Only the history books get it right every time, but we try. Macroeconomics is complicated and many economists are servants to a particular model. We think each of these models offers insights. The art of forecasting is determining which model is the correct model for the current situation.
We don’t just make predictions, we give the thinking behind our forecasts, and we try not to be overly influenced by the latest data point. We believe that forecast users should look at many forecasts and make their own informed judgements..
Our economic modeling can help you assess the trends that are going to affect your business of agency or region in the coming months. This data can help you prepare for the news, whatever that might be.
We are a participant in the NABE Economic Outlook and Economic Policy surveys, the Economist‘s Presidential Election survey, Blackrock Investment Institute’s Economic Cycle Survey, and CNNMoney’s Monthly Jobs and Quarterly Economics surveys.
We are a member of Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) Expert forecast panel.