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Early Odds Trading

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I have already seen a lot of charts for racing.

Almost always at the start of the chart there is a sharp drop in the odds on all horses.

This is very similar to the pattern - the market opens, bets on horses come in and prices fall relative to the original prices.

Then the questions are:

1) Is it realistic then at the start to simply bet against the victory of the horse and then get a good profit on falling prices?

2) If the first is real, then how do you know when to open bidding for a race?

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13 hours ago, shreik said:

I have already seen a lot of charts for racing.

Almost always at the start of the chart there is a sharp drop in the odds on all horses.

This is very similar to the pattern - the market opens, bets on horses come in and prices fall relative to the original prices.

Then the questions are:

1) Is it realistic then at the start to simply bet against the victory of the horse and then get a good profit on falling prices?

2) If the first is real, then how do you know when to open bidding for a race?

I have never did this early trading but I have seen other people doing it. So yes - everything is possible, as long as the price is moving up and down, there is a room for profit. Every trader has to find what suits him best. If you see a potential/edge in this area, go and do it. 


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