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You might try financial engines website at https://www.financialengines.com.
They use a form of monte carlo analysis in which the range and correlations of the variables are linked to historical patterns, ie. if inflation rate is high, interest rates are high, if last years inflation =10% then next years inflation unlikely to be 1% etc.
I like the concept and think it has some virtues not addressed by the technique of replaying history year by year and computing effect on one's portfolio.

Regards,
Curt Canavino

"Up Stan Ulam"
http://members.tripod.com/bill_3_2/ulam.htm
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