Building on previous research evaluating the IPF Consensus Forecasts, this study updates and expands upon the existing body of work. The paper evaluates forecasting accuracy at the sector level and assesses the extent to which the consensus forecasts were able to predict the relative performance of each sector.  It also evaluates the performance of the implied yield forecasts and concludes that it is failure in yield forecasting that is the main source of failure in forecasts of capital growth and total returns. The ability of the consensus forecasts to identify the best and worst performing sectors was relatively good with a high level of agreement between the actual and forecasted sector rankings.