...you'll always get what you've always got.
I like this old adage. It's one of those that keeps me motivated to seek the new and to overcome obstacles.
It might be, and I emphasize might, that I may have overcome another hurdle.
Recently I joined another pre race horse trading service. A service that seemed to offer something a little different and a little more involved than the myriad others available. Essentially, the service provider acts as a mentor. Regular interaction with critical and constructive feedback, I have sent a video which my mentor has then watched, pin pointed my weaknesses and given numerous pointers to avoid the same pit falls, I shall do the same again later this week. Now, had you asked me yesterday morning how much this new service had given me, I may have said relatively little, I've only been using it for a week but, yesterday afternoon, I set up my desk to have a Geek's Toy pre race set up on one PC and an in-running Geek's set up on the other, flicking to the latter at the official off time. It was a good day. Confident and comfortable, I really enjoyed my in-running trading, which was evident in the Camtasia video I watched at the end of each day, an exercise I do to eradicate silly errors.
Camtasia is not installed on the machine that had the pre race set up so, whilst I was sure the pre race trading had gone fairly well, I didn't really know how well, until I looked at the afternoon's P&L on that account.
Of 17 races, 14 were traded to a profit and the day ended only £0.24p short of my 3% of bank target. I am excited for today's card...
Yesterday's footy was decent. I posted West Ham for some strange reason but meant Reading, which went as expected. I was scalping 0-0 on that and Southampton to cover, but the Saints went ahead on 74 minutes. A nice green on both. The Benfica dutch was set & go and returned a very nice green.
The only downside on the night was a HT 0-0 lay at Birmingham, which didn't come off. A second half lay of 0-0 got back that red.
Not keen on either of the CL games or the FA Cup replay. I shall be LTD at West Ham today.
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Whatever you trade, stay green.