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mugsgame
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Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:24 pm

Wainwright wrote:Really appreciate what you're doing Mugs, thoroughly enjoying the vids & the blog - great stuff :D
Glad you like, makes it worthwhile :)

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mugsgame
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Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:27 pm

Groovyelms wrote:
mugsgame wrote:I know you fellas love watching others make complete fools of themselves, so I decided to treat you to a laugh.
My Youtube channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/MGEducational

Please keep the abusive comments to a minium :mrgreen:

I have to say I watched them back from behind the sofa. Didn't realise how sloppy I had become. Scared me to death!

I am inspired by the Adam Todd videos from way back. Possibly the best betfair trading videos ever made. I have them saved somewhere. brilliantly funny. He doesn't swear as much as me though :)
Anyone else seen his vids?
Thanks Mugs, very usefull, informative and appreciated. Adam todd was really funny in some of those old vids...
keep up the very good work
luck to all groovy
His trading was crap, but I loved his banter. I swear way more than him though :oops: :oops:

Iron
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Fri Mar 01, 2013 3:03 pm

mugsgame wrote:I know you fellas love watching others make complete fools of themselves, so I decided to treat you to a laugh.
My Youtube channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/MGEducational
Brilliant!

BTW, what have you done to that angry guy who use to chew out newbies? Was he visited by three ghosts at Christmas or something? :lol:

Jeff

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mugsgame
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Fri Mar 01, 2013 3:55 pm

I wasn't that angry.......was I? :)

Iron
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Fri Mar 01, 2013 4:05 pm

You came across as pretty angry sometimes! :lol: But sometimes people don't come across as intended when communicating online. When I was at university, I used an online debating forum, and a mate of mine once said something to me like 'You're alright Jeff, but Ferru's a ****!'. :lol:

Anyway, it's water under the bridge. :)

Jeff
mugsgame wrote:I wasn't that angry.......was I? :)

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mugsgame
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Fri Mar 01, 2013 7:36 pm

I put a video up showing my Bet Angel graph settings. A couple of people asked me about them so here is the link.
http://www.itsamugsblog.co.uk/education ... -up-guide/

I am getting lots of questions about Bet Angel. So I am very happy to promote this great product to the "outsiders" lol

Iron
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Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:09 pm

Hi Steve

Just been watching a couple of your videos.

Am I right in thinking that your style is generally to trade with the trend, trading fairly low priced horses and letting your profits run whilst cutting your losses?

Jeff

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mugsgame
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Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:24 pm

Ferru123 wrote:Hi Steve

Just been watching a couple of your videos.

Am I right in thinking that your style is generally to trade with the trend, trading fairly low priced horses and letting your profits run whilst cutting your losses?

Jeff
Basically, yes. But it's a bit more instinctive I guess. My entry/exit points appear more random than they actually are. But trying to explain in detail every discussion while your processing all the info coming in is very hard.
Watching back the videos myself has been very worthwhile. It's hard not to be over critical in hindsight.
I think the whole process is fairly simple really, but it's easy to get bogged down this the mechanics of it. If you look at a graph of all the horses in the race before you start, which gives you a snapshot of the market. You can see roughly where things may go. It's certainly not foolproof. As there are so many random variables.
I think you have to find you niche and what works best for yourself. This way seems to work ok for me.

When I get a chance I intend to take a video and break it down into tiny pieces and try to explain properly exactly whats going on. Think that will be a good exercise to go though and may help some.

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Fri Mar 01, 2013 10:31 pm

Thanks Steve.

If you get a race that is better suited to scalping than swing trading (say, one where the fav is trading at 6.0 and none of the key horses are trending strongly), would you give the race a miss?

BTW, it's interesting to hear you expressing uncertainty in your videos about what the market will do next. I think some people assume that pro traders have some secret knowledge that tells what will happen next (or manipulate the market to make it conform to their will!). And as I am full of uncertainty and conflicting thoughts sometimes, it's reassuring to know that I'm in good company! :lol:

Jeff

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Sat Mar 02, 2013 12:50 pm

just stumbled on your blog, superb. dont know how you find the time and motivation but, glad you do. hope it goes well in the future. :)

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