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  1. Tomas

    6.3. Liquidity

    Liquidity is amount of money involved in the market. More money means higher stakes you can use or the easier you can get out of the market. When do we reach what I call “perfect liquidity”? It’s the time when a lot of money is going into the market all at once and orders are filled quickly. It’s when you can get out quickly with big stakes. The most important week of the year is the Cheltenham Festival. Watch these races in Geeks Toy and you’ll see what I call perfect liquidity. During this week, I always break my records. On the other hand, there are events like evening racing at Down Royal in Ireland, where you have a hard time reaching earnings like with Cheltenham. Keep this in mind. Different events attract different liquidity. When you finish trading on Cheltenham, don’t jump directly to Down Royal with similar stakes (in the case you’re using high stakes). I’ve made this mistake a few times, and believe me, it can hurt. What am I trying to say? Always adapt to each market, race, and time of year, week or day. There are a lot of variables to consider and you have to be flexible when adapting. Just knowing these facts will help. The more money involved in the market, the more you can usually earn... If there is more than £100,000 matched 10 minutes before the start of the race, there is usually good liquidity on the race. This number has proven to be a rough indicator of how much money will be traded on a particular race. < PREV | HOME | NEXT >
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