Posts filed under “Digital Media”

Tweets of the Week 7.18.14

Our weekly Tweet round up:

 

Markets/Investing
 

H2w0w

New England is Gassy

US Post Office Retirement Accounts

Cooperman on the Modern Fund Manager


 

Economy
 
Crazy Data point of the week: Solar vs Automobile

Sweet

Rising Seas Look

 

Politics/Policy
 

Airlines Were Avoiding Ukraine Airspace

Thank you for not smoking

Pay for Armed Forces Medical Care

Obama Cures Cancer

Book LOL

That’s one way to look at it


 

Random Items
 

Milky Way

Modern Tanlines

No PhotoShop involved

Beats my best

God’s View of Religion’s Subjectivity

Category: Digital Media

Data Visualization: What Does a NYC Taxi’s Day Look Like?

This is an absolutely fascinating — hypnotic even — depiction of what the daily metrics of a New York City Taxi looks like, overlaid on top of a map. You can track passengers, distance traveled, revenue, even tips. Bravo! I wish we could make the data from our business (Financial planning/asset management) look this compelling!…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Travel

Sizing Up a Potential Media Marriage

Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Digital Media, Financial Press, M&A

30 Most Influential People in Finance & Wealth

Posted without comment Source: April Rudin, HuffPo

Category: Asset Allocation, Digital Media

How to Change a Habit

Click for the ginormous version. Source: Charles Duhigg

Category: Digital Media, Psychology

Tweets of the Week 7.11.14

Markets & Investing Eddie! Eddie! Eddie! This morning's -1% open somehow negates five-and-a-half years of being dead wrong. — Eddy Elfenbein (@EddyElfenbein) July 10, 2014 What a difference a few decades makes Life-cycle investing: Young investors: Pray this turns into a bear market Retired investors: Pray this doesn't turn into a bear market — Ben Carlson (@awealthofcs)…Read More

Category: Digital Media

Conditions Favorable for a Capex Comeback

Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Markets

Summers in the Future

Category: Digital Media, UnScience

How Expensive Are Stocks? (Not Terribly)

cick for bigger chart Source: JP Morgan   It has become commonly accepted that stocks are very expensive, overbought and perhaps even in a bubble. JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s latest quarterly chart book (you can download it here) takes issue with those conventions. As you can see from the chart above, U.S. equity prices closely…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Valuation

From Netscape to Alibaba

Source: NY Times

Category: Digital Media, IPOs, Technology