NFL Trading Week 4
Colts v Jags (BBC2)
Hello Betfair Traders,
So I have been testing some football betting theories and strategies for a month now and am still having very good results. Watch the video here to see how it is going and exactly what I look for when testing Betfair trading strategies.
We are ever so close to the brand new premier league season! Are you excited? If you are anything like me a football mad fan and a trader I am sure you are. I am more excited this year because I've got the power of the BTC stats behind me to really make a cracking profit on the football trading!
Watch out Betfair!!!
The Overs/unders markets are one of those markets which are very popular among bettors and traders alike. People are worrying now (because of their popularity) that it is getting harder to find value on these markets but I am here to tell you that you can still find value and I do on an almost daily basis.
One thing I think every serious sport trader has faced is how tricky it can be to fit trading around your everyday life. When every trader starts their journey they will have to add trading to a likely already packed social schedule. Well the good news is that it does not have to be one or the other. Some compromises may have to be reached but there is no real reason that both sides of your life cannot work together in a seamless way.
Thanks to Paul Green for bringing up today's topic, he asked a question about compound interest and I realised this topic is well worth a blog post.
If you have not read my bankroll management blog post then I seriously advise you to! https://betfairtradingcommunity.com/en/blog/bankroll-and-bet-staking
But anyway on to today's follow up:
I have lost count of the amount of times over the years I have heard this, in fact if I had a pound for every time I’d heard it I would've doubled my bank.
Hands up who still gambles…. me too. Whether you are a new trader cutting your teeth, or someone who has multiple years of experience, there seems to be a taboo about gambling. I realised pretty soon after starting my trading journey, that gambling/betting was seen as too risky, or in other terms, not sustainable - is that true?