Not all our current uncertainty is a result of the EU referendum. We worry increasingly about things that never concerned our parents. Will Donald Trump be US president in November? Will the combination of rocketing property market and burden of student debt mean that you’ll never be able to afford downpayment on something bigger than a lock-up in Willesden? Is it more financially wise to keep your money under the mattress rather than entrust it to a bank following warnings from NatWest that it may charge customers for depositing their cash? Is it worth saving at all now that negative interest rates are being considered? Possibly worst of all, following a spate of murderous attacks across Europe and now Japan, we’re increasingly uncertain about our safety when we go beyond our front doors.