- published: 11 Jul 2014
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Markets that bookies love you betting into. Watch this video from our chief handicapper to avoid these punting pitfalls!
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In a special edition of Form Factor Hugh and James Willoughby give you some expert advice for your punting and here, the pair discuss betting markets. http://www.attheraces.com ------------------------------------------ Don't miss out on all of the latest action, keep up to date on our social media channels for breaking news, competitions and prize giveaways. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AtTheRaces Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AtTheRaces Google+: https://plus.google.com/+attheraces Get all the latest betting news, offers and odds at http://www.attheraces.com/
Bet365 http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/Bet365-financials.html offer a reasonable range of bet types on a 3 major markets - the FTSE 100, Wall St, and major currency pairs. This variety gives the punter a fair bit of flexibility in the majority of market conditions. There is no downloadable version of their software, so all bets have to be placed online. One main advantage of the site is that it allows you to bet on currencies without having to outlay too much cash. If you wanted to bet on currencies via a forex or spread betting platform, you would need a considerably larger amount of cash to cover your margin. And obviously with the safety net of fixed odds betting you are not going to lose anything other than your original stake.
Normally one would imagine that the betting markets should usually be the most accurate predictor in terms of the probable outcomes of events such as elections given that there is nothing that focuses ones mind more then putting ones own money where ones mouth is, which clearly the pollsters NEVER do given that they tend to be consistently wrong AND tend to publish polls that range all over the place so that after the fact can point to an outlier poll to imply that they got the election result right when in reality they most definitely got it very badly wrong! However, the bookies and betting markets have been just as wrong as the pollsters for several major elections from the Sept 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum, to the UK 2015 General Election to the 2016 EU Referendum, and of cou...
Bet Angel costs as little at £6 a month - Try Bet Angel for free - http://vid.io/xchd Why not compare which Bet Angel is best for you? - http://vid.io/xchx . I've seen a lot of people complain that low liquidity makes it difficult to trade a market. But in fact the opposite can be true! In this video we use the Betdaq version of Bet Angel to trade an illquid market quickly and easily.
Previously we had looked at how US presidents nearly always get two terms:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-60rzvdUVE and noted how the betting markets had Trump as odds on to not win in 2020. So we bet on him to do so since history suggested that was the more likely outcome? How have the betting markets moved since?
Looking for cheap LAY entry points in the game betting market
In this video I talk about market efficiency in sportsbetting, and why some markets are more efficient than others. For those of you interested in checking out the lines or betting here's the link: http://goo.gl/YhLIQ
See the full blog post: http://caanberry.com/supply-and-demand-universal-market-forces Support and resistance is one of the most obvious places to start in trading. Although it's often overlooked quite quickly within the moment. Here I empty my head, along with a short recording of a position within the markets this afternoon...
The betting markets have moved with a clear remain signal. Much like for the scottish referendum where betfair paid out 3 days before the actual vote! We just wrap up since the vote is over as far as we are concerned. There will be one more video on this topic looking at social media and whether we could forecast the result based on it. That'll be done closer to the vote if not on the day itself? http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2016-brexit-watch/
Clinton has regained some momentum with odds of winning jumping from 70% to 75% on the betting markets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0SX4L_gfLs&index=10&list=PLzRrMgm_AaNUE2f8QhtuGHVxW5PUSmx8z This is not big enough to break a trend so the direction is unclear. Looks like a 50% fibonacci retracement which is healthy. The Polls are still within error: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/president/us/general_election_trump_vs_clinton-5491.html The most recent one giving Trump the lead BUT more have clinton in the lead than Trump and the average is within error so it's a coin toss. The No Toss Up has Clinton in the lead but it is still all down to Florida since if just that swings to Trump then he wins and that is too close to call. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/20...
Tobias J. Moskowitz, the Fama Family Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, studies asset pricing, portfolio choice, risk sharing, market efficiency, real estate markets and finance, empirical corporate finance, and the business and analytics of sports. In this talk to MBA students, he examines the market for betting on major sporting events to see what lessons can be gleaned that might apply to the financial world. If you experience technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
http://calvinayre.com/ - Becky Liggero talks to Keith McDonnell of KMI Gaming about YoBetIt.com, a sports trading platform, and why its a good fit for the Asian market. Check out other Calvin Ayre videos here: http://calvinayre.com/tag/video
Natalie Rydström from Oddsmarket.com previews the Europa League Finals match Liverpool vs Sevilla playing on Wednesday 18th May 2016 and highlights the best betting odds and free football match tips with guest Stuart from TisperHQ.com. Find detailed game breakdowns and odds comparison: http://www.oddsmarket.com Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/OddsMarket
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