Based on your previous posts I'm of the opinion its safe to assume that your Trading is based on hard stats/form of a horse/s as opposed to Trading numbers or am I way off the mark?
And if so when do you choose to Lay or Back your selection/s? Is it around Lunch time or x mins before the off before hedging? Do you have a preferred time frame to place your bets during the day?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
fuzzer54 wrote:.Guess I'm not the alpha male type, keen to outperform everyone else. I'll leave that to Gordon 'The Riddler' Gekko!
Depends on the runners, numbers, etc. etc. No one strategy fits all. I concentrate on specific races because I know these will be the most profitable and usually the most difficult for the layman and betting market to understand.
I don't really like the combination of hard stats and horses although they are a launch point especially if those stats are used/married with your own stats/understanding of each entry within the market you're analysing. You can make big numbers just cherry picking races and not trawling the available markets each day.
If I've worked out a horse will vastly shorten then I will take positions knowing this fact even if that means backing ante-post. The same in reverse. If I think the market has certain runners incorrectly priced again I will follow suit.
The main thing is that by knowing your way around the market you will already have opened your jaws waiting for others to swim inside.
As traders/punters or a combination of the two we all have one aim and that's to earn money. We are able to do this from the poor judgement of others. The more you know the broader that band of poor judgement becomes for you to milk.
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