What do the likes of Blackrock, UBS, and Goldman Sachs have to say about where markets are headed in 2020. Here’s the links, with our favorite chart from each: Goldman UBS Blackrock Nuveen JP Morgan Wells Fargo Natixis Cambridge & Associates Other Links: Schwab Market Perspective: […]
It’s like Lord Voldemort himself is running around the stock exchanges these days sucking Unicorn blood to stay alive. The latest victim is Peloton ($PTON), lovingly known as a screen on a bike from those on the short side (borrowed from the camera on a stick schtick that was the GoPro IPO). It can’t even […]
We’ve all been rather trained to be very cautious around the VIX, you know – with infographics like this one showing you’ll likely lose all your money and VIXmageddon last February and all. But those who trade the VIX don’t just buy the VIX and hope for the best, or sell it and pray there’s […]
We first updated our infographic when LYFT went public on March 29th. It’s down 40%+ since then. But what do you get when you add 1 part $Lyft, 3 parts $Uber, a dash of Pinterest, and pinch of Slack? The return of a potential IPO frenzy, where everyday investors can get involved with some of […]
We show the top 100 unique Managed Futures programs by their average monthly assets under management from inception through the end of last year.
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.