41 – The percentage of people in England aged between 25 and 34 who own their own home, up from the 36% recorded in 2015. However, that figure is still below the 59% which seen in 2004.
315 – The number of new pubs and bars that opened in the UK in 2019, taking the total number to 39,130. It was the first year since the financial crisis that more pubs opened than closed.
$9m – How much Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa has promised his 6.8 million Twitter followers in the spirit of a Japanese New Year’s tradition. The one million yen prizes, which have been split into 12 monthly instalments, will also form the basis of an experiment into happiness. The winners will be chosen, at random, in a draw.
£1.5bn – How much Disney’s British-based subsidiaries have spent over the last six years on making the past five Star Wars films. Much of the filming, including that of 2019’s The Rise of Skywalker, starring British actress Daisy Ridley as Rey, has taken place at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.
Motivational Quote Of The Day
“What’s meant to be will
always find a way.”
Alternative Quote Of The Day
“Me and my wife haven’t got any savings. Well, we do, but they’re all tied up in Boots points.”
People are spending an increasing amount of their time online at sites like Facebook and twitter. Much of their social life now takes place in the virtual world, but that doesn’t mean that they’ve dispensed with the physical world (and physical products altogether). In fact there’s a growing market for products and services which form a link between the on and off line worlds.
Facebook users can already use their online content to make tangible products like mugs, photo albums and notebooks. A recent addition to what’s possible is Social book, which is a hardcopy 8.5”x 11.5” book cataloguing the buyers Facebook history and content.
The need and desire to convert online content into a tangible real-world product is a trend that is likely to grow. So how might you help people to bridge the gap between the real and virtual worlds?
Today’s National Day
NATIONAL AWKWARD MOMENT DAY!
“HE JUST WON £1,460 IN
Dear Streetwise Customer,
“OMG, Ludlow 3:45…two horses to back. Bott N Brown WON at 25/1 !!! Average odds taken on Betfair exchange 80/1. I backed for £12 winning me £960. Can you please thank Bill for me.”
G.B – 6th February 2020
“Many thanks. Thursday OMG Newcastle 5:30. Special Lady WON 50/1. Won £500. “
G B – 7th February 2020
A couple of weeks ago we wrote to you about The Hermes Strategy, a unique approach to horse racing created by Bill Burrows. I’ve reproduced word for word, two emails I received this week from
one of our customers who tried the strategy for the first time just a few days ago.
He just won £1,460 in two days!
Needless to say, he’s pleased!
Now we don’t get 80-1 and 50-1 winners every day (although it looks like we do at the moment!) but because this strategy looks at the whole thing from a VERY unusual angle, long odds winners come along pretty regularly alongside more mundane wins.
It all adds up to a great second income for anyone able to spend 7-10 minutes a day putting the strategy to work
For full details, take a look HERE
You could very easily be up and running and copying Bill within a few hours of reading about this. Everything you need is at your fingertips.