In Running Racing
Wednesday July 17th 2019
Join us in Leeds for a group training course looking at In Running Racing.
9:00am — 17:00pm, on Wednesday July 17th, all refreshments and lunch provided
To register interest in a place at a discounted price of £349 (usually £479) drop me an email at [email protected]
This will be closed once 20 people have signed up.
Join me in Leeds at a quality venue for a group training course looking at trading in running on the racing markets
This is how the day will run.
- Foundation principles of trading
- Trading environment
- Common reasons for failure
We then get into the nuts and bolts of getting a solid foundation to build on.
- Understanding probability
- Why is probability important
- Why is trading software important
- Research and analysis
10.30am Coffee break.
- Horse racing
We go through all of the strategies that will be in use, how they work and when to deploy them
- Money management
- Mental approach
- Things you must do to succeed
We look at graphs, which horse to trade, swing trading, scalping, price movement, signals, crossover points, resistance points and every aspect of a racing market.
1.30pm to 5.00pm Live Racing
I will be live trading the markets, showing you exactly how I make £10 to £50 a race both pre race and in running.
5.00pm to 6.00pm Q & A
I will show you anything specific you want to know. I will answer all of your questions.
We will then head to the bar for a quick drink and any further questions you may have. That drink will of course (as always) be on me!
You will receive the same presentation you are shown on the day, and additional material that will be demonstrated as it is required.
Why attend this course?
This is an opportunity, to see live, how to trade horse racing using manually and using minimal automation, both before and during the race rather than simply betting on them and hoping they win.
You don’t need a huge bank to get started. Trade with as much or as little as you’re comfortable with.
This is not about finding the winner of every race. This is nothing to do with which horse wins, in fact you don’t even need to know much about racing at all, if anything!
Who should attend?