Passing Through wrote:How many seats in total did Labor lose and did LNP gain in your ''train'wreck'' fantasy oneone? Hint don't quote Gladys she lied. |

Your not the first person to fall for the 3 card trick of including the stake Rusty. Seen many a dimwit do it. I'm sure Doc will see the lighter side of this exchange - a movement in price from $1.14 to $1.18 is in your words "SFA". An increase return of just under 30% is hardly that.]]>

How many seats in total did Labor lose and did LNP gain in your ''train'wreck'' fantasy oneone?

Hint don't quote Gladys she lied.

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Oh dear........

You are certainly no mathematical genius.....

You do realise that prices are based on,or are a reflection/expression of perceived probabilities?

To suggest that the price has moved by 30%, is a complete distortion of events.

But hey,if that’s what makes 4th graders happy, then you stick with it!]]>

No wonder you struggled with Doc over anything financial.]]>

rusty nails wrote:Maths is maths, don’t get angry at me if you don’t understand it. To put it words that maybe you can understand. If you put $100 on ALP on Saturday morning, you’d stand to win $14. If you risked $100 now, you’d stand to win $18. That’s a difference of $4 for every $100. That’s sweet FA. Even if you did it in 20c pieces....... |

I'm no mathematical genius - however i'd back myself against you Rusty. A movement from $`1.14 to $1.18 is the equivalent of a $2 pop easing to just under $2.30 (almost a 30% increase in price). You do realise price & probabilities are 2 different languages don't you ?]]>

Maths is maths, don’t get angry at me if you don’t understand it.

To put it words that maybe you can understand.

If you put $100 on ALP on Saturday morning, you’d stand to win $14.

If you risked $100 now, you’d stand to win $18.

That’s a difference of $4 for every $100.

That’s sweet FA.

Even if you did it in 20c pieces.......]]>

rusty nails wrote:It would appear that you could well be stupid. An easing from 1.14 to 1.18 represents an 87.7% chance reduced to 84.7% chance. You’re obviously still doing year 4 maths with Doc...... |

Is there any correlation with State and Federal elections? State Labor governments kept getting returned all through the Howard era.didnt follow it, what were the “issues” the two main parties ran on over there?]]>