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Postcards featuring the World War II British slogan "Keep Calm and Carry On" are seen outside a newsagents in London, on 24 June, 2016. 
Britain voted to break away from the European Union on June 24, toppling Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing a thunderous blow to the 60-year-old bloc that sent world markets plunging.

Two Lessons Investors Can Take Away from Brexit

Judging by the speed of how the stock market fell after Brexit, it appears that most investors have been very panicky and sold their stocks holding. The interesting thing is that a lot of “experts” suddenly came out with a crystal ball— some say volatility will remain high; some say there will be a contagious effect; some say financial crisis is coming again…
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AK: Letter from a Filial Young Man

Young people often feel invincible. I am not saying that it is a bad thing but it is important to realise that we are not really invincible and that life will throw problems in our way.

How to Get Out of Debt and Salvage Credit?

In the last article, we talked about how to build your credit and not spoil it. We ended off with the point about not closing your account with outstanding debts as it will earn you a big black patch in your credit history.


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