Clifford was the first to "ring the bell" for a new bull market in 2009, and was among the first to appreciate the Australian slow down would be short lived, consistently forecasting unemployment to peak at 5.7% to 6.1%, when even the government forecast was 8.5%. Clifford was the first economist to correctly predict the RBA would hold at 3.00%, and hike by the end of 2009, and the only economist to correctly forecast the RBA would stay on hold in February.
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