Are We Wasting Our Money On Healthcare? America’s Healthcare Disadvantage [Infographic]

Only a fraction of this week’s infographic is about Finance. I think it’s one that’s imperative to understand, and that is America’s healthcare disadvantage when it comes to how much we’re spending on medical care when we shouldn’t be. When it comes to investments, people should be devoted to putting money into medical research. On […]

Do Women Pay More When Using Credit Cards? [Infographic]

This week’s financial infographic depicts some insightful information–that although some women are more inclined to shop around for deals, they are less likely to do so when “shopping” for a credit card. Overall, do women pay more when using credit cards? According to Credit Sesame, yes they do. Women are less likely to pursue the […]

Rise Of The Female Trader [Infographic]

This week’s financial infographic depicts something I see every day – the ever-growing number of female traders entering the financial arena. It’s not just traders; more and more women are attending my financial education seminars, opening accounts and expressing a general interest in the market. I won’t pretend to know why women are starting to […]

Steps To Build Your Credit Score [Infographic]

This week’s financial infographic lays out the key steps needed to build your credit score. Whether or not you agree with how the score is calculated or the impact it has on so many aspects of your life, you can’t deny that a great score will save you tons of money. Having a high score […]

The Fiscal Cliff [Infographic]

Today’s financial infographic deals with a VERY important issue facing the nation this year – the fiscal cliff. By the end of 2012, several tax cuts are set to expire while other tax increases are set to begin. The temporary payroll tax cut will end (2% reduction in take home pay), certain breaks for businesses […]

The US Federal Budget – Midweek Infographic

The federal budget has been the topic of much debate in the last two years. Fiscal Conservatives want to cut everything while politicians on the left want to borrow more and spend more. It’s hard to determine what the budget is composed of simply listening to the media. One media outlet claims that a very […]

The American Dream – Midweek Infographic

As Americans, we’re used to a much higher standard of living than the rest of the world. By the age of 30, many of us expect to graduate from college, buy a car, get married and then buy a house with our new bride. Everybody should strive and hopefully achieve this American Dream, but what […]

The True Cost Of Car Ownership – Midweek Infographic

Owning a vehicle should be one of your top expenditures throughout your lifetime. Typically, the only category that places ahead of autos is housing and perhaps education if you attend a high-priced private school or pursue a post-graduate education. When we think about auto expenses, we factor in the purchase price, maintenance, insurance and often […]

European Economic Crisis – Midweek Infographic

In 2008, financial institutions in the US began to drop like flies. Lehman Brothers – gone, Bear Stearns – gone, Washington Mutual – you guessed it, gone. Four years later, what condition are we now in? The US banking system has regained much of its strength as evident by the Federal Reserve’s stress tests. However, […]

Midweek Infographic – Attack Of The Debt Monkey

I previously posted about the number of Americans in debt. There are far too many people who carry over balances each month whether it be credit cards, personal loans or student loans. Not only do American citizens borrow far too much, but the government also spends at an uncontrollable rate. Today’s infographic takes a look at how […]