1 . Looking at both Blades' current techniques and long term plans, how do it benefit from forecasting the baht-dollar exchange rate?
2 . Which predicting technique (i. e., technological, fundamental, or perhaps market-based) will be easiest to include in forecasting the near future value in the baht? Why?
3. Rotor blades is taking into consideration using possibly current spot rates or perhaps available frontward rates to forecast the near future value in the baht. Readily available forward rates currently exhibit a large price cut. Do you think the location or the forwards rate can yield a much better market-based forecast? Why?
5. The current 90-day forward level for the baht is $. 021. By what percentage is the baht expected to change over the next quarter in respect to a market-based forecast using the forward level? What will always be the value of the baht in 90 days in accordance to this outlook?
5. Assume that the specialized forecast continues to be more accurate compared to the market-based prediction in recent several weeks. What does this indicate about market productivity for the baht-dollar exchange rate? Do you consider this means that complex technical analysis will always be superior to other forecasting techniques in the future? Why or perhaps why not?
6. What is the anticipated percentage enhancements made on the value of the baht throughout the next 1 / 4 based on the primary forecast? What is the forecasted value of the baht using this forecast? In case the value from the baht 90 days from now turns out to be dollar. 022, which will forecasting strategy is the most correct? (Use the absolute forecast mistake as a percentage of the realized value to reply to the last part of this question. )