We really like infographics at the Attain Alternatives Blog. We’ve dedicated an entire page on our website to what we’ve put together over the years. In case you missed this years, here’s the result from all our creative juices this year! We hope you like them as much as we like putting them together!
With seemingly everyone giving it a volatility investing a shot of late (Billions are in VIX futures-related ETFs), we thought a nifty flowchart of just how to proceed would be worthwhile.
This Futures Ecosystem Map is designed to visualize the futures market landscape and highlight dominant and promising firms within the industry by how they’re utilized by market participants.
There’s been a growing chorus lately suggesting that perhaps the record low VIX readings aren’t due to record low feelings about volatility, but instead due to the dramatic increase in VIX products and assets betting on decreases in volatility.
What better medium (infographic) to check out the highs and lows of America’s favorite (investing) pastime – the IPO.
It seems that as more time passes, there are more and more financial resources popping up making it harder for you to sift through the important and the not so important. In and effort to make it easier for you to digest the most read articles on our blog, we’re re-posting the top 10 articles […]
We thought what better way to celebrate the world’s greatest athletes than thinking what asset classes best represent each sport.
A three market mashup of the CME’s infographics covering grains, meats, and energy markets, highlighting 5 main categories of events that move futures prices this way or that.
Want to invest in the ever changing landscape of technology: social media, mobile apps, and biotech. Look no further than the tech heavy NASDAQ stock index. But beware… there’s more than just good returns in this index. There’s some real bad in there too, not to mention downright ugly stats.
How often does the Dow recover from a correction? how often does it finish better than it’s drawdown? The stats since 1900.