The outcome of Brexit remains uncertain and headlines continue to be noisy, but if you read my article in 2016 about Brexit when it was announced, you know that the market always has an answer. The forex market says it is likely “no deal”, and it is probably good news for the British.

What happens if there is no deal? Brexit is ultimately a process rather than a single event. The chart below will help you understand the possible scenarios.

Let’s review what has happened in 2016.

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Ivan Guan is the author of the popular book "FIRE Your Retirement". He is an independent financial adviser with more than a decade of knowledge and experience in providing financial advisory services to both individuals and businesses. He specializes in investment planning and portfolio management for early retirement. His blog provides practical financial tips, strategies and resources to help people achieve financial freedom. Follow his Telegram Channel to join the FIRE community.
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