In order to clearly express financial concepts, tables and charts are essential. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words and nobody should write that much when a simple picture can do the work for you.
Not only do charts or other graphics aid in getting your message across, they act as attention getters to keep your readers engaged.
However, financial charts often require computer simulations and then reformatting or other transformations in Photoshop. They are time consuming, which is why most writers – ghostwriters included – make them disappear.
Below are some charts I created in Excel in a matter of minutes to give you an idea of the added information, clarity, and beauty they can add to your work.