Methods of forecasting, Microeconomics

Methods of Forecasting

The various methods of forecasting demand may be grouped under the followings categories:

Opinion Polling Method: In this method the opinion of the buyers sales forces and expert could be gathered to determine the emerging trend in the market.

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