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Emmson
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Gutted that as soon as I levelled up a flurry of scoring shots ensued. :x
Emmson
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Only 71.5 million matched, this deserved to be a 100 million market.
Emmson
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Nathan Lyon may be on the slide now as a top operator!
Emmson
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F*ck me! do not put the tie on the table!
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abgespaced
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Emmson wrote:
Tue Jan 19, 2021 7:16 am
I'm OUT
Well done. I got healthy greens on Aus & India, but couldn't read the draw for the life of me. Any tips?
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abgespaced
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megarain wrote:
Tue Jan 19, 2021 4:54 am
Draw graph - Tea day 5

draw price up to Tea day 5.jpg
What about this graph stands out to you?
Barrakee
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Aside from my home team not winning, one hell of a test match and performance by India. One for the ages. I hope Paine doesn't get on social media for a few days.

From a trading POV pretty good match for me, back at work today so couldn't commit my full attention but still managed to be up for the day. I still make poor trades by wanting something to happen rather than trading what I see. My best trades are when I sit on my hands and then recognise when the market has got emotional rather than taking a position based on what I think is going to happen in the game. The learning process continues
Emmson
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abgespaced wrote:
Tue Jan 19, 2021 7:57 am
Emmson wrote:
Tue Jan 19, 2021 7:16 am
I'm OUT
Well done. I got healthy greens on Aus & India, but couldn't read the draw for the life of me. Any tips?
Just keep following test matches and what the draw is doing and also never take weather forecasts for granted.
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megarain
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What about this graph stands out to you?
The draw went above and below2.0 10 times before Tea on Day 5, and I imagine another 5-10 times in the carnage afterward.

A basic bot would have done pretty well. I will try post the final graph in a week or so.

I have never understood the point of posting P/L without turnover. I traded something like 2m, with a 1% or so profit - but was always losing heavily on draw.

1-2% profit on turnover is a decent achievement.
sionascaig
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I couldn't take the heat & bailed early - got too caught up in the excitement of the game - really enjoyed it though )
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