betfair trading strategy
Anyone who has been around Betfair Trading Community for a while will know that one of the first pillars of advice we give our new sports traders is to master one sport at a time before moving onto another one. The four main sports we cover are football, tennis, horse racing and cricket and we will do a piece on each sport.
Most of our members will know that laying the draw in football is one of our favourite Betfair trading stagtegies. We have had success for it on Betfair Trading Community for the past five and a half years that the site has been running. So today we will share the 5 key secrets to how we have success with this trading system and how you can also!
You will hear us mention time and time again that Betfair trading is all about gaining an edge and hammering that home time after time to earn money over the long run. Sounds easy right? Well it is, as long as you can find an edge. Fortunately, we have software, training and pro traders on hand to help you find one. Today I want to talk about one edge I have used to my advantage over the years and is usually pretty easy to spot and take advantage from, I call it - 'Historical Big Club Bias'.
Simona Halep (Romania) v Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark) - Australian Open Women's Final, 8.30 am UK time, 27th January 2018:
If you saw the picture for this post it has some vague relevance that I will get to later on. If not and you are attracted to women then it may be worth checking out on the blog homepage!
The battle for the first major of the year and the world number 1 ranking comes down to this. A potential classic is in store for us here and I will go through my trading notes with you so you can potentially have an edge on the market.
Betfair trading is a career in which we need the help of software, most pro-traders use lots of different software sources to apply their Betfair trading strategies and techniques, we are no different.
Reflection is a key part of a successful trader's learning processes, like with any other profession, we have to take time to analyse and assess what has been going on over the past year. I did a blog post last week about new years resolutions, if you have not yet seen it check it out in the blog section on site.