People are proving economists 'wrong' -advisor

U.S. retail sales unexpectedly rose in September in part as more expensive motor vehicles boosted receipts at auto dealerships, but there are fears that supply constraints could disrupt the holiday shopping season amid continued shortages of goods.

"I think we're in a period where people are proving economists wrong. The reality of it is people are flush with cash," said Kamen.

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