Do you dry your clothes on hangers? It's a good way, easy to dry, easy to keep in the cupboard.
Sometimes, however, you run out of hangers, then you look in the cupboards. Maybe you find some, maybe not. Some hangers have broken, you've thrown them out. You buy a pack of new ones, until the next wash.
Money circulating in the system is just like hangers for a wash. In the nature of a double helix or a snake, this is a concept I stumbled upon, and very relevant to economic activity and monetarism.
Just like a few extra hangers are needed occassionally, a little amount of money is needed in the system every now and then. Once that is there, everything ought to be working smoothly again. That is the nature of the Quantitative Easing (introducing money into the system) or Credit Easing (allowing for easier borrowing, from what the name implies).
I have sought a loan or funding from Angels, without much response so far.
I thought Royal Bank of Scotland is a bank that likes to say Yes to clients with sound business ideas. I have written to them, but received no reply so far after three weeks, not even an acknowledgement.
If businesses don't get the necessary backing, the economy will flat-line.