The title says it all, watch the video for the answers to the problem!
You will hear a lot today about Thiem facing the toughest test in tennis, beating Nadal on clay at Roland Garros. Nadal has only lost twice in his 80+ matches at this tournament, once to Djokovic and once to Robin Soderling (remember him?). For me the most incredible statistic about Nadal's success is that this is his 11th final and he has won all 10 before this. To win every final of a Grand Slam 10 times in a row is an incredible effort.
There's gold in them thar hills!
At BTC we know lots of our members are from a matched betting background. This article is specifically for you so that you can identify the challenges of transitioning between the two disciplines.
Pressure, pressure, pressure, pressure… it is pretty inescapable. As a result, it is well documented that stress levels in everyday life have been on the rise for many years. Whether the pressure comes from home life, work life, or our own heads it exists and can be seriously stressful to deal with. At times, the relaxed care free life that some of us dream of (including myself) can seem a million miles away.
Let me define the two distinct types of pressure:
Converting advice and good trading tips into real cash
Part 1 – 10 Tips to learn trading Patience
A lot has changed in the past 25 years, as technology has kept moving forward at a rapid rate information and knowledge is widely available instantly just through a quick ‘Google’ search. Our media is easily accessible through on demand TV, no longer do we need to tape anything to watch later.
If there is one truth in the trading community it is this, people who are given the same info and help will still get wildly different results in their trading.
We see it on a daily basis on BTC, Twitter and betting sites.
For Pro's it is easy to forget why this happens and sometimes hard to understand how two people who are given the exact same advice can have opposite outcomes. However, it is important to remind ourselves how easy the common mistakes are to make!