Against a backdrop of political turmoil, the stock market has been remarkably sanguine. After diving on June 24, the FTSE 100 index ended last week at 6,558, its highest level this year.
The FTSE 250 index, which has a more domestic bias, closed at 17,249, below its pre-Brexit level but still well up on the start of the week.
However, the outlook is more uncertain than it has been for years. It is unclear who will be running the country, our relationship with the EU is ambiguous and the impact on the economy is hard to predict.
Adventurous investors believe there are long-term bargains to be had at times like these, so Midas has selected a few that should be able to survive and thrive through the current storm.