Monday, December 4, 2017

Digital World Agents on Fire

What's coming and why you should be a DW Agent on Fire:

United States - Economic forecast summary (November 2017) -- 


The economic expansion is projected to continue in 2018 and 2019. Buoyant asset prices and strong business and consumer confidence will support consumption and investment growth. The impact of slowing employment growth on consumption will be partly offset by wage growth acceleration as the labour market tightens further.
Fiscal policy is projected to become more supportive in 2018 as measures are assumed to be introduced lowering tax rates on corporate and personal income and stimulating investment and consumption. At a time when unemployment is at its lowest level since 2000, the assumed fiscal boost will also contribute to further wage growth, thereby providing the conditions for monetary policy to continue normalising gradually. Policies to help people return to employment would underpin stronger growth of activity while reducing inequalities. Deregulation and tax reform would support stronger investment and help lift productivity.

Stock Market close today:
Market Summary > Dow Jones Industrial Average
INDEXDJX: .DJI - Dec 4, 4:59 PM EST
24,290.05Price increase58.46 (0.24%)

Records are being set!

Shopping and consumer confidence are up!
Companies large and small are expanding into 2018!
Now is the time to refresh, reconsider and reconnect your Digital World business and merchant  contacts!
Welcome to New Agents!  You have picked a GREAT time to begin your career in this huge and largely unknown financial sector.
Roadmap to DW residual success coming this week -- familiarize yourself with your personal links in your interface to be ready!
Need more indicators?  -----

Cyber Monday is shaping up to be the largest online shopping day in U.S. history  

Online sales soared to record highs this Thanksgiving weekend, as more Americans used their smartphones and tablets to shop from home.
More than half of the weekend’s online purchases were placed on mobile devices, according to data from Adobe Analytics, which measures online transactions by the 100 largest U.S. Web retailers. Visits to physical stores, meanwhile, fell as many retailers offered the same deals online as they did in-store.
As of 10 a.m. Monday, Americans had spent nearly $14 billion online since Thanksgiving Day, when many companies started their Black Friday sales. More than half of those purchases came from mobile devices, Adobe reported.
The company added that Cyber Monday was expected to be the biggest online shopping day in history. As of 10 a.m., retailers had racked up $840 million in online sales, a 17 percent increase from last year.
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