Free eBook – Beginner’s Guide To Betfair Trading

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I wrote this eBook and offer it free to those who are totally new to the concept of trading on Betfair, or those who have heard of it but are not sure exactly what it is, how it works, or what the differences are between betting/gambling and trading.

The differences between trading and betting are huge, and they are extremely important to understand. I take no more risks in my trading than you do when buying a car. I think too many people approach Betfair trading the same way as they would approach a “flutter” on the Grand National. I hope this free guide helps people see some of the building blocks underneath what I do as a trader and why we must take it as seriously as any other serious and profitable business.

This guide will walk you through the entire subject of trading, the concepts involved (edge, value, risks) and even covers the subject of software and why it will help you automate your trading as much as possible, and why it’s crucial to leveraging as much green out of a trade as you can. Many people spot good trades but don’t bank as much profit as they should, or in some cases they see the profit pass by as they become emotionally involved, then watch the law of averages take it away again. This can really make trading feel like a struggle when it otherwise could have been easy. Some simple mental rules are all it takes to be the difference between a losing trader, and a winning one.

This difference separates those who are throwing money away at the weekend before going to work to earn it back again, from those who win such regular money that the day job is put to rest and this becomes their new full time ’employment’. Tax-exempt employment, I should probably mention!

I spent quite a lot of time producing this, so I hope it is useful regardless of your experience level. Some full time traders have learned things they didn’t know from this guide, so even if you feel you do understand the concepts fully, why not have a read anyway and see if there were any holes in your knowledge? It’s FREE after all!

Please use the download link below. There is no charge, all I ask is that you Like or Share this page to unlock your free download…

 

Facebook Kills CommunicationIf you do not use the above social networks (good for you, we’re a dying breed!) you can still receive a copy by subscribing to my free e-zine below. You can unsubscribe at any time, I detest spam and I NEVER abuse, sell, rent or do anything else with your email.

You will receive email alerts when my trades are announced or new methods are published here on my site, you will not get emails for any other reason. One-click unsubscribe links are available in all emails. If you don’t even want to subscribe, just contact me and I will email you a copy of the ebook myself 🙂

 


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Free eBook – Beginner’s Guide To Betfair Trading — 39 Comments

  1. Hi there, I have shared this on Facebook but it still appears locked. I do subscribe to your emails. Can you please email me a copy of your ebook?

    Thanks

    • Sorry John for some reason my email system is stripping the attachment each time I try and send. I will keep trying but in mean time if you are in a hurry, you can sign up to the email form, click to verify, then you will get the ebook and just click unsubscribe at the bottom of the email or I can manually unsubscribe you. That will get you it immediately, but I will hopefully get this sorted when i speak to my host later.
      cheers

    • Hi Mark, sure you can but I can’t do it for you as I use a Spam-protected service, so I can’t falsely sign people up, you have to do it. If you see the form in right hand sidebar of site, you can sign up with your email there and will then get all updates via email. cheers

    • Hi Keith, I can’t subscribe you due to anti-spam rules. If you enter your email address in the form on the right hand side of this page, you can subscribe that way and the ebook will automatically be sent to you.

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