From Adam Smith's 1776 The Wealth of Nations, referring to the uncoordinated ("invisible") private incentives in a free society, which direct resources to their highest valued use, leading people to voluntarily produce the goods and services that other people need.
Alternately, a hand job performed in public, but concealed by a strategically placed garment.
No need to have a Supreme Soviet planning commitee enslave me and tell me how many shoes to produce, the invisible hand of the free market will coordinate production!
I put my jacket on my lap, and she gave me some invisible hand right there during the concert.
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