Economists can be all the over the place when predicting the future — a fact that AJC staffer Michael Kanell proves once again in reporting on four forecasts for 2010.
Predictions about the unemployment rate are spread between 9.5 percent and 10.5 percent — a wide gap when you’re talking about jobs.
And the Dow Jones industrial average could fall 9 percent or rise 12.1 percent, depending on which forecast you subscribe to.
Kanell pointed to Yogi Berra, who said predictions are hard — especially about the future.
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