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We've all seen it.
Half -- holiday shoppers beating down the doors and their competition all of the quest for a quick deal.
And the kick off at this shopping season no exception.
It's -- same online web -- Online at the mall retailers posting their biggest day on Cyber Monday.
Shoppers sending sales up 30% from last year so what exactly is going on in the minds of -- shoppers.
Psychologist Bonnie forests and the holiday spending -- -- not only become a tradition for most but many consumers and not just for a deal.
But to deal with their feelings and make up for any disagreements over the year.
All -- businesses play off their psyches to post huge profit.
The retailers -- -- -- to the notion of let's get something we might not otherwise get.
Technology making holiday spending all the more easy.
The number of people buying on their Smartphones on Cyber Monday went through the roof.
More than 96%.
A lot more impulse purchasing goes on and a lot more.
While I wanna look at that becomes I'm gonna buy that and the moment because it's become so easy for -- says if you want to rein in the spending wait until the crowds -- gone to snag your deals.
Also put that credit cards away pay in cash at the store.
Avoid impulse buying -- not storing your credit card information on line.
And wait a full 24 hours before making any big purchases my hunch is that the price will come back around may -- before Christmas or after Christmas.
And if you just wait a little bad I think you can let some of the -- go down you can say -- I really need this into -- really wants us.
The National Retail Federation forecasting holiday sales will rise more than 4% to about 590 billion dollars.
But the -- says it may revise its outlook once more is known about the biggest deal in Washington.
Whether congress and the White House can agree and avoid the fiscal -- in New York Brenda Buttner Fox News.
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