As I wrote in my diary on Presidential betting markets, look for the odds on Rmoney to lengthen. That was 2 days ago.
And presto-change-o...bookmakers William Hill have shortened President Obama's odds to win from 1 to 5 on to 1 to 7 on and lengthened Rombot's odds from 3 to 1 to 4 to 1.
In other words, if you bet $10 on Rmoney to win, you would stand to get a return of $40 plus your $10 initial bet; to win that same $40 by betting on Obama, you'd have to bet $280.
Keep in mind: in the almost 50 years that they have been offering odds on US elections, William Hill have never got an American Presidential election wrong.
So long, Mittney; I won't say it was nice knowin' ya because it wasn't. Next time, you might want to run for President of The Cayman Islands: at least you could get your money to vote for you.