That's right cooking - the market will take a big short-term hit, creating a fantastic buying opportunity.
Listen, the UK and EU already have the same trade regulations so '7-10 years of trade negotiations' just isn't realistic - we already meet EU trading law/regulations.
The UK's trade regulations will stay the same, making it much easier to agree new trade terms with the EU - 12 months tops (probably less) and we will be in the single market from outside the EU - the panic will be over and markets including BKIR will triple/quadruple in the short to mid-term.
You say you are voting out because some things matter more than short term monetary loss. A few weeks ago you posted "I am praying for a Brexit- what a buying opportunity that would create" No problem making a monetary gain!!!!
about the outcome of the referendum and hope that Mr Mc is correct in his assertion that life as we know it will continue and perhaps get a little better, with no mass Banking Brexit from the city with all those thousands of jobs.
Now I am going to stop speculating and concentrate on my swing and putting - have put an extra ounce and a half into the head of my driver and it now feels as though it's mine because I am getting more distance and a straighter flight but have had to sacrifice my draw swing.
Since its not Rugby - well done Wales tonight - bye bye Russia.
Bank of England are worrying about a leave and not increasing interest rate, paddy power have shortened odds.. I need to top up but share price rising???! There doesn't seem to be any logic to it, can anyone explain it to me?
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