Like (nearly) everyone I am reeling by the decision. Trying to make sense of it all in my head.
Emotionally and Idealistically an independent Britain free to make it's own deals with the world and with full control over it's border sounds great. The worry is the uncertainty of whether the UK govt. will be able to deliver this. Of course this also puts in to question the whole EU project. Many other countries are very Eurosceptic, Holland, Denmark & Italy. Now they have seen a Brexit will they start looking for a Hexit, Dexit and Iexit ?? May be this is what is needed to reel the EU back in and turn it back in to what it was originally designed for, a bloc of countries free to trade as one market without tariffs. Only time will tell
Who knows what the future holds. For definite there is now a period of uncertainty. Looking on the bright side (if there is one) uncertainty makes for good money making opportunities.
Looking specifically at BKIR I am heartened that after an initial drop at 8am it is now back to almost .22. I still believe that this a good price for this and that fundamentally the bank is in a good place.
Yeah, congrats Brexit all right. It wasn't the result I hoped for but I secretly admire the Brits for voting that way. I suspect it was mostly ordinary working class people and areas that swung the vote. It's democracy working well. It's a brave fresh new world and I'm thinking glass half full rather than half empty. Some volume traded here today.
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