Real price appreciation forecast tool: Two delivered log market price cycles in the Puget Sound markets of western Washington, USA, from 1992 through 2019
William E. Schlosser
Forest Policy and Economics, 2020, vol. 113, issue C
Delivered log prices represent stochastic values exchanged in competitive marketplaces, responsive to unfolding macroeconomic forces operating through shifts in supply and demand. Major market disruption events, experienced as price appreciation or devaluation, shape into predictable cycles to balance at market price equilibrium.
Keywords: Price forecasting; Markov chain random-walk; Douglas-fir sort 2-Sawmill grade; Puget Sound Washington (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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