2008-12-08

Forcing Trades And Discovering Sports To Trade On

Hello,

here is an overview of my last trades:

Trading Soccer

soccer

All in all I forced the trades. The first match Mgladbach v Leverkusen went against me and I took the stop loss. I did not want to finish the day with a loss, so I put on more trades without having prepared them pre match, a beginner's mistake!

Total loss trading Soccer: -11.82

Trading American Football

nfl

This match was difficult to trade. Pre match I expected NYG to win this match. After the first half I had a risk free 6€ bet on NYG, but they lost the game and I made no profit.

Total profit American Football: +0.09

Trading Biathlon

biathlon_pursuit

At this weekend I had a look at the winter sports market on Betfair. General I am not interested in winter sports, but biathlon seems to be a good sport to trade on. A race lasts ca. 45 minutes and the way the odds move suits my style of trading. I will have a look at biathlon the next weekend too. Maybe I have found another sport to trade on during the tennis off-season.

Total profit Biathlon: +5.22

Stats so far:
Loss since last update: -6.51
Total loss this month: -6.51

I do not want to chase this loss, but if there is a good opportunity I will put on some trades.

That's it for now, have a nice day!

Cheers, Loocie

4 comments:

Scott Ferguson said...

biathlon is a brilliant sport to trade, just keep laying the favourite because it keeps on changing constantly!

Loocie said...

Hi Scott,

thanks for dropping by. I hope the liquidity raises during the season, because itt is really a good sport to trade on.

Cheers, Loocie

Betting man said...

how do you mke the screenshots of betfair? it really adds nicely to your posts! good luck and good health in the new year!

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Loocie said...

Hi Betting man,

thank you very much for leaving a comment. I am using IrfanView (visit http://www.irfanview.com/ for further information) to create screenshots of Betfair. It is free ware and easy to use.
I wish you all the best too!

Cheers, Loocie