Making the most of more uncertainty

The UK's referendum decision throws up many unknowns – investors should watch central banks closely.

Summary: The Brexit throws up opportunities for investors as markets tumble, but there are a number of issues still to play out: including how the EU negotiates terms of trade with Britain, how central banks execute looser monetary policy, and the US Federal Reserve's response. 

Key take out: It will take weeks or months to get a handle on what Brexit means for global markets, but in the meantime investors can look to assets that outperform in times of uncertainty, ie. Gold and bonds.  

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