Retirement Investing in Gold

A guide for new investors, showing them how buying physical gold can diversify their portfolio and serve as a safe long-term investment. The infographic features popular reasons for purchasing gold, the benefits of owning gold, and several “frequently asked” questions.

What a Dollar Buys Feb12

What a Dollar Buys

Economist published “The Big Mac Index” a lighthearted approach to analyzing the difference between actual prices and exchange rates. Starting from this, here are some updated stats on the cost of the Big Mac in different countries and, for comparison, what 1 US dollar can get you.

Seabed Mining

Drills are ready to bore the ocean floor and take out the buried treasure “waiting” there for the mining giants to come. No guess that the money is big and there’s a bunch of private and national ventures that have their eyes on slicing the pie. At the same time, there are voices warning about the detrimental consequences of breaking in the ocean rarefied. The question is “does it worth the price?”

Mapping African Mineral Wealth

You will be amazed by the abundance in natural resources this continent holds. However, Africa still falls behind in human development. Guess why that.

Money in Time

Do you know where the term “piggy bank” comes from? Its roots are found in old English word “pygg” that defined a type of clay used for dishes and money-jar production. Discover more interesting facts from metal and paper money history.

iPhone Hidden Treasure

What’s the real value of an iPhone aside its branded markup value? A whole treasure of precious metals is hidden under iPhone’s shell and likewise of any smartphone. Discover the recycling value of the average retired iPhone based on the metals and rare earth minerals it contains.

Investment in Gold

Is Gold commodity or currency? This is the final part of the Gold infographic sequel that examines its use as an investment tool. Discover the traditional and stable value of Gold

Gold Uses Today

Here is the 3rd part of the gold series, that outlines its 3 major uses in modern times. You will also learn how world demand is allocated across countries and how it’s connected to strong economic growth.

Gold Mining and Supply

It’s part 2 of the gold infographic sequel and here you can learn about the mining technologies as well as the 3 streams that make up the gold supply.

History of Gold

An interesting sequel infographic that examines the gold eco-system. Here you see No 1 referring to the history and properties of gold starting from 3600BC to 21st century.

Facts About Gold

Fascinating insights about the world’s most famous precious metal.

Money evolution timeline Jul16

Money evolution time...

From the times we bartered meat with eggs till the digital age that we have plenty options to pay for goods we want. This is the monetary history of the world’s economy.

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