Shocking many, Britons voted to exit the European Union by a narrow margin on Thursday, ushering in a period of anxiety as experts think through the ramifications of this historic referendum. Around the world, traders reacted to the uncertainty as they typically do by selling first and thinking later.
It’s perfectly normal to worry during periods of market volatility, and we know you have questions about how the Brexit may affect your investments. In this video, our Associate Investment Advisor, Josh Robb, explains what this means for us in the United States, and what you should be doing as an investor.
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