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Data Driven Trends & Statistics - March 2019

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Back with the series where I bring the collection of infographics that I have posted on my Twitter feed in the previous month on topics relating to Technology, Finance, Blockchain/Crypto, Jobs, Productivity, Fintech etc. Always useful to find consolidated information at one place. Following are the noteworthy trends & statistics for the month of March which I posted on my Twitter feed. If you want to stay informed on a daily basis you can always follow me @fklivestolearn on Twitter.

  1. Social Media, Digital Marketing, Content Marketing etc.
  2. Finance, Economy, Markets, Investing etc.
  3. Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, Fintech etc.
  4. Workplace, Jobs, Productivity, Skills etc.
  5. Big Data, Machine Learning, AI, HealthTech, Automation etc.
  6. General Purpose, Renewables, Sustainability, Education etc.

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Faisal Khan
Faisal is based in Canada with a background in Finance/Economics & Computers. He has been actively trading FOREX for the past 11 years. Faisal is also an active Stocks trader with a passion for everything Crypto. His enthusiasm & interest in learning new technologies has turned him into an avid Crypto/Blockchain & Fintech enthusiast. Currently working for a Mobile platform called Tradelike as the Senior Technical Analyst. His interest for writing has stayed with him all his life ever since started the first Internet magazine of Pakistan in 1998. He blogs regularly on Financial markets, trading strategies & Cryptocurrencies. Loves to travel.

2 COMMENTS

  1. How am I supposed to read these tiny pictures? Fire the person responsible for your website. Pictures are not clickable, pictures use up on like 25-30% of my monitor width. And I CAN’T read them without constantly zooming in and out or saving them elsewhere. In the end, I just dropped trying to decipher this whole publication.

    • Open the images in separate tabs.. they should be more readable. Alternatively you can see these in our Medium Publication where you can zoom them out.

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