Financial markets were high ahead of the Brexit vote, as polls showed a certainty of Remain. OK.
After the Leave result, markets took a dive, what with the unexpected outcome and proclamations of impending doom. With ya so far.
But, the world having entirely failed to come to an end, markets have more than made up their losses in the last few days. Aaaaand?
The central bankers are now talking about even more stimulus and lower interest rates in order to bolster market confidence in the post-Brexit era. Wait, what?
When all you have is monetary policy....
Oh, well. This crazy inflation of asset prices benefits me, as long as I get out before the music stops.