The Public’s Fear as a Cheapest Source of Money

The public’s fear is the cheapest source of money. But, it is also the hardest to get.

(Customer cash kept in banks is just lent out, and the public keeps cash when it’s too fearful to take a risk with it beyond a high interest savings account. Or, they’re stuck with the wrong people in their lives, who corrode their risk appetite.)

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