make when they file their taxes. When filing their taxes they always have special challenges that they are faced with and these mistakes are common. The list of mistakes below are from an affiliate of trading academy called Tax Pros. View the infographic below to learn the top 10 mistakes you as an investor or trader need to be aware of.