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The Current State of Commodity Price Forecasting Methods: An Appraisal
W. G. Tomek and T. D. Mount
Year: 1981
 
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Price Forecasting Methods and Evaluation Procedures
Jon A. Brandt and David A. Bessler
Year: 1981
 
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Error Decomposition in Commodity Price Forecast Evaluation
Dean T. Chen
Year: 1981
 
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A Canadian Agricultural Model: An Example of Integrating Economics, Econometrics and Practical Constraints
Allen W. Shiau
Year: 1981
 
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Integrating of World Weather and Other Market Factors in Formulating U.S. Crop Forecasts by World Agricultural Outlook Board
Norton Strommen, Jim Matthews, and Raymond Motha
Year: 1981
 
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Impact Multipliers of the Crops: An Application for Corn, Soybeans, and Wheat
Abner Womack, Stanley R. Johnson, William H. Meyers, Jim L. Matthews, and Robert E. Young II
Year: 1981
 
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An Interactive Forecasting Technique for Perishable Products
John J. Van Sickle and Richard Beilock
Year: 1981
 
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Quarterly Broiler Price Forecasting Models
David Kenyon
Year: 1981
 
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A Short-Term Egg Price Forecasting Model
Lee F. Schrader and David A. Bessler
Year: 1981
 
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Forecasting Short-Run Fed Beef Supplies with a Simulation Model
James N. Trapp
Year: 1981
 
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Short-Term Forecast of Feeder Cattle Prices
Stephen C. Beare, Carl W. O'Connor, and Ray F. Brokken
Year: 1981
 
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Short-Term Price Forecasting Models for Cattle and Hogs
Marvin Hayenga, Joel Propst, Michele Mansfield, and Gene Futrell
Year: 1981
 
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Forecasting of Canadian Cattle Prices: Application of Time Series and Regression Models
John D. Spriggs, Surenda N. Kulshrestha, and Akinayo Akinfemiwa
Year: 1981
 
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A Delivery System for Price Outlook
Darrel Good, Tom Hieronymus, and Hal Everett
Year: 1981
 
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A Total Meat Demand Approach to Forecasting and Explaining Beef Prices
John E. Ikerd
Year: 1981
 
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Developing a Producer-Oriented Market Information Delivery System
Harlan Hughes, Robert Carver, and Robert Price
Year: 1981
 
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Futures Markets as Inverse Forecasters for Post-Harvest Wheat Prices
Robert S. Firch
Year: 1981
 

Abstract

In a paper titled "Futures Markets as Inverse Forecasters of PostHarvest Prices for Storable Agricultural Commodities", Firch presented evidence from the study of cotton, soybean, and corn futures prices that strongly suggests that these futures markets are not only poor direct forecasters of prices over the planting to harvest period but that in fact market responses to the futures prices cause futures prices to move inversely with the forecast. This paper presents the results of a study of wheat futures prices and finds what appears to be substantial evidence supporting the inverse forecast hypothesis and indirectly the "paradox of the public forecast" hypothesis outlined in the earlier paper.

 
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Moving Averages as an Indicator of Price Direction in Hedging Applications
John R. Franzmann
Year: 1981
 
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Soybean Market Forecast Errors
Arthur Havenner and Marlene Cerchi
Year: 1981
 
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