Periodic Table of Investment Returns: Emerging Markets 2002 Thru 2016

The following chart is the Periodic Table of Investment Returns for select Emerging Markets from 2002 thru 2016. This is a followup post to the developed markets chart I posted earlier. Click to enlarge Source: Novel Investor For an interactive version of the above chart please go here. Related: Review: The Callan Periodic Table of Investment Returns …

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U.S. Equity Sector Periodic Table Of Annual Total Returns 1992-2016

The Callan Periodic Table of Investment Returns for 2016 is not out yet. While we wait for the latest update, the chart for 2015 provides many valuable insights. Similar to the popular Callan chart, there are many types of charts are also online. Recently Fidelity published an interesting chart called a periodic table of annual total …

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How Champagne is Made

Here is a cool infographic on how champagne is made: Click to enlarge According to the legend, champagne was invented on August 4, 1693 by a Benedictine monk Dom Perignon who at the time served as cellar master of the Abbey of Hautvillers. “Come quickly! I’m drinking the stars!” he exclaimed when tasting wine that he was unable to rid of bubbles, and thus …

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Infographics: Top Sources Of Immigrants To The US and EU

Mexico is the top source of immigrants to the USA while Turkey is the top source of migrants to the EU. Turkey is a relatively well-off country compared to Morocco for example but still Turks immigrate to the EU. Though thousands of migrants from African and other poor countries pour into the EU these days …

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Comparing Income Inequality Among OECD Countries

The following chart shows the ratio of the average income of the richest 10% to the poorest 10% in OECD countries based on the latest data available: Click to enlarge Source: OECD Income inequality is the highest in Mexico followed by Chile. However these are emerging countries. Among the developed countries, the U.S. has the highest …

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