Projected 2018 change in US employment levels by sector. A questionable analysis at best. nobody has a clue. (via The Big Picture)
The index adds together a country’s budget deficit, as a percentage of gross domestic product, and its unemployment rate.
Who are the winners and losers? (via The Big Picture)
All new and depressing ways of looking at unemployment statistics, from Ritzholtz/The Big Picture.
How the composition of the Fed’s balance sheet has changed over time. I would like to have seen the past two years blown up in detail. (via Ritzholtz).
From Ritholtz. more of a timeline quiz than a chart.
1. Tulip Mania
2. South Sea /Mississippi Company Bubbles
3. Railway Mania
4. Florida Speculative Building Mania
5. Roaring 1920s/1929
6. Poseidon Bubble
8. Japanese Asset Bubble
9. Dot Com/Tech/Telecoms
10. Global Real Estate/Credit Bubble
11. China/Shanghai Index Stock Bubble
12. Commodity Bubble
13. Oil Bubble
14. Leverage/Derivative/Financial Bubble
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