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Re: [thread split] Rees-Mogg, Somerset, Brexit profiteering

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Some people might be bothered by that, and I think the initial calls of hypocrisy were because he is very pro-brexit and the benefits it brings to business, whilst simultaneously trying to divest as much of his business offshore (including to the EU in Dublin!) as possible.
So they says, one should not diverse its portfolio and neither use hedging to reduce risk, but rather should go all in no matter what?

Edit: or are they implying that, when Brexit is a huge success the economy of the EU and the rest of the world will crumble and fall to ashes and thus it is foolish to invest aboard?
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