Finance & Money Infographics

Why Gold is a Good Bet Against Inflation

Why Gold is a Good Bet Against Inflation

Alas, it appears that we are entering a bear (or down) stock market. This could really wreak havoc on your investments and finances. That’s why it may be a good time to consider gold as an investment hedge against inflation. Learn more on this in the following infographic.

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A Look at the Financial War

A Look at the Financial War

The Russia / Ukraine conflict is a battle not just with the military. Learn more about the financial war happening with sanctions, banks, and cryptocurrency in the visual deep dive below, courtesy of the United States Gold Bureau.

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Love and Debt Survey: Are Men Willing to Go in Debt for Love?

Love and Debt Survey: Are Men Willing to Go in Debt for Love?

They say that money can’t buy love but it sure does influence romantic relationships. Credello conducted a survey this month with 600 Americans on love and money, ages 18 to 44-years-old, and the results reveal that dating and finances can get complicated. The survey reveals surprising facts which are visualized in the following infographic.

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Using Real Estate Against Inflation

Using Real Estate Against Inflation

The rapid rise of inflation cannot be ignored – so how do we keep up? Learn more about how to invest in real estate to stem the tide of increasing inflation in the infographic below, courtesy of LuxurySoCalRealty.

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Credit Scores: Everything You Need to Know

Credit Scores: Everything You Need to Know

Credit scores are key when you are looking to apply for different types of credit such as a credit card, loans and a mortgage. A bad credit score can limit your opportunity for credit. Capital One has created the following infographic to provide a quick guide to credit scores.

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Why is Inflation So High?

Why is Inflation So High?

Inflation has hit a record high lately – at 6.8%, it’s at the highest it has been in the last 30 years. What drives inflation and why is it so high? Learn more in the following infographic, courtesy of Expensivity.

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How Many Coins Has the U.S. Mint Produced Over the Past 100 Years?

How Many Coins Has the U.S. Mint Produced Over the Past 100 Years?

The U.S. Mint has been producing coins since the creation of the first mint in Philadelphia in 1792. In the last 100 years alone, the U.S. Mint has created more than 816 billion coins worth $169.5 billion. The following graphic from WizardPins breaks down U.S. Mint coin production over the last one hundred years.

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Second Mortgages: Everything You Need to Know

Second Mortgages: Everything You Need to Know

Thinking about taking a second mortgage loan on your home?  A second mortgage loan can be a bit confusing, however, the folks at SPVMortgages.co.uk have simplified the basics of the second mortgage in the following visual.

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Expanding Access to Credit With Alternative Data

Expanding Access to Credit With Alternative Data

It’s an unfair game to so many people that either have thin credit or lack the information needed for traditional credit reports. Fear not, for there is hope – Equifax is developing methods to expand access to credit using alternative data to help consumers with thin credit profiles or those who are credit invisible. Learn more in the following infographic.

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How to Get Your First Credit Card

How to Get Your First Credit Card

Having a credit card can have its perks and advantages. If you’re looking to get your first credit card, this visual guide will show you how to get started with your credit card application process and give you surefire tips for successfully getting your first card.

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