Well, the dust has settled a bit. As I feared, we’ve voted to leave the EU. Also, the idea that the money saved will be ploughed into the NHS, and that immigration will be greatly reduced because of this have already been denied. Apparently they were only suggestions. Our credit rating is down and our exchange rates are down too - as just about every expert predicted. I will be charitable, and assume that the country took this all into consideration when they voted, and are getting what they wished for.
The question now is what is likely to happen in the future, and how can we take advantage of it all. Bear in mind that our treaties with the EU (and everyone else) have not actually changed yet. And it unlikely to until at least September 2018, depending on when the UK gives official notification that it is leaving.