As it is sometimes impossible to follow markets and/or FinTwit (Finance Twitter) on a daily basis. I decided lately to post a weekly recap of the most interesting, exciting and most debatable charts of my Twitter feed. These charts also summarize the recent developments on the financial markets.

Here is the link to the previous series:

I also recommend you to read the discussions below those charts (just click the link above the chart) which are very educational and entertaining, thank you very much for your contribution!

1. Bear markets (20% drop from the peak) in the US since the 1930s'

2. Lack of liquidity in the banking system causing stress in the sector

3. There are roughly 70,000 central bankers in the US, Eurozone and Japan combined

4. One week ago Goldman Sachs forecasted -5% decline in the US Q2 GDP

5. Dramatic Chinese economic data

6. Announcement of $700 billion QE and 1.00% interest rate cut by the Fed accelerated stocks declines

7. European and US stocks have wiped gains from the last 8 and 3 years respectively

8. VIX (fear - volatility) index has risen higher than during the Great Financial Crisis in 2008

9. Bank of America Merril Lynch investment rules during the crisis

10. The S&P 500 continues steep declines even after massive central banks' interventions

11. Monopoly world

12. Major central banks' interventions during the course of March

13. Federal Reserve's total value of assets on its balance sheet has reached a new high

14. Expect a huge spike in unemployed people in the United States next week

15. Goldman Sachs now expects -14% decline in the US Q2 GDP

These charts show that we are living in unprecedented times. Thanks for following.