There are talk shows that are dedicated to strictly

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data. There are talk shows that are dedicated to strictly reporting on the state of the economy and how today’s economy compares to yesteryears. They may even compare this week’s to last week’s. They have panel discussion, with distinguished guests, about how well the markets are doing and they even discuss the issues that affect the economy and how we can solve those issues. A lot of them try to predict what will happen next week, next year, or the next ten years. If that isn’t forecasting, I don’t know what is.
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TEAM A REFLECTION 3 Radio Radio can be useful in forecasting economic data as well as getting information on historical economic data. There are radio programs that strictly discuss the economy. These programs often use economic experts to verify that the information is reliable. Many radio shows also offer listeners to call in and ask economic questions to these experts. Smaller businesses may pay attention to these shows to help forecast what the economy may be doing throughout the year. Radio is also a great source because it is free. People don’t have to pay for internet of cable to get the reliable economic information. Printed Sources There are several factors that determine what source people use for information, age is a determining factor and location. Age is important because the older generation may not be as interested in the Internet as the younger generation. It is important to still have printed resources available because they could serve as learning tools for researching information.
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