Why (not) to worry about 'Brexit'

  • Brexit, in my humble opinion, points to the tension, isolationism, nationalism and fear in the world.
  • Angry public sentiment has consequences, some good and some bad.
  • Work on what you can control. Don’t spend all of your money on a new car; save as much as you spend; grow smartly and make sure you have a nest egg.

We all know now that Brexit is not the name of a new breakfast muffin being served at Starbucks. Yesterday, UK voters voted in support of a referendum to decide whether the United Kingdom should leave or remain in the European Union. The anti-EU supporters won by 52 percent to 48 percent.