1st October 2016
In the most obvious way possible, Q3 2016 has been unlike any quarter any of us have known. Bizarrely, in most other ways the ‘Brexit quarter’ has been business as usual. The 23 June tremors have, to date, been considerably less shocking than those that were felt after 15 September 2008. Less than 12 months after we established Middleton Advisors the Lehman Brothers collapse provoked what is routinely described as ‘the worst economic crisis in living memory’. We thrived then, and we see plenty of reasons to be positive in the current climate.