In the UK people drink… a lot.
A popular summer pastime is attending a bottomless brunch – a late morning/early afternoon get together with food (typically classic English breakfast) and unlimited alcohol.
Once things get going, a bottomless brunch can become a bottomless evening, day, or weekend.
While you cannot avoid the consequences of drinking heavily, you can postpone the effects… by continuing to drink.
When people feel themselves coming back to reality, they dose themselves again to avoid the hangover.
But you can’t avoid the reality of the action, and once it arrives, it’s 10x worse.
Everybody wants to have the freedom to do what they want ‘in the moment’ while also avoiding the responsibility of the action over the long term. The appeal of a ‘quick fix’ is just too tempting to pass up for most.
Central Banks are no different.
They want to keep the good times rolling, so they’ve been quick to take action when the economy begins to feel the effects of reality, so they step in again to prevent short-term pain.
No one wants the economy exploding on their watch, so it’s beneficial for everyone to just keep injecting the economy with cheap money.
But that cheap money has consequences.
Misallocation of capital.
Reality is coming, and in uncertain times, we want money with a strong foundation.
When money has a finite supply, cannot be manipulated for the few and can be verified, people must be more responsible.
It also means you’re more adaptable when the ‘hangover’ arrives.
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