Evil Knievil: Ebullience under pressure

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Evil Knievil: Ebullience under pressure

William Hill (LON:WMH) report this morning. They are doing very well. It is a mark of a well run business that it shows ebullience under pressure. WMH does this.

Unlike Coral who gave me an online account. I turned £1,000 into £1,100 only to learn that my account had been frozen. I sought to withdraw the £1,100 only to find that since my account was frozen there was no means of withdrawing money due to the account holder. Really, these people are hopeless.

Metro (LON:MTRO) has also reported this morning for the six months to 30th June. These results are bad and probably questionable – MTRO have merited this before. Although there is theoretical asset cover it is impossible to reckon how MTRO will come through Covid. MTRO should be sold.

Finally, I suffer from hay fever. So my wife replaced the flowers on our main table with plastic orchids. But ten years on they need dusting. Apparently, the answer is face oil.

Comments (2)

  • David Rawcliffe says:

    Do you still feel Caribbean investment holdings are a buy, or have they had there run ?

  • Richard Y says:

    Almost every online bookmaker lets you lose. However as soon as you start winning they then restrict your bet sizes down to such a small amount that makes it pointless and in practice you can then never win your funds back, even in the unlikely event that you could turn the losses around. I can’t understand how this is not completely illegal. It can only inevitably be a lose lose situation (if you want to take regular serious bets and not just small fun bets).

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