A Wall Street Journal szondáztatott meg pár közgazdászt a témában. Robert Shiller behavioral economist válasza:
I suggest using it to give an extra-generous tip to taxi drivers. They talk to lots of people, especially active business-oriented people, and they will be feeling more upbeat, sensing that some people are feeling flush, and they will communicate this feeling to numerous people, thereby helping restore confidence. If you don’t take taxis, give it to your barber or hairdresser. They talk to a lot of people too. This will also help people feel that Americans care about each other, not just about rich people.