Ever since aiCIO founder Charlie Ruffel and a select few others accurately predicted in the mid-1990s that "defined contribution" was the future, lesser prognosticators
have been dismissing these gargantuan pools of capital.
in the StarTrib newsroom had predicted an 85-percent passage of the contract.
Though gloomy forecasts abound, most prognosticators
have said that any U.S.
"Us" is the community of reporters, pundits and prognosticators
who so confidently -- and so rashly -- stake our reputations on the illusion that we understand politics and have special insight that allows us to predict the behavior of voters.
Despite the prognosticators
and their doom and gloom, it remains a very exciting time to be an appraiser--and a member of the Appraisal Institute--as evidenced by the more than 100 members who achieved their SRA designation last year, and the 70 who received their MAI designation.
College basketball prognosticators
have tabbed Starr as one of the leaders in the Sun Belt and a big key for A-State, which is reloading after losing a significant portion of last year's offense to graduation.
Frankly, a lot of prognosticators
just aren't sure right now.
And, unfortunately, many of the tea-leaf prognosticators
do not foresee a strong bounce-back in the near term.
The company has announced plans to boost its capital spending in the next few years, which is a milestone in itself considering prognosticators
were digging a grave for GM just a year ago.
, including a 10th-grade civics class, were political operatives like Paul Kirk, Amy Walter, Kellyann Conway and Fred Wertheimer.
Like the tragic Cassandra, contemporary political prognosticators
occasionally try their hands at geopolitical divination that can also prove unpleasantly prescient.
We hadn't even made it to baseball's All-Star break yet, and the pigskin prognosticators
were already talking about Week 3 of the NFL season!