Trend projection methods, Microeconomics

An ole firm can use its own data of past years regarding its sales in past years. These data are known as time series of sales. A firm can predict sales of its product by fitting trend to the time series of sales. A trend line can be fitted by graphic method or by algebraic equation s. Equation methods is more appropriate. The trend can be estimated by using any one of the followings methods.

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