Friday, January 1, 2010

SAR #10001/Weekender


The future has become a math problem, one of probabilities.

I have little idea of what may happen during 2010, and even less expectation that whatever it is will turn out well. My devout hope is that it continue to provide us with a chuckle now and then.

But there are those who do make these annual guesses. I've a list of quite a few here, for your entertainment. I suggest you start with Michael Panzner's warm and fuzzy outlook, then check out a few of the others.

John Bougearel, “2010: Foreseeable and Unforeseeable Risks

Bruce Krasting, “What’s in Store for 2010″

Bespoke Roundtable, 2010 Outlook from the Blogosphere

(12 soothsayers answer 25 questions. Contrast and compare.)

Paul Krugman, The Age of Diminished Expectations

Vince Fernando, The 60-Second Guide To Everything You Need To Know

Thomas Tan My 10 Predictions for 2010

Calafia Beach, 11 Predictions for 2010

MF Global, Ten Predictions For 2010

Graham Summers, The Coming Economic Nightmare

Clive Corcoran, What Lies Ahead in 2010?

Robin Knight, A Double Dip is 50/50

Eric Sprott, Growth Fails to Materialize

As a cautionary tale,

Jacob Dreizin's May 2009 The Worst Case Scenario.


rjs said...

you missed the best one: Forecast 2010
By James Howard Kunstler

Bustednuckles said...

It's getting to the point I can't hardly see my hand in front of my face anymore, let alone the future. All I know is it's getting ugly and won't get any better.

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