Original-Soultrader wrote: ↑Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:40 pm
This week this might not happen - I'm seriously considering NOT trading cheltenham and just observing. (it might be difficult lol)
I've been watching Peter's video's on the festival and I don't really understand how you can trade a market that doesn't move much. It seems you need to be trading a grand a time to make it worthwhile and I just don't want to do that at this point in my journey.
Any advice here would be appreciated.
With small stakes, Cheltenham will soon become very boring for you and you'll likely end up losing just through trying to force yourself into doing something.
If you are going to trade it I'd recommend using Betdaq (software is free) as you'll get matched a lot quicker.
Alternatively, you could just look at the support cards, there is usually still some good action on these with quite a few good opportunities, they tend to benefit from some overspill of festival money even with most of the big hitter focusing heavily on Cheltenham