Future investment opportunities.
If the doomsayers are correct and hardbrexit happens, I am super concerned for the future in the UK, socially and economically. I also think the US is heading down a bad road.
Say you had 200k to invest, how or where would you, legally, “brexit proof” it?Posted 2 years ago
EU passports, well sort of legal, maybe some willing EU ladies who want to sponsor some UK guys out of the country?
Or wherever JRM puts his cashPosted 2 years ago
jam factory ?Posted 2 years ago
Cycling shirts that look like WWI military clothing.Posted 2 years ago
“brexit proof” it?
Buy to let in Tasmania?Posted 2 years ago
Might be worth buying up rights to fracking locations in Scotland. Presumably undervalued right now due to the ban, but after Brexit will be worth a load more.Posted 2 years ago
Buy to let in Tasmania?
Maybe, but they did just hit AirBnB investors with restrictions tooPosted 2 years ago
Carbon ion batteriesPosted 2 years ago
>Say you had 200k to invest, how or where would you, legally, “brexit proof” it?
The people that have the most money I know around here are setting themselves up with a nice pad in the hills, borehole, solar, poly tunnel. Next step would be body guards/private army for when it all gets a bit Hunger Games.
Not even joking.Posted 2 years ago
Not even joking.
What about trousers?Posted 2 years ago
Companies based in high growth developing economies, or property in emergent cities maybe?Posted 2 years ago
Gold is a little low at the moment
Long long term few barrels of brent crude?.
Medium – Air con suppliers
Given the uncertainty and legal issues a stake in a good law firmPosted 2 years ago
Commercial property in Dublin seems like a good shout.Posted 2 years ago
Cannabis cafes and brothels.Posted 2 years ago
Is that two things or three?Posted 2 years ago
Just the two. 🙂Posted 2 years ago
By the time John McDonnel has finished “dismantling capitalism” and borrowing a 1/4 £trillion for government “investments” this will all be academic since no one will be allowed to have any assets. We’ll all be have nots.Posted 2 years ago
e-bikes 🙂Posted 2 years ago
By the time John McDonnel has finished “dismantling capitalism” and borrowing a 1/4 £trillion for government “investments” this will all be academic since no one will be allowed to have any assets. We’ll all be have nots.
Well exactly, so umm something ourside the UK?Posted 2 years ago
Do what all the billionaires do and short UK stock, and then manipulate the markets using your paid for politicians and influencing the public with your hate media.
Double your money, no problem.
However despite Brexit being a shambles, I’m confident that eventually things will settle down. This country has come through much worse. (That’s even though I voted Remain.)Posted 2 years ago
Just change it to $50k, €50k, £50k & 50k in gold and stash it under the mattress…Posted 2 years ago
According to the experts , places like Vietnam,Bangladesh,India,China ,etc are supposed to have the highest growth rates in the coming years. Tracker fund in emerging markets maybe ?
Depends what your risk/return thinking is.Posted 2 years ago
The guy I sit next to noticed various Chinese funds growing 20%+ over the last few years so he switched a chunk of his pension fund into them a couple of months back, they’ve gone down 20% since…Posted 2 years ago
Put it into something nice and stable with plenty of regulation, like Bitcoin.Posted 2 years ago
Mobility scooters, just look around you at the population, there are an awful lot of them who in the not too distant future aren’t going anywhere without sitting down.Posted 2 years ago
North Korea.Posted 2 years ago
If there is recession in EU/US people stop buying shiny things made in China and everyone takes a hit. Mixed currency pots in challenger banks for safety and simple index trackers seem low effort.Posted 2 years ago
Buy land. They aren’t making any more.
(before the Netherlands really got going with it)Posted 2 years ago
You could try buying a lot of forest somewhere nice and maybe just keeping it as an investment. Land rarely goes down in value and it will be a safe place to camp when brexapocalypse happens.Posted 2 years ago
E30 M3’s, buy two, spend the rest on storage.
Sell them in a couple of years for 10-20k ProfitPosted 2 years ago
USAPosted 2 years ago
UK based holiday property, for example beach front apartments in Blackpool and Scarborough.Posted 2 years ago
The guy I sit next to noticed various Chinese funds growing 20%+ over the last few years so he switched a chunk of his pension fund into them a couple of months back, they’ve gone down 20% since…
We dont even invest there … 😀
Invest locally.Posted 2 years ago
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