Graphs and Visuals of the Economic Crisis

If you are a visual person like me, you need to see something to really understand it. Here are all the graphs and other visuals I have accumulated while following the current economic crisis.

Credit Bubble

National Debt

Trade/Current Account deficits

US Net Internal Investment Position

(country stock market performance through November 2008)

Inflation and Cheap Foreign Loans

Remittances (sent by immigrants to their families abroad)

US Taxes

Dollar, Gold, and Other Currencies

Evidence of Gold Price Manipulations

Housing Starts and New Home Inventory

Fed's Balance Sheet and Money Supply

Outsourcing and Job Losses

About Bailouts


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0 Responses to Graphs and Visuals of the Economic Crisis

  1. Anonymous says:

    It does make it all clear and hit you in the face. Thank You

  2. Starkman says:

    Great information!

    Thanks very much, Eric,


  3. Your welcome.

    I have added some more charts today, so have a look if you're interested.

  4. Anonymous says:

    When anyone says "the richest nation on the earth" it makes me upchuck!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Great collection of graphs. The visual impact sure swings better than words.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Bless You Eric! This is a great collection.

  7. NASAcrew says:

    I am trying to validate your graphs. Do you have a list of resources that this informaiton came from?

    I like to double check all data for myself. First step in looking at a 360 view, it to see a source for yourself.

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