How do we work

How do we work - in short

Secondary research


Analysis of collected data




How do we work - at large

Financial Trends uses a comprehensive methodology to minimize deviation, that aims to provide the most accurate estimates and predictions. The company uses a combination of top-down and bottom-up approaches for segmenting and estimating the quantitative aspects of the market. The critical elements of the methodology used in all our studies include:

In our reports we use official data sources published by governmental institutions, intergovernmental institutions, national statistical institutes, research institutes, banks, central banks, the World Bank (WB), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the United Nations, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the Global Economic Forum.

The data we analyze is continuously filtered to ensure that only valid and authentic sources are considered. In addition, data is extracted from a series of past reports and from the sources mentioned in “Data Collection”

Our estimates and forecasts in these reports are based on simulated models. A unique pattern is customized for each study. The collected information is entered into the model and analyzed simultaneously. These factors are studied on a comparative basis and their impact on the forecasting period is quantified by correlation analysis, regression analysis and time series analysis. Short-term market forecasts are achieved through a combination of economic instruments.

This is the last step in the analysis process by which we combine all of the data that was passed through the steps described above, we process them in a graphical form to easily transmit information, explain the data sets and graphical interpretation in a simple and understandable language.

Before publishing, each report is verified at the highest standards to ensure the quality and utility of the information it contains.

Publishing the analysis is only performed after verifying the results, designing and establishing the conclusions. After publishing the analysis, we make the press release with its conclusions and inform the firms subscribed to the newsletter, to which the analysis is addressed.