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AAII’s Charles Rotblut offers his thoughts to investors about the recent ‘Brexit’ vote. Given the outcome of yesterday’s referendum, which calls for Great Britain to leave the European Union, the question is what’s next? The only honest answer right now is "we don’t know." From the standpoint of investors, particularly those of us here in the United States, the best move you can make for your portfolio is not to react. There will be those who will make forecasts, but just a few months ago, there were many who also predicted the Federal Reserve would announce four interest rate hikes this year. Crystal balls simply do not work, especially when it comes to predicting what the financial markets will or will not do over a given period of time... HIGHLIGHTED EVENT: Want to learn more about investing? Attend an AAII Local Chapter Meeting near you...

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