Short update

Some time ago I decided to change subject and focus on energy. With all climate change going on, I expected this to be relevant to a broad public. Because I kept the same Twitter-account (only changing the name) and connected the other blog to LinkedIn as well, the target group won’t be very different. Of course not all people interested in finance will care about energy, but after a good start the visits were dropping. To me this means that energy somehow is not as interesting as finance. By the way, the location of the energy blog is https://enrep3d.wordpress.com and the most recent post is https://enrep3d.wordpress.com/2021/05/29/and-ill-take-my-clothes-off-and-it-will-be-shameless/

To change this, I can do several things. Start a Google ads campaign, make the posts more exiting, or simply kill the experiment and go on with finance, adding new posts to this blog. Actually I didn’t start a blog on energy because I knew people were waiting for it. It’s simply a subject I’m familiar with and I wanted to share my knowledge with the help of the powerful 3D-graphs you already know about from the financial posts in this blog.

At this moment I don’t know yet, but a small investment in Google’s assistance might be worth a try. I’ll be back!

In between you can still download the free 3D-graph generator package for finance (Annual Reports visualised in 3D) to create your own 3D-graph from a table of numbers, with a couple of mouse-clicks. No fees apply and even no registration needed. Just go to: https://anrep3d.com or download the zip-file immediately by clicking here.

About AnRep3D

AnRep3D is the new company, founded after the handover of Scientassist (together with VRBI) to one of my sons. From now I will focus on three-dimensional graphs for the financial markets, showing the main figures from annual reports in comparison. As per 2021 a second product is available: EnRep3D. It is meant to visualise energy. Although the engine is the same, the texts, manual, website and examples (including blogposts) are focused at energy.
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