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Fig. 2 graphs the same prior Y(0|0), the same January update Y(1|1) and adds the February revision of the forecast Y(2|2). This update has been steered downward further by the advance order information in Z(2). With a full ﬁve-month lead-time we were forewarned by Y(1|1) that the sales in the future months of May and June will drop signiﬁcantly! Y(1|1) and Y(2|2) suggest that the product life cycle will peak in March or April and thereafter decline. This is how life cycle turning points are forecasted by this model.
0009. 0800. The negative mean makes sense in view of the decreasing trend seen in the original series. The differenced series (Fig. 0002. 0400. As can be observed, the absolute mean value of the differenced durable series is higher than the absolute mean of the differenced nondurable series. This implies that the average decrease (slope) in I-S ratio is higher in the durable series than in the non-durable series. It appears that JIT and lean manufacturing have been more effective on the durable sector than on the non-durable sector.
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