14th September 2007
I think I have a busy weekend ahead, so no
rest for me although I have a holiday soon so I am not that worried. I can here
the sea calling me...lol
I see the McLaren/ Ferrari thing came to a head
yesterday with McLaren losing all their constructors points and 100m USD
Although the fine was expensive I shouldn't think it hurt as much
as losing the constructors points although the drivers did not lose their
points and as they are reported to worth around 3 million each then with the
combined total of Lewis and Hamilton being 181, that's still a tidy sum.
Still losing 166 construction points is going to hurt and of course it
means Ferari will win the constructors championship, which appears to be more
important to most teams.
Well hopefully the whole thing can be put to
bed now and we can get on with racing.
everyone, Nat here again from
TSF e-zine, obviously I
couldn't have done too bad last time as Malcolm has asked me to write a regular
piece for the newsletter.
Trading is very diverse, there are many
different strategies out there that can be applied to a multitude of different
sports. I couldn't begin to try and cover them in this article although I will
be doing my best to include as many as possible in the
tsf e-zine over the
One strategy that I use when trading football 'in-play'
is to back under 2.5 Goals after there has been a goal. Quite often there will
be an over reaction in the market. In a very short space of time that over
reaction quickly gets rectified. It's a pretty easy process to pick up a good
number of ticks anything upto 10 ticks is common place and some times a good
deal more. Timing is key, you don't want to enter the market too soon before
it's finished drifting, but at the same time you don't want to get involved
when the retraction is starting to stall and end up staying in far too long in
the desperate hope of picking up a minuscule amount of profit, only for another
goal to be scored and leaving you trading out for a loss. Each match is
different, my advice is to take note of as much action as you can, watch how
the price moves, then when you are confident that you can make a profit. Play
with very small stakes and gradually increase them as your confidence and
profits begin to grow. Oh and if you do get caught out by a goal, take the loss
on the chin, you don't want to be gambling on there being less than 2.5 goals,
if a goal goes in TRADE OUT there will always be another opportunity to trade
just around the corner!!
I've been asked to write a little on timing,
when to enter the markets, exit them etc, sadly not an easy question to answer
of course, generally if I'm trading football I only tend to use the 'in-play'
markets and I will happily trade the entire game (depending on the strategy I'm
using). When trading cricket I'll normally stop trading about two thirds of the
way through, that maybe a little over cautious, but things can get a bit hectic
towards the end of a match and fortunes can be won and LOST! Not my style,
little and often thank you very much. When I trade the pre race markets (for me
that's US racing or Greyhounds I tend to look for opportunities from something
like 10 mins before the off and like to finish trading a minute or two before
post time. I'll be writing a good number of articles on timing, stop losses,
stakes etc, in future editions of the
Anyway, that's enough waffle from me for one day, until next time happy trading
and don't forget to check out those unders markets!!
Fillies selection won again yesterday.
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bought the ebook you can also sign up for their tipping service.
I mentioned The
Not good reviews I want to pick up on this one next
Is there a difference between trading and
If there is what is it?
Next week I will have a
By the way if you get offered a new trading bot over the weekend
that "Gurantees you winning trade..." be careful, Gurantee is a strong word and
although you can win, you can also lose (I will gurantee that), you will have
to, it is just part of what we do!
Have a great weekend.
Guest Selection - Brian's and Graham's win tips.
Brian and Graham's
win tips are shortish priced but very consistent.
Chepstow Barliffey Betfair Price 3.6 4th 7/4
19.00 Wolves Miesko Betfair
Price 3.95 2nd 6/4
Here are today's (win bets)
Doncaster Tobosa 1.5
16.45 Bangor Notre Cyborg 1.86
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