This week, you can learn how to create your coronavirus charts of any country. Negative real interest rates can be a major problem in the future, I show you two charts about it. Also, some hard to find data. New numbers are here about Facebook revenue per user. And a scary chart about stock markets in this issue.
This is my weekly chart recommendation for you. I started a new project on my financial web page, Agelessfinance, publishing now “charts of the day” for you, readers. I present you the summaries and if you are interested in the topics, or the charts in better resolution, just click on the image. But the posts contain much more than a chart. Also, click if you want to know more about the background of these trends.
Still Scary Coronavirus Statistics by Country
- The coronavirus statistics are recovering globally only very slowly.
- In some countries, the epidemic is just beginning.
- I will teach you how to create your coronavirus charts, your coronavirus statistics by country.
How Is This Massive Negative Real Interest Rate Possible?
- Negative interest rates and negative real interest rates may stay with us for a long time.
- Central banks and other big investors are buying government bonds at all prices.
- This does not show a crisis, a collapse.
- Avoid negative rates, fight inflation.
Are You Sure You Will Buy Stocks in 2020?
- If you want to buy stocks in 2020, it is important to know that they are not cheap.
- You could buy cheap stocks, perhaps, in March, but not now.
- There was little left of the stock market crash in March.
- Is the coronavirus epidemic not yet priced in?
How Much Money Do You Make for Facebook?
- Facebook’s average revenue per user was $6.95 in the first quarter.
- Lower than the previous quarter but higher than one year before.
- Facebook seems to be unshakeable, crisis-proof.
- Go for it, cryptocurrency media applications!
Negative Real Interest Rate, Financial Repression in Your Pocket
- It is difficult to find reliable data on financial repression and negative real interest rates.
- In our overview turned out that more than half of the countries introduced it already.
- In the last 13 months, government bond yields have continued to decline in most countries.
- So, the negative real interest rate is likely to remain with us in the coming years.