They could.....if Cheltenham wasn't fresh in the memory.
The upset is all due to people not understanding the difference between a bookie and the exchange.
If you think you know enough to open the hood and tinker with the engine to get a few more horsepower, then of course you're going to wave goodbye to the reliability.
Exchanges are the pro end of the business and totally unsuitable for most people who have only had experience of punting through a broker (ie a bookie). It's like a granny selling her British Gas shares by going in the bear pit rather than going to the post office.
It's all tickertyboo until you get eaten alive. Boo hoo.
Nobody with sufficient understanding and sensible backup exchange precautions will have suffered much.
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