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6.7.15. Last Traded Amount

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As with Weight of Money and Spoofing – people tend to follow the money. If there’s a big amount of money that’s matched, you have another indicator of the next move. In this case, genuine activity is reflected in the market – money that’s really matched matters a lot. For example – if there’s a Backer trying to match a £10,000 bet, the market will usually follow him and the price will go down.

You can switch on Last Traded Amount in the Ladder menu > Visual Options > Last Traded Amount:


Switching on the Last Traded Amount indicator

The Last Traded Amount is an important indicator for me. I can see what is really happening in the market and how big bets are really matched. It helps me understand real activity and remove manipulators from it. These numbers of how much is being matched also help me with setting up my stake for the market. If there are many big enough bets being matched, I can increase my stake because my bets will be matched quicker. On the other hand, if the market is lazy, and no real bets are matched, I can’t use higher stakes.


Last Traded Amount – a £100 Lay bet was matched @4.5


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