Near misses, close finishes and above all, hard luck stories come thick and fast in this game. The cynics will sneer and point out that picking a few horses in a single race obviously gives you a better chance of winning, but a lower return Who cares if it takes two, three, four or even five horses to achieve that win.
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Get up and running by following these five easy steps: Betfair App Directory App Directory. Great explanation above BTW. As you can see by the questions I am still in Dummy stage.
I happened upon your site as I was looking into trading at some point. I have been matched betting for a good few months and had the initial offers dry up so wanted to attempt something different but in the same sphere.
I just wanted to say thanks for your clear no nonsense articles and videos, they are helping me no end, and I have downloaded GT to use in practice mode to get used it.
Am glad I stumbled across this page. However Caan, seeing the way you so successfully operate your own business outfit, I am massively impressed and intrigued with the whole methodology to do with horse racing price trading as a whole and am determined one day to give it a try as and when I am able to set some money aside to enable myself a fair crack at it.
Thanks for the feedback. Some may not have the aptitude for sure, but I think many underestimate how much they can change and improve.
I put myself in that bracket, after all — I started life in McDonalds and with nothing but time…. Firstly, I have to thank you for all the written articles and videos made in regards to trading on the exchanges.
Now with winter looming opportunities are fairly limited from my betting activities point so I decided to get into Trading.
I am no newcomer to racing and understand that studying is all part of pre-trading after all some horses do have their quirky ways, some more so than others and it is up to us to spot and make notes of these and make use of them.
This week I begun to trade using Geeks Toy on BF, but just for small stakes I have made a few errors but in the cold light of day they were happy accidents as they will not be repeated and have not affected my mind-set.
This brings me onto one issue that I seem to be having. Yesterday, Friday I placed an investment on a particular runner that in my view would be the winner of a certain event and I had decided to maximise my profits by during the lead up period to post time I would trade the second and third favs, providing the market prices were favourable to make trades.
Investment placed, traded done and now they are off. So I waited until it was well into the green then pressed the button at the top where it turns white once it is greened up and retracted my finger, then to my absolute horror it turned red and then white.
It was well into the green when I pressed the button and I am at a loss as to how it turned red during that time?
From all I have read it was my understanding that it was the right button to press if greening up was intended. In hindsight I should not have tried to green up as I remained certain that the horse I had placed my original investment on was still going to win, it did.
I am aware that you have stated in one of your videos that one should not mix betting and Trading. I fully understand that and it is something that I would not usually consider doing, however, I understood in theory what I was doing when attempting to green up, but obviously not in practice.
We just never stop learning! Hello Sir can I trade with my phone as I do not have a laptop. I really want to create another source income to fund my dream farm in Nigeria.
Again can you be my mentor as I am a novice in sports trading. Please I await your response. Your email address will not be published. Does this software only work on BetFair?
Could you highlight the differences with BetAngel? You have to place the counter-bet, for example if you backed twice, lay once.