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Foreseechange provides forecasting and analysis services to clients in a wide range of industries. We also sell reports at an affordable price. These reports are updated regularly and contain valuable insights about the future business strategy and government policy environments.

To purchase reports from this website, select a report and then click on the title for further information. You will then be able to buy the report if you choose to. Payment is via PayPal and you will have a period of 24 hours within which to download the report. Most reports are in pdf format but some are in powerpoint or other commonly used formats.
Australia in 2018: Things are looking rosy for Australia in 2018 - but there are paradoxes.  Analysis of trends, opportunities, and risks.
Resolving climate change.  Beleifs amongst the general public change over time and convictions are not strong enough to force effective action.  How can we change this situation?
The drivers of consumer spending in Australia.  The drivers are identified for both retail sales and household consumption expenditure.  Also the outlook and scenarios.
The performance of political forecasting.  Important learnings from forecasting errors.
House price leading indicator.  This unique leading indicator predicts house prices in the months ahead and has scenarios for 2018.
Wisdom of the masses for 2018.  Consumer expectations present some challenges for Australia's federal government.
Consumer Pulse: recovery or recession?  Analysis of trends and scenarios.  Strategic implications.
Australia's population trends 0917.  Population trends and demographic, economic and social impacts.
The consumer spending sweetspot.  Analysis of household income, wealth, spending, and willingness to spend by broad age group.  September 2017.
Automotive trends, September 2017.  Analysis of several important trends, their drivers, and the future outlook.
Standstill 2017 - the economic outlook, trends in driving forces, and implications.
A perfect storm for Australian retailers in 2017.  What can consumer marketers do to improve growth?
Boomerang Offspring.  The recession generation. Young adults have changed their priorities and behaviour since 2010.  This has hurt many retailers and their suppliers and may continue for a long while.
The driver of extreme ENSO events.  The causal factor has been identified, so prediction is possible.
Economic forecasting with the Wisdom of the Masses.  This report provides compelling evidence that conventional economics cannot predict turning points but that surveys of the general public can be analysed to predict turning points.
Boost consumer spending growth using differences in Interest Rate Sensitivity.  Consumer interest rate sensitivity has changed substantially over the las decade.  This 2016 report explains why.  Also details how the Australian government could boost consumer spending growth.
State Indicators of demand.  Analysis of nine indicators for Australia's mainland states, two of them unique.
Forecasting: the essential skills.  A wide ranging book which identifies important skills needed for successful forecasting.
Drivers of Climate Change belief.  Analysis of both Australian and US opinions about climate change, which identifies the factors which cause variations in the level of belief.  Based on data up to March 2016.
Climate Change Game Change.  2015 was a year of major changes in terms of beliefs about climate change and support for action to mitigate it.  This report documents the important changes.