Showing posts with label chart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label chart. Show all posts

Jan 18, 2012

Interactive Map Charts

Remarkably interesting interactive charts at Chartsbin.

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1. Current World Life Expectancy at Birth


2.Body Mass Index (BMI) by Country


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Mar 23, 2010

Return of a U.S. Debt Dollar

Take a (compressed) look at what author and business owner Nathan Martin calls:

This chart, based on the latest (March 11, 2010) U.S. Treasury Z1 Flow of Funds report, shows the change in GDP divided by the change in Debt. Or in other words: it illustrates how much extra economic productivity is gained by pumping one extra dollar of debt into our debt backed money system.

As is clear, the economic return of one dollar of 'debt infusion' declined from a positive $ 0.70 in the sixties to a negative $ 0.45 return by the end of 2009!

From a macroeconomic point of view the U.S. economy is fully saturated with debt. Flushing more debt in the U.S. economy will no longer help the economy out. Moreover, it will damage the economic growth!

Interested? Read the full blog of Nathan A. Martin

- Source: The Most Important Chart of the Century!
- U.S. Treasury Z1 Flow of Funds report (March 11, 2010)