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It's All Over As "Leave" Wins Brexit Referendum: Markets Everywhere Are Crashing

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47 minutes ago, Mr. Anonymous said:

Show me the sources Charlie.

click that link, it's got the graphs there

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14 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

click that link, it's got the graphs there

Does it also say the markets will be closed on Friday too?

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Just now, Mr. Anonymous said:

Does it also say the markets will be closed on Friday too?

No. But the thread is not about that. I think that has been dealt with already. 

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If you rely on the system then you are at it's mercy when it falters or fails.

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Posted (edited)

http://247wallst.com/banking-finance/2016/06/24/3-stocks-to-buy-now-that-brexit-is-a-reality/

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The Brexit vote will not have any immediate practical effect on much of anything. The UK is not leaving the EU tomorrow, and when markets have time to calm down and remember this fact over the weekend, most knee jerk reactions from today are likely to be reversed.
British and Eurozone banks are at the epicenter of this mess and could be good buys on the dip, but there are also more conservative plays than going right into the main blast radius. Many peripheral European banks that are outside the Eurozone and even outside the EU itself are also plunging this morning with even less of a fundamental reason to do so. These include Swiss and Scandinavian banks, and should be on any bargain hunter’s list today, June 24 and in the following week

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Calm down snd support British independence by buying stock from the right places before the wrong interests do it. They're on a precipice. And if you make a few fiat bucks, so much the better. 

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9 hours ago, octopus prime said:

http://247wallst.com/banking-finance/2016/06/24/3-stocks-to-buy-now-that-brexit-is-a-reality/

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The Brexit vote will not have any immediate practical effect on much of anything. The UK is not leaving the EU tomorrow, and when markets have time to calm down and remember this fact over the weekend, most knee jerk reactions from today are likely to be reversed.
British and Eurozone banks are at the epicenter of this mess and could be good buys on the dip, but there are also more conservative plays than going right into the main blast radius. Many peripheral European banks that are outside the Eurozone and even outside the EU itself are also plunging this morning with even less of a fundamental reason to do so. These include Swiss and Scandinavian banks, and should be on any bargain hunter’s list today, June 24 and in the following week

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Calm down snd support British independence by buying stock from the right places before the wrong interests do it. They're on a precipice. And if you make a few fiat bucks, so much the better. 

Of course it won't, the ones on here running around like madmen shouting fire in a crowded theater are just making themselves look ridiculous.

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