The holiday shopping season is fast approaching with Black Friday on November 23, 2012, however, predicting and forecasting the outcome of Christmas shopping habits can be a difficult venture.
About 58% of Americans are more comfortable with the economy this holiday season now that Obama is back into power. This reassurance will help boost the public's view of economy and allow more people to spend money this holiday season. Predicting Christmas shopping habits is much different then Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Although many people shop during these two days in preparation for Christmas, finding deals after these days can be difficult. The best piece of advice is to research first and buy second. This will ensure a smooth shopping season.
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