The gadgets sooth sayers (also known as industry analysts) are predicting slower growth in holiday electronics sales, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle.
(Can you believe that?)
The sayers note that consumer electronics sales will continue to grow, but not at the pace of previous years.
(Well, the NYSE and "the market" like slow growth.)
The reason: Price drops and the maturing of some gadgets.
Still, the Consumer Electronics Association predicts consumers will spend approximately $200 each on "electronics gifts."
What's going to be under your tree (or other appropriate holiday symbol)?