Trading strategies

Manic Monday

Manic Monday

It’s one of a handful of manic trading sessions you see during the year today. There are 620 runners on the card today and 54 races. Sounds like heaven, but it can be hell. The markets are just often not strong enough to do anything with. You often get a lot of donkeys out and […]

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An intriguing prospect

An intriguing prospect

It wasn’t a surprise to see Newbury abandoned yesterday or today. When I went out on my mountain bike it was tough going and getting worse. I immediately felt the meeting was under threat. It was a surprise however to see the meeting shifted to Chelmsford City! The meeting and the course seem incompatible, but […]

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Craven meeting

Craven meeting

We have just started the Craven meeting at Newmarket. With deference to the TV presenter, it’s not named after him but instead an early supporter of Racing at Newmarket. Yesterday we had the Nell Gwyn an interesting character. How the Craven trades I prefer to know whether I’m in a good market or a poor one. […]

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When it’s good to see Red

When it’s good to see Red

European clay court Tennis, Racing at Newmarket, the Grand National behind us; spring is definitely here! We are now on the cusp of a lot of major sporting action. The Monte Carlo Masters Tennis is a signal to start dusting down things for the French Open. The European clay court season is upon us and […]

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The Flat is back

The Flat is back

Today marks the traditional return of the flat turf season. So that means the end of the footy season is near, the Grand National is right upon us and the first Golf Major of the year is also here. Time to really start building up your activity! The Lincoln has been going since 1859 and this […]

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Trading Horse Racing

Manic Monday

Manic Monday

It’s one of a handful of manic trading sessions you see during the year today. There are 620 runners on the card today and 54 races. Sounds like heaven, but it can be hell. The markets are just often not strong enough to do anything with. You often get a lot of donkeys out and […]

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How evening racing is different

How evening racing is different

We have now started the evening racing in earnest and it won’t stop till the end of August. So you have four months to make hay while the sun shines, not forgetting we are in the England, so it won’t shine much. However, there are at least four different states that you see in racing during […]

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A day at the races

A day at the races

After many years sat behind the screen. I’ve been making a conscious effort recently, to actually get out and enjoy some of the hard earned. But also I’ve been keen to experience first hand some of the sporting venues I’ve traded. This was another year when I declined an invite to the Cheltenham Festival, but […]

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Craven meeting

Craven meeting

We have just started the Craven meeting at Newmarket. With deference to the TV presenter, it’s not named after him but instead an early supporter of Racing at Newmarket. Yesterday we had the Nell Gwyn an interesting character. How the Craven trades I prefer to know whether I’m in a good market or a poor one. […]

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When it’s good to see Red

When it’s good to see Red

European clay court Tennis, Racing at Newmarket, the Grand National behind us; spring is definitely here! We are now on the cusp of a lot of major sporting action. The Monte Carlo Masters Tennis is a signal to start dusting down things for the French Open. The European clay court season is upon us and […]

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using bet angel

Using Bet Angel – Walkthrough videos

Using Bet Angel – Walkthrough videos

I’ve had quite a few requests for, a simple to view, list of videos on getting started with Bet Angel. So this week I’ve uploaded an entirely new play list for – getting started, the one click screen and the ladder interface. These videos are not my normal videos, but instead they are shorter and […]

11/03/2016 | By | Reply More
New version of Bet Angel – 1.42

New version of Bet Angel – 1.42

I was searching the Blog this evening to point somebody to the additions we made in the most recent version of Bet Angel and realised I hadn’t posted it. It was posted on the forum, but not here. So it seemed logical to post it here as well! Download the latest version of Bet Angel […]

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Using Advanced Automation on Bet Angel

Using Advanced Automation on Bet Angel

We receive a lot of requests on how to create rules using our Advanced Automation feature. The creation of a rule is a fairly simple process provided you apply basic logic to it. We always advise clients to write down their requirements in logical statements describing the process. You must bear in mind the software […]

14/07/2015 | By | Reply More
Today could be your independence day

Today could be your independence day

Happy 4th of July to our American users. Hold on we don’t have any (yet)! But the independence I am talking about takes a slightly different slant anyhow. When we first designed Bet Angel it was a very simple one click interface. As time evolved we branched the product out to include more and more […]

04/07/2015 | By | Reply More
Major new release of Bet Angel

Major new release of Bet Angel

It’s Wimbledon and just in time, we are delighted to release another new version of Bet Angel. This version builds on recent releases to expand the scope, scale and capacity of the Tennis live scores feature. Key changes Alongside some minor updates, the major component of this release is the ability to trade Tennis automatically from […]

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Trading football

Will Leicester really stuff the bookies?

Will Leicester really stuff the bookies?

Lot’s of PR, sorry, I mean talk, from the bookies recently about how much they will pay out if Leicester win the title. But is that a reality? My worst bet ever! Here is a confession – I will lose money if, when, Leicester win the title. But I have to say it will be […]

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Discounted opinion in sports trading

Discounted opinion in sports trading

Here is a little-discussed aspect of trading, discounted opinion. First let’s explore what it is? Discounted opinion pre off When a market is formed everybody has had a prod a what the odds should be. In some markets, this is obvious; in others less so. But generally, a convergence appears. Unless there is any significant […]

27/02/2016 | By | Reply More
Echo’s of 77

Echo’s of 77

Leicesters heroics this season echo me back to a period in English football when the impossible happened. The 1977/78 season. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1977%E2%80%9378_Football_League Liverpool were the dominant team and had been for some time. Then out of nowhere popped Brian Clough and Nottingham Forest to storm to the title. Of course back then things were a bit […]

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Hope the Cheltenham trials are rubbish :)

Hope the Cheltenham trials are rubbish :)

Sorry for the provocative headline, but I’m not able to trade today. It will be the first time in over a decade that I will miss the highlight of January. So I hope it’s rubbish 😉 If you are trading however, good quality racing will great you today at Cheltenham, Doncaster and Fairyhouse; it should […]

30/01/2016 | By | Reply More
Option to profit

Option to profit

Been nosing at the Derby vs. Man Utd FA Cup this evening with interest. Man United are about evens for the match and playing away. This struck a chord with me. First off, everybody knows how bad Man Utd have been recently. Their last 11 home games at half time have been 0-0,0-0,0-0,0-0,0-0,0-0,0-1,0-0,0-0,0-0,0-0. OK they are […]

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