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A founder of Visual Capitalist, Jeff holds a BCom from the Sauder School of Business at UBC. Jeff believes that a fusion of information and design can bring investors unique insight in a way that has never been done before. Originally hailing from Penticton, BC, Jeff is also an avid traveller, ... more

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China’s Economy: 40 Years Of Soaring Exports
China has the second-highest GDP in the world, and it exports 15% of all the world’s goods. But how did this come to be?
The Biggest Business Risks In 2021
We live in an increasingly volatile world, where change is the only constant.
RCEP Explained: The World’s Biggest Trading Bloc Will Soon Be In Asia-Pacific
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is officially the biggest trade bloc in history. But there is still some work to do to bring the trade agreement into full effect.
The Biggest Companies In The World In 2021
Here are the world’s biggest businesses by market capitalization, as well as the countries and sectors they are from.
A Global Perspective: The Possibilities In International Equity Investing
It’s widely understood that investors tend to prefer investing in their home country instead of taking a more global perspective, a behavior known as home bias.
HH A Map Of The Online World In Incredible Detail
The internet is intangible, and because you can’t see it, it can be hard to comprehend its sheer vastness.This map highlights thousands of the world’s most popular websites by visualizing them as “countries.”
Visualizing 50 Years Of Global Steel Production
From the bronze age to the iron age, metals have defined eras of human history. If our current era had to be defined similarly, it would undoubtedly be known as the steel age.
Visualizing The Snowball Of Government Debt
Government debt is often analyzed through the debt-to-GDP metric because it contextualizes an otherwise massive number.
Amazon’s Most Notable Acquisitions To Date
Big Tech just keeps getting bigger.
Ranked: The World’s 25 Richest Millennial Billionaires
There are 2,755 billionaires globally—and combined, they are worth over $13 trillion.
The Uses Of Corn: Industries Affected By High Corn Prices
Corn or maize is the second most-produced crop in the world, and it’s more than just a staple in our diets.
Visualizing The Sustainable ETF Universe
Sustainable ETFs—baskets of investments that focus on environmental, social and governance issues—account for roughly 5% of the entire ETF universe.
Box Office Blockbusters: Top Grossing Movies And The Companies Behind Them
27 of the 50 top-grossing films were originally released by Disney, making it the top distributor. Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures tie for second with 8 blockbusters apiece.
EC The Bitcoin Crash Of 2021 Compared To Past Sell-Offs
It’s far too early to draw any conclusions from bitcoin’s latest drop despite 30-40% pullbacks being common pit stops across bitcoin’s various bull runs.
Which U.S. Generation Wields The Most Economic Power?
In our inaugural Generational Power Index (GPI) 2021, we’ve ranked generations on how much power and influence they hold in American society. And when it comes to money and economic power, Baby Boomers are very influential.
The State Of Household Debt In America
U.S. household debt stands at $14.56 trillion and has doubled since 2003.
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