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Archery1969
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ShaunWhite wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 7:28 pm
Archery1969 wrote:
Wed Jul 29, 2020 6:26 pm
I have perfected a uniformed way of knowing which dog will shorten in price by using 1 key indicator which remains constant from when it’s first signalled.

It’s so simple that if you explained it people wouldn’t pay £0.99p for it.

But it works race after race....
We all look forward to you posting a picture of your Lambourgini, parked next to the Pagani, just to the side of the yatch that's swarming with dolly birds. :)
Your be on my Yacht though Shaun. :)
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Greyhoundz
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Wed Jul 29, 2020 8:12 pm

Sportinglife doesnt use GNG, correct? Are you guys including gng to check?

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MemphisFlash
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Fri Jul 31, 2020 9:18 pm

My interface now has built in strategies, working on more,
Can change at the press of a button




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towelfox
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Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:01 pm

Looking good Memphis. Are you sticking with graded races or doing opens too?

I've avoided open racing so far as there's a bit more to think about but maybe that's even better?

Archery1969
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Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:47 pm

I been lurking on some forums and came across the following for those that trade dogs but it would probably work on the horses too.

bp = selections back price
sv = selection volume
mv = market volume

v = (((bp * sv) - mv) / mv) * 100

if v > 0 then TP = 1 and SL = 3
if v < 0 then TP = 3 and SL = 1

Obviously you can substitute those numbers as you wish but if v > 0 then you want a tight TP and wide SL and likewise if v < 0 then you want a wide TP and tight SL etc.

So, whats the theory behind this then:

1. Money coming in for a selection will have a greater effect on its price movement if initially its volume was low compared to the market volume.
2. Money coming in for a selection will have a lesser effect on its price movement if initially its volume was high compared to the market volume.

Does it work, well, have a go with minimum stakes or use practice mode, whichever you prefer, although the former will give you a better idea of how it actually affects prices etc.

And remember, when opening trades, don't take the prices on offer, ever.

Greyhoundz
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:11 am

Yes, maybe I got a good strategy too, time between 1st and 2nd is important but need a little detail to include, as you said very simple and will down greyhound price, will continue trying in test-mode.

AlexisMartin
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:25 am

Archery1969 wrote:
Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:47 pm
I been lurking on some forums and came across the following for those that trade dogs but it would probably work on the horses too.

bp = selections back price
sv = selection volume
mv = market volume

v = (((bp * sv) - mv) / mv) * 100

if v > 0 then TP = 1 and SL = 3
if v < 0 then TP = 3 and SL = 1

Obviously you can substitute those numbers as you wish but if v > 0 then you want a tight TP and wide SL and likewise if v < 0 then you want a wide TP and tight SL etc.

So, whats the theory behind this then:

1. Money coming in for a selection will have a greater effect on its price movement if initially its volume was low compared to the market volume.
2. Money coming in for a selection will have a lesser effect on its price movement if initially its volume was high compared to the market volume.

Does it work, well, have a go with minimum stakes or use practice mode, whichever you prefer, although the former will give you a better idea of how it actually affects prices etc.

And remember, when opening trades, don't take the prices on offer, ever.
You are an excellent double agent for the bet angel greyhound threads!

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MemphisFlash
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Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:19 am

Let's get to work

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MemphisFlash
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Sun Aug 02, 2020 8:48 am

Working on 18 different strategies at the touch of a button
with this little beauty.

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towelfox
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Sun Aug 02, 2020 9:23 am

I'm getting there. Working on some smoothing for race comments to get a better handle on a dogs true ability and likelihood of running into things and not paying attention at the start etc.
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