Market Forecasting

Market Forecasting is the action of making estimates where markets will trade in the future.


Behind the Balance Sheet
Complete Intelligence
EIA All Weather Alpha Partners
Elliottwave Forecast
GnS Economics
Hammerstone Markets
I Know First
IHS Markit
Jerome Levy Forecasting Center
Merriman Market Analyst
Port Phillip Publishing
TS Lombard


Real Estate Development


Andrew Maguire
Bill Hortz
Brett Whysel
Callum Thomas
Carlos Sava
Chad Shoop
Dan Gardner
Dario Perkins
Eric Parnell
Frank Angella
Joe Fahmy
Keith Fitz-Gerald
Lakshman Achuthan
Martin Barnes
Mary Aden
Mike DiBiase
Nouriel Roubini
Pamela Aden
Paul Mladjenovic
Peter Zeihan
Philip Tetlock
Robert Prechter
Steve Craig
Steven Hochberg
Ted Seides
Tom DeMark
Tom Denham
Tony Nash
Tuomas Malinen


30 Day Dividends
A Complete Guide to the Futures Market
All About Market Indicators
Asian Pacific Financial Forecast Service
Asset Allocation
Beautiful Pictures
Blue Ocean Classics
Commodity Junctures
Dynamics of Forecasting
EPB Macro Research
European Financial Forecast Service
Gains, Pains & Capital
Gary Shilling's Insight
Global Forecast Service
Global Market Perspective
How to Forecast Gold and Silver Using the Wave Principle
Market Analysis for the New Millennium
Nate’s Notes
New Stock Trend Detector
Predicting the Markets
Swing Trading: A Comprehensive Guide
The Aden Forecast
The Emergence of Numerical Weather Prediction
The Equity Risk Premium: Essays and Explorations
The Essays of Warren Buffett
The Map and the Territory
The Ravens
The Secrets of Selecting Stocks for Immediate and Substantial Gains
The Signal and the Noise
Thor's Shield
Trends Journal


Market Timing
Predictive Modeling


Risk Analysis
Stock Pick

  • Market forecasting is difficult in the short-term: there are too many variable to keep track of
  • Market forecasting is easier in the long term: You just need to get the large Market movers & trends correct Smaller short-term fluctuations become noise to the larger trends