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What am I doing wrong? Afternoon, This morning I tried my hand at trading. I have traded before but didnt find it worthwhile and gave up.
When I first dabbled with it I came up with the following rules: Target profit is 1. Slow and seady wins the race 2. Identify only 1 horse per race. No need to run before i can walk 3.
Study the market and Use the graphs to identify a specific patern in a horses prices before entering a trade 4. Back with a view to lay only to begin with to limit liabilities 5. Exit point is 3 ticks difference to entry point. Even if that means a small loss- its better than losing my whole stake 6. Exit 60 seconds before the off no matter what. After watching a few videos and reading some sources I have added to the above with following: Now, after putting that in to practice I am having an absolute mare: Every trade i seem to make goes against me.
I am watching the graphs of all participants looking for any movements, Im looking at oddschecker for any movement in prices from the bookmakers. Can anybody give me any advice on how i can improve? The best advice I can give you is, understand the markets and read about technical analysis. Or scalping takes place in a short time so the main trend has less sense? Ill put another question out there, what are other successful trders: Sadly, I don't think the successful guys are going to give their strategies to us.
Of course it helps knowing about technical analysis for scalping. Ive obviously been doing something wrong, has anybody got any links to any material on the net or posts on forums that they found helped them? Search for adam heathcote, jack birkhead and sam wilson. Some of the stuff they say might be helpful for you. I'd say take it slow, be patient, learn the basics, keep reading blogs and information about stock trading and technical analysis. Some of the stuff applies to betfair horse-racing trading, and other markets.
Also read the posts for newbies here on the forum. I was in the same spot you are now in january last year. It was all new to me, I spent a month eating every bit of information, even thought about studying economics just to understand price flow better: Of course you don't need to study economics, just need to be very smart and be able to understand complicated things. Video's section of the forum has lots to look at, if your not sure keep the stakes small for the moment Start off not by trying to win but to keep your losses as small as possible.
Condition your mind to accept a one or two tic loss and scratch trades quickly if the market is not moving the way you deduced. If after a month you are making a profit, not fooling yourself because you've let a few go in play and have got lucky, from pre race trading you should have picked up on movements that repeat themselves and if you've got into a strict habit of accepting losses quickly you should be feeling confident of moving forward. You may be trying to do too much. Switch the additional graphs off and concentrate on the ladder.
Like Chuck has said, look at the markets until you are sick of seeing them, and , then, look at them some more. Small stakes and take losses early as said immediately above this post. D Sadly, I don't think the successful guys are going to give their strategies to us. Learning to trade in January is not a good idea.
The races are crummy quality usually , and there is little real punter money about. Try restricting yourself to Saturdays racing card and see if it improves for you. Spend a few months watching and learning the markets before you give yourself a strategy to implement.
Don't have a target profit. Your target for the day should be to trade to the best of your ability and make good decisions. Don't pressure yourself into making money in such a short time frame, trading is one long session, from your first trade, to your last, not a race to race day to day proposition. Some days you will make lots, some days you won't, some days you will lose. Can't disagree with that. Watch a few, identify the best one that fits in with what you want.
But then, after you trade out, keep looking if another fits better now. Depends on how you wish to go. Do they really show what is about to happen? Certainly watch what is happening, but the most important thing that is happening, is where is the money being matched right now. Use liability mode and your liability is the same.
In fact, the higher the odds, the lower your liability using this staking. It is the best for staking as you are always trading to the exact same level. Obviously not as important if you are taking 1 tick, but if you are going multiple, certainly the best indicator. Also, if you want liability, this will do this regardless of the odds. Layers liability, only way I trade.
You need to study for your entry point. Exit point should be no different. You should be constantly analysing the market. If the market goes against you 3 ticks and you still think it is going to go up, then why trade out for a loss?
Your exit point should be an evaluation of what is happening at that time. If you can't be trusted or think that quick, then sure, have a set rule. But every trade is different. Well, what happens if a race is delayed?
Is any UK race ever actually on time? You should have pictures, and stop when you think the race is a certain time from jump. These are merely my opinions, not suggestions on how to make money.
Spend a few months watching and learning the markets before you give yourself a strategy to implement Along this process, I would add get yourself a 1TB extra drive record get CamStudio or something like that on it everything you watch.
You'll have the benefit to be able to walk away for a few mins, stretch yourself, go pee, drink some water, refill the tea cup, etc. Save it in a Word or Excel file, whatever.
Start to work out strategies according to what you see, you'll have the advantage of slow motion, rewind, see the stuff again, etc. Keep track of some paper trading but do not rely on it! As sessions go by see if you can make any use of some charting mumbo jumbo. I'd suggest to start to use plenty of them, up to sickness, and then skim out what you don't feel is gonna help you. Try different set ups and time frame until you find what suits you best If you really can't help the itch And remember that what works smoothly with a 2 quid stake won't go as easily with my 2 cents.
Brilliant read it somewhere. Well, the only difference I have with most of these guys, is that I guess I am more adverse to risk. I really don't understand the point of getting out at 1 tick every time. I mean, the market is noise. If the market moves your direction you are guaranteed to lock in your 1 tick profit, if it goes against you, you aren't guaranteed to get out at a 1 tick loss, often it will go straight through. Given that the market is noise, if you identify something as going up, then why get off before you identify it as stopping or turning?
In saying all this, I predominantly trade gappy markets, so the tight high volume markets aren't really what I concentrate on, but I believe in the theory of what I am saying They could go further right hand wise and downwards, but that's not the point. If you take those 2 figures it would appear that one can profit even from noise Here's an example of a note sheet i use: Thought i'd do a neat one, just for y'all.
It's just an example, modify to whatever works for you. I found this whilst searching through some of the other threads. Failing that, has anybody got any suggestions on how to make a sheet like the one above? A link to other post: Hi Chuck each table is set to to a different amount of ticks' profit see the top wide header: They become meaningful if one is able to state what one's figures are on average. Then if your ticks again on average of gain are 3 or more you're doing fine: