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28 June 2017: Why Machine Learning Trading Models Often FailOK…this is a short Bloomberg article from last year but it’s still interesting because: See Why Machine Learning Models Often Fail.
27 June 2017: Out of Touch? Moi? Glarrstonbury Says it AllOur second favourite idiot is back (it will be difficult to knock The Donald off the top spot).
Yes, BoJo, old etonian and all-round buffoon, is proving he’s a man of the people and definitely not out-of touch-by calling it Glarrstonbury.
Even f****** David Davis is laughing at him:
Editor’s comment: It’s not difficult to see how Jez Corbyn, a man with daft 1970s policies, ran rings round these clowns as the election.
12 June 2017: Perfect Example of How Spread Betting Can HurtThe UK election has served up a big surprise.
It’s the perfect example of how spread betting can hurt.
9 June 2017: Ouch!Forget the 90 seat majority the spread betting markets predicted yesterday… the Tories have lost their majority.
I guess we (cough) ‘May’ have to update the image of Theresa laughing on our politics page.
8 June 2017: Election Day UpdateToday’s election market prices are here.
The Tories are forecast to have a healthy 90 seat majority.
6 June 2017: Election Spread Betting PricesThe basic story of the UK election markets: Also see our guide to politics spread betting.
Below, UK election markets as of 2.15pm.
Labour Seats Quote Still Climbing
1 June 2017: Conservatives Making a Mess of the ElectionIs this the worst Tory election campaign ever?
We’ve also added the latest election spread betting charts here.
The chart isn’t pretty if you’re a Tory
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