In my own memory, Frank Shostak has called every short and long-term trend throughout all these turbulent years, not just globally but nationally as well. His archive on Mises.org is extensive and he remains one of our most popular writers.
Over time I’ve learned to listen to his forecasts very carefully because they are based on his own money supply measure and his own indicators concerning the health of the capital stock. Added to that is a great intuition drawn from his studies of the Austrian School (he was a leading student of Ludwig Lachmann but his own attachment is to the Rothbardian branch).
Also, he just seems to have a nose for market trends. So of course it is really exciting to see that he has opened his own firm: Applied Austrian Economics.