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The Paradox of Thrift - explained
If I save, I'll end up better off. But if we all save, we'll end up worse off. In fact, if everyone tries to save more at once they'll end up saving less than if they'd never tried.
What's good for the parts isn't good for the whole cos when we all save more, we spend less, so there's less demand for goods and companies make less money. They pass on that lower income by cutting jobs or pay - so there's less income to save out of - and, other things being equal, less saving.
Keynes has his critics but that's his Paradox of Thrift.