It's the day after Thanksgiving, which means 'Black Friday' shopping time. The question is, will Americans have any to spend on gifts this year, thanks to the damage Joe Biden and the Democrats have done to the economy?
"That's a great question" said smart shopping expert Trae Bodge, at truetrae.com, "We're seeing a fairly soft prediction for holiday shopping, it's not going to be the big exciting holiday shopping season that we saw in 2021, because people don't have the stimulus checks that they had before, and obviously inflation is so high."
So what can we expect?
"Consumers are going to be fairly conservative, which is why I think we see this aggressive discounting right now from retailers" Bodge told KTRH, "If you can't address all of your shopping list over Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you're ok. You'll have plenty of opportunities to save in December as well."
Stick to your list, stick to your budget, be kind, and enjoy the holidays.