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No-deal Brexit: why your investments could soar in value

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    No-deal Brexit: why your investments could soar in value

    A no-deal Brexit could boost the value of your investments, experts have said, as expectations of a cliff-edge departure from the European Union grows.

    As Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to come to a decision with European leaders on the question of the Irish border, among other issues, at the same time as fighting off rebellious backbenchers in her own party, a no-deal scenario is becoming increasingly likely.

    But would leaving the EU without an exit agreement be such a bad thing for your investment portfolio?

    This is the second in a five-part Telegraph Money series looking at how a no-deal Brexit scenario could affect your personal finances. Read the first in the series to find out what...
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    No-deal Brexit: why your investments could soar in value

    Could I had been wrong to vote Remain?

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    Originally posted by AtW View Post
    A no-deal Brexit could boost the value of your investments, experts have said, as expectations of a cliff-edge departure from the European Union grows.

    As Prime Minister Theresa May struggles to come to a decision with European leaders on the question of the Irish border, among other issues, at the same time as fighting off rebellious backbenchers in her own party, a no-deal scenario is becoming increasingly likely.

    But would leaving the EU without an exit agreement be such a bad thing for your investment portfolio?

    This is the second in a five-part Telegraph Money series looking at how a no-deal Brexit scenario could affect your personal finances. Read the first in the series to find out what...
    Register for free to continue reading this article

    No-deal Brexit: why your investments could soar in value

    Could I had been wrong to vote Remain?
    Is the article based on research from Somerset Capital Management? And does it apply only to people like Jacob Rees Mogg who have moved most of their investment into the EU?
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      #3
      In summary, the article says the ftse 100 will rise due to Sterling falling after a no deal brexit. Which I agree with.
      However what will really power the market is the ending of the uncertainty of brexit. The market hates uncertainty.

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        Originally posted by AtW View Post
        A no-deal Brexit could boost the value of your investments, experts have said, as expectations of a cliff-edge departure from the European Union grows.
        Your aunt could grow a set of bollocks and become your uncle.
        When freedom comes along, don't PISH in the water supply.....

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