A brief note

on Brexit

The volatility in the markets following the Brexit vote although alarming, was entirely expected and is a natural reaction to the uncertainty the vote has caused.

We can understand the kneejerk reaction for some is to panic, but it is important to remember that your investment is for the long term and that short term dips in the stock market, however dramatic, will recover over time.

Many highly experienced fund management groups are of the opinion that the long term future remains good and below is a link to an interesting blog from the highly respected fund manager, Neil Woodford, which concludes that the opportunities are still attractive for those who can see beyond the current uncertainty.

Neil Woodford’s Initial Thoughts on Brexit

If you have any queries or concerns that you would like to discuss please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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