Many will go hard, of course most will go home empty handed. If you have picked up on the image then you’ll know I’m talking about the T20 World Cup. This latest cricketing showpiece is being hosted in a country that needs very little introducing to the world of cricket. The Indian culture has always had a love affair with bat and ball so logically to give this Cricket mad country the World Cup made sense to everyone.
The Indian Premier League gets under way on Wednesday, with what should be a thrilling opening match between Kolkata Knight Riders and the Mumbai Indians.
What separates the winnings traders from the losing ones?
If you ask me what the number one thing that defines a good trader is (apart from discipline and bankroll management) I would say choosing good entry and exit points. It is almost an art form because hitting the perfect entry and exit point is near impossible. However, hitting ‘good’ and profitable ones is very achievable if you know what to look out for.
Hi everyone, given that our membership has trebled from 100 to over 300 people this year so far, I wanted to write a blog post to help what are assumedly a lot of newbie traders. (Originally wrote this in January but only just publishing it!).
So, I thought I would write about one of my favourite and most profitable trading strategies, laying at low odds. The reason I want to talk about this is that it is fairly easy to implement and carries such little risk that even if it goes wrong you will not lose much money.
Hot on the heels of the Australian Open Tennis, comes another spell of sleepless nights for the insomniac trader.
A feast of cracking cricket is in store over the next seven (yes SEVEN) weeks as the World Cup gets under way in New Zealand and Australia tonight.
If you are a member of the Betfair Trading Community then you already know about how much money there has been in the group…
If you are not a member…why?
We have been trading so many sports recently and and making great profits.