Oh Wales of course! Already on at 11/4 for the Championship and to beat Ireland on Sunday. Having had a great WC with our "c" team owing to all the injuries and now back to 90% it's a no brainer! (Cough cough!)
Also fancy Scotland to turn over the English who may not have recovered from the WC debacle and field an untested squad. Mind you I need to recoup losses suffered backing the frogs in the WC!! Latched on to Ricky just in time for the Phoenix golf and so far doing the business. Swerved Mr K who cost me plenty by tieing 3 last time, that's proving a good call! Could be a profitable w/e?
If I stick £6k on Wales i will recoup G losses, can raise the cash but I'm not as brave or foolhardy as I once was but am sorely tempted! I'll wake up in a minute and see that's a lousy bet. Keep my powder dry for another day but that's my aim this year to recover G losses as the sp won't accommodate me, other avenues beckon!
Up on the wk (14) does not look that great but it's the first closing up wk of the year! That has reduced losses to 52 or 31% ytd.Oil has lost 8% and the ftse 350 0G is c 2% up. With the Dow on another downer it's impossible to make heads or tails of sentiment as it swings from euphoric to depressive in a heartbeat. I guess it's heads down and get out the prayer mat for the foreseeable.....unless your day trading the swings? Tieing payments to the OP will make us more dependent on that indices than ever before as the recent payment converted to only 3 pps! Still so far so good and I think the risk /reward ratio favours the longs and especially the very low cost producers with cash in the bank, no pressing need to repay creditors and turning a small profit. Have a good w/e all and here's to another up wk 6!
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