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Visualize: The Illusion Of Choice

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They know what’s best for you.. 232 media executives control the information dies of 277 million Americans. In the United States six corporations (General Electric, News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, CBS) control 90% of the media.

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VISUALIZE: Food Stamp Nation

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America has over 46 million people on Food Stamps. The food stamps program’s real name is Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The Food Stamp program is “hidden” from view through Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Cards that work just as credit cards. This article visualizes the size of the program and the vast amounts of people participating.

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VISUALIZE: The U.S.A. vs. China

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These giants boast the world’s largest economies and active militaries with their decisions influencing politics at a global level. Despite a massive trade agreement and many diplomatic meetings, the two nations struggle to maintain the semblance of a civil relationship. from zerohedge.com: As pressure mounts from US leaders, China remains unfazed, coolly growing its military and economy. Master-of-Finance-Degrees provides the ...

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Visualize: Barclays LIBOR Scandal (Infographic)

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Since (at least) 2005, Barclay’s has been manipulating LIBOR, and their traders have been allegedly pocketing $40MM A DAY betting on interest rate derivatives. If the LIBOR, one of the most fundamental metrics of our banking system can be rigged, can you imagine what other elements of our financial system are a fraud? from healthcareadministration.com: CLICK IMAGE FOR A LARGER ...

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Visualize: Shopping Cart Abandonment Statistics

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from invesp.com: CLICK IMAGE FOR A LARGER VIEW Keep on reading @ invesp.com

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Visualize: The Big Silver Picture

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Warning: Monster Ag infographic ahead. It amazes, the amount of Ag specific content Chris Duane of Don’t Tread on Me  puts out in a week. Enjoy the latest from silver artist and guru C.D.   CLICK IMAGE FOR A MONSTER VIEW Much more @ Don’t Tread on Me and @

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Visualize: A Peek Inside Online Retailers’ Warehouses

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from businessinsurance.org: CLICK IMAGE FOR A LARGER VIEW ~TVR

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U.S. National Debt: Current Trends Illustrated

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VNote: It just so happens that I spend my days with a 1  and a 3 year old and the good ol’ gang from Sesame. This might explain why these charts created by Mark McHugh from Across the Street spoke to me. This is what a mind numbing 13 trillion of debt looks like to the average Joe. CLICK IMAGE ...

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VISUALIZE: Is Gold A Bubble?

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Courtesy of bullioninternational.com CLICK IMAGE FOR LARGER VIEW ~TVR

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VISUALIZE: Gold and Silver Sales on eBay

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VISUALIZE: All The World’s Gold

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Enjoy this elaborate infographic titled All the Worlds Gold. from numbersleuth.org: CLICK IMAGE FOR LARGER VIEW   ~TVR

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VISUAL: How To Land A Job In Technology

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As dismal as the U.S. employment outlook seems to be, tech sector led by innovation is one of the very few bright spots left.  When one in four young professionals consider working for Google their dream job, this timely infographic highlights some facts and tips on what you may need to land a gig at Silicon Valley.  Of course, a ...

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VISUAL: Exposing the Student Loan Racket (Infographic)

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Student loan debt, now at $830 billion, has surpassed credit card debt—a statement unheard of 20 years ago. Student loans, unlike any other form of debt, CANNOT be forgiven via bankruptcy—these loans MUST be repaid. Is this the next bubble to burst?   CLICK IMAGE FOR A LARGER VIEW More @ healthcareadministration.com

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INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC: European Financial System – 9.18.11

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This interactive graphic form ThomsonReuters is brilliantly done. Click the image below to be taken to ThomsonReuters Interactive Graphic: CLICK IMAGE TO JUMP ~TVR

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Visualize – The 25 Most Costly Catastrophes Worldwide

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Graphic  by American Public Media: CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE ~TVR

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Visual – World’s High Net Worth Individuals

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With a record 44 million Americans collecting foodstamps, the topic of a systemic and systematic class divides  will only get increasingly pronounced, and of all troubling trends in global finance, is likely the one to be the catalyst (as it always has in world history) for less than peaceful class upheavals. Below is a chart from the Guardian which effectively ...

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Visual – Financial Crisis Illistrated

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“The notion of a bubble bursting and the whole price level coming down seems to me as far as a national nationwide phenomenon, is really quite unlikely.” Alan Greenspan Federal Reserve Chairman, 2003 In case you haven’t seen this.. These guys do a lot of nice stuff. Props to the guys and gurls at wallstats.com and mint.com for another nice ...

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2001-2010: Prelude To The Keynesian Endame

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One hundred years of the government’s attempts to mute the natural business cycle are slowly and painfully coming to an end. A period where the government proactively encouraged consumption until it became 70% of the economy, we produced very little, and our savings rate reached zero. A period where home ownership was promoted as the ultimate supreme goal until the ...

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Interactive Global Inflation Heat Map

Inflation? Where? Show me the money or where it isn’t. Click the image below to jump to WSJ’s interactive Inflation Map. According to WSJ, “Consumer prices are moving unevenly across the world. Economic growth, supply and demand, currency values and a variety of other factors drive consumer prices up: inflation, or down: deflation.” Really? ~Z Props

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2010 U.S. Dollar Chart – Currency in Bacon

Visual Aid of  U.S. Purchasing Power in 2009 – 2010 This easy to understand image illustrates how the U.S. dollar’s purchasing power changed in 2009-2010 courtesy of Business Week and Ceerrrrohedge. Looky looky. Seriously, do  you own sound money yet? This chic visual, prices 2010 things in terms of X in Y. Overall, the stock market in gold is down ...

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One Hundred Years of Government VS. Economy

The following chart from John Palmer presents one of the best compilations of how the government and the economy have coexisted over the past 100 years. Doesn’t really matter Dem or GOP, both are fond of debt and keen on trashing the dollar. Click HERE or Image for Full Interactive Graphic ~Props to Zhedge

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An Interactive Look At Poverty In America

Reliaze this is based on Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data. According to the BLS, poverty is defined as making less than $10,991 for a household of one, $14,051 for two and so forth. Click On The Above Image or HERE To View The Interactive Map. This interactive map brought to you by the folks at mint.com. Props to Zhedge ...

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Visualize Your State’s Financial Collapse

Too bad wishing away local and state financial collapse doesn’t work quite as well as it does at the Federal level. Thanks to zerohedge for the reference and to the Associated Press for creating this interactive chart that nicely displays unemployment, foreclosures, bankruptcies, and a composite “stress index”, by county and state. Don’t forget to hit the “play” bar at ...

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A Visualization Of The Phases of an Asset Bubble.

The bubble economy continues to grow. In the past decade we have witnessed: Technology Bubbles, Real Estate Bubbles and Credit Bubbles. What is next? Thanks to Dr. John Paul Rodrigue for this visualization of the Bubble Phases. ~MV

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Lesson I: Inflation – What does it look like?

Thanks to zerohedge and mint.com for an excellent visual lesson explaining inflation.

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