Not mine, but the forecast of an economist whose blog I read regularly: Scott Grannis, a.k.a. Calafia Beach Pundit. He did very well in 2009 as far as the crystal-ball gazing biz goes — see his recap of his 2009 predictions and results here — so it will be interesting to see how he does in 2010.
In short, he’s more bullish, and expects more hawkishness, than most economists seem to be right now. He expects the economy to grow twice as fast, for instance, as the forecasts given by S&P and UGA economists earlier this month. But, like them, he points out that this growth will be slower than the usual rebound from a deep recession.
I’m a little more bearish than Grannis, but who knows? Who out there is bullish about 2010?