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One of the things I enjoy about TMF is the commitment to the community and CAPS - a very 'superforecaster' idea where the crowd can achieve better results than many analysts.

There are a couple other ones I've noticed out there:
1. An interesting one for framing and debating stock valuation is Trefis. Although a bit more of a 'sell-side' kind of tool, I like how their analysts back up each data point with their rationale. You can also see what the baseline is, and play with changes and see the sensitivity. Take AAPL for example - what would happen to earnings if iPhone sales were x% less than expected?

2. Another is Estimize - I haven't done much with them yet as I don't focus on quarterly moves as much, but same concept - using the crowd's wisdom which they claim is more accurate than WS.

I also think prediction markets are interesting, although I believe the bigger for the US got shut down.

Anybody have any other interesting tools or websites?
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