This has happened every previous cycle. When mining becomes less profitable, the hash rate declines and difficulty declines until it reaches equilibrium. Currently 1800 BTC are being created every day, but when the next "halvening" happens I wouldn't be surprised to see an increase in price as all of a sudden the same amount of demand is competing for half the daily supply (900 BTC).
If you look at past cycles, the "halvening" has precipitated many BTC bull runs.
You side step explaining why you think your money should be magically worth more over time.
The question is whether there’s still 2.4 or 1.2 billion in new cash to add every single year until the next “mooning” which if were using your own expectations will be followed by an equally horrific crash.
Why would we use that kind of thing as a currency?