How many races traded per day?

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eightbo
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rik wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:24 am
Emmson wrote:
Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:16 pm
Today 19 so far incorporating Yank, Aus, Irish & British., if I had risen out of my pit earlier and there was not an IPL T20 cricket game going on, many more. I'm still on my learning curve with the nags.
how come so many small wins and some a lot bigger?
not saying he's done it of course but 1day P&L results are pointless to analyse, only ever half the picture as doesn't reflect risk taken/MAE
i used to have terrible days full of emotional trading where P&L looked pretty but it was heavy -ve expectancy, sample size was just too small to show it
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if you're not clearing 100 mkts every Saturday are you even a committed horse racing trader?
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Once automated and your bot finds favourable positions you trade them all, without emotion.
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gazuty wrote:
Sun Oct 18, 2020 5:11 am
always love seeing your matched bets gazuty, very inspiring knowing it works well for you.
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eightbo wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:55 pm
if you're not clearing 100 mkts every Saturday are you even a committed horse racing trader?
:lol: It was a question that popped into my head but I realise everyone is different. You don't need to trade many markets to make a decent profit.
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gazuty wrote:
Sun Oct 18, 2020 5:11 am
Once automated and your bot finds favourable positions you trade them all, without emotion.

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This would be nice but I wouldn't know where to start with automation.
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eightbo wrote:
Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:55 pm
if you're not clearing 100 mkts every Saturday are you even a committed horse racing trader?
for some depending on their level one only has to get involved at a fraction of that, look at PW’s P/L for a Saturday, sometimes thats a months working wage for some tax free, depending on your circumstances I believe only a handful of markets if you recognise familiar characteristics can be worth your while still, pick on a weak fav with the right bank & stake & that alone can bring a weekly wage for some, one trade a day for £300?, can be done on the right day at the right time
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was just a bit of banter broski
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