You can’t really love capitalism without being able to accept chaos (chaos in the sense of “unpredictable, bottom-up, unregulated and uncontrolled,” not the more nihilistic Road Warrior connotation)
Further... unpredictable, bottom-up, unregulated and uncontrolled is deeply disruptive to the status of the elite. If anyone has power, among their first activities is to consolidate their power and prevent others from usurping it. In the status+economics sense, the prime directive of folks with power is to prevent disruptive economic activity that will lower their relative importance. See: GM, Teacher's unions.
This is why the left-libertarians are largely correct. A freed market is the only way to prevent too much power from aggregating in the hands of the capitalists.
I suppose that there's a reason my most memorable D&D character ever was a servant of Arioch. I'm personally simply uncomfortable with orderliness. More order = fewer possibilities for serious improvement. If there's not noticeable amounts of disorder for me to stir and improve...I get uncomfortable. Stable = dead. Creative destruction, important choices with insufficient information, the knowledge that the plans you make today may well be obsolete tomorrow...this is my comfort zone.