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Forecasting 2014

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Forecasting 2014

Just in case folks on this site are interested, here are links to our Forecast 2014 pieces online. They are presumably too long for Seeking Alpha.

None of this is investment advice; not even for existing clients. It is just the perspective of this analyst for those who might be interested. Best wishes to all.

Folks:

Askari's annual forecasting material is now all online at the company site, in the Annual section of the Opinion page…. where it belongs.

The posting process has been going on since the first weeks of 2014.

The forecast, economies and markets summary, and some proprietary charts went up in early January.

The lengthier discussions and musings were posted a few days ago.

Direct links to most of that online material are, respectively….

Summary of Forecasts: Year 2014 3 pp.

http://www.askariequitymanagement.com/x/2014askariforecast.pdf

The Good, the Bad … and the merely Ugly [a snapshot of economies and markets at year-end.] 2 pp.

http://www.askariequitymanagement.com/x/2014jangoodbadugly.pdf

Supplementary Notes to Forecast 2014 44 pp.

http://www.askariequitymanagement.com/x/2014suppnotes.pdf

Chart of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's multi-factor National (economic) Activity Index

http://www.askariequitymanagement.com/x/2014janchifrbnai.pdf

Chart of pre-tax U.S. NIPA Profits (with ICA & CCA adjustments)

http://www.askariequitymanagement.com/x/2014jannipaprof.pdf

Chart of U.S. Real Disposable Personal Income http://www.askariequitymanagement.com/x/2014janrealdpi.pdf

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