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Compare exchange trading software, Bet Trader, Bet Angel, and Marketfeederpro

Exchange trader software is the ultimate addition to any serious betting exchange trader. Let’s Compare Bets reviewers have given feedback on various aspects of Bet Angel, Bet Trader, and Market Feeder Pro. This review will compare exchange trading software using features, user interface, advanced trading options, free subscriptions and more. Use the comparison table below for a quick comparison of the best Betfair trading software reviewed.

What the review found was that each trading software company has something different to offer people who have experience with bet trading on Betfair and Betdaq, or want to start learning exchange trading. The following sections describe the main advantages for experienced traders and novices. For an in depth review of Bet Angel, Bet Trader Evolution, or Market Feeder Pro click the review links from the table.

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Compare exchange trading software, Bet Trader, Bet Angel, and MarketfeederprounratedEditor2015-11-11 07:21:45Exchange trader software is the ultimate addition to any serious betting exchange trader. Let’s Compare Bets reviewers have given feedback on various …
Betting exchangeCompare exchange trading software, Bet Trader, Bet Angel, and MarketfeederproExchange trader software is the ultimate addition to any serious betting exchange trader. Let’s Compare Bets reviewers have given feedback on various …
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BetTrader Evolution Review

Here is the next installment of the exchange trading software review series and its time for a review of BetTrader Evolution from Racing Traders. This review will compare BetTrader Evolution to it’s peers, such as Bet Angel. BetTrader evolution has been designed with the same aim as the other exchange trading software reviewed here, namely, it’s there to help individuals trade markers on Betfair for profit.

A key different here is that BetTrader Evolution is tailored made for Betfair, and is in fact sometimes called Betfair Evolution for that reason. The founder of the software, Adam Todd, decided to design the software because he managed to make a substantial amount of money from scalping horse races on Betfair. Initially BetTrader evolution was designed only for scalping on Betfair, but, later evolved into software to help trading the Betfair exchange in general.

Scaling on Betfair involves repeating a series of quick trades to make small profits from volatility in odds. It is most suited to UK horse racing markets 10 minutes before the race starts. This is when most money enters the market and causes the odds to shift around.

Let’s compare BetTrader to Bet Angel to see how one may be more beneficial than the other. One difference is that BetTrader runs from an internet browser which means it’s possible to trade on any computer. Whereas BetAngel is stand alone software and must be downloaded. This shouldn’t make much difference to most people. The makers of BetTrader recommend using the FireFox or Chrome browsers to run the software.

BetTrader has all the features that you would expect from good exchange trader software. Like BetAngel the software does have a direct link to Betfair and has fast refresh rates. This is very important especially for scalping horse racing markets. There is an option to use the ladder view or grid view for trading and one click betting is standard. Generally speaking BetTrader share a lot of features with BetAngel. For example, the ability to hedge a position so that the a profit is guaranteed no matter which outcome occurs (called ‘greening up’), a host of order types like fill or kill and stop loss, and charting features.

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BetTrader Evolution Review3.2857142857142856Editor2017-01-04 14:34:31Bet Trader software has been designed by a Betfair trader who made money from scalping on Betfair. His experiences have gone into developing Bet Trader software for Betfair to make scalping and trading on Betfair easier and more cost effective.
Betting exchangeBetTrader Evolution ReviewBet Trader software has been designed by a Betfair trader who made money from scalping on Betfair. His experiences have gone into developing Bet Trader software for Betfair to make scalping and trading on Betfair easier and more cost effective.
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Betfair scalping trading techniques explained

Trading horse races has long been a way for enlightened betting enthusiasts to make profits on Betfair. Most horse race trading strategies on Betfair mean that the trader needs to learn a load of stuff about race courses, trainers, horses and jockeys. The hardest thing with trading horse races on Betfair is having to predict which direction a horse’s odds will move. It’s refreshing to have another option when it comes to trading horse races on Betfair where you need to know nothing about the horse, the race, and jockey… zilch, nada, nothing.

“I’m going to say something which seems paradoxical in some ways – but I became a good scalp trader when I realised that you can’t really predict which way the price of a horse will go.”

A quote from Wayne Bailey a successful Betfair scalping trader.

Scalp trading is pure trading. The scalp trader does not need to predict which way the market will go. It’s a numbers game. It’s all about getting more profitable scalps than unprofitable scalps. On Betfair there is no shortage of scalping opportunities. The trick is to find the best scalping strategies to repeat in order to profit from movement in the odds.

Founder of Racing TradersAfter turning a trading bank of £200 into over £100,000 by trading short term price fluctuations of odds on horses in UK horse races Adam Todd (pictured) created scalping software for like minded people. Get free Betfair scalping software from Racing Traders. Lots of training videos and guides are provided. Flexible subscription options are available to release all the features.

UK horse racing on Betfair is most often used for scalping. There is lots of money entering the market and the odds move around enough to make a profit. The principle of scalping is simple. Back at a high price and lay at a lower price and vice versa. Here is a simple example. Say there’s a horse called (Fuzzy duck) with odds of 4.4. A back bet of £100 is made. If they odds move lower than 4.4 it is possible to profit. If a lay bet was placed at odds of 4 using £100 that would secure a profit of £40.

If the horse wins the back bet pays £340 but the lay bet would have cost £300 giving a £40 profit if the horse wins or nothing if it loses. A risk free bet. What a trader will do is hedge the risk free bet. A trader wouldn’t be happy with a profit only of the horse wins. In order to profit if the horse doesn’t win the trader greens up. A green book means a profitable book and is a beautiful thing :).

The disadvantage of scalping is that if the price moves against you the book turns red. Not a pretty sight because it means that the trade will be exited for a loss. The skill is making more winning bets than losing ones. There will always be losing bets. This is a fact of life. There is no point trying to second guess the markets. A better approach is to use tried and tested Betfair scalping techniques. The rest of this article explains two Scalping on Betfair trading techniques.

Scalping trading stategies

Betfair scalping trading techniques explainedunratedEditor2015-08-28 13:50:26Scalping is a type of trading which profits from small movements in the price of something being traded in a market. Betfair the betting exchange is a market for betting enthusiasts who want to offer and make bets. After Betfair opened their website technology to software developers it became possible to scalp trade small movements in the price of sports bets. This posts explains scalping provides guidance for making the best scalp trades. Scalping on Betfair is an art rather than a science as takes practice to perfect. This post explains ways in which a Betfair trader can improve the ratio of winning trades to loosing trades with the aim of increasing profits. LetsCompareBets.com contains various articles and posts about scalping on Betfair which can be found here on the blog, in the trading and investing section and on the main website.
Betting exchangeBetfair scalping trading techniques explainedScalping is a type of trading which profits from small movements in the price of something being traded in a market. Betfair the betting exchange is a market for betting enthusiasts who want to offer and make bets. After Betfair opened their website technology to software developers it became possible to scalp trade small movements in the price of sports bets. This posts explains scalping provides guidance for making the best scalp trades. Scalping on Betfair is an art rather than a science as takes practice to perfect. This post explains ways in which a Betfair trader can improve the ratio of winning trades to loosing trades with the aim of increasing profits. LetsCompareBets.com contains various articles and posts about scalping on Betfair which can be found here on the blog, in the trading and investing section and on the main website.
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Football fixed odds betting… trading on Betfair for £130 per hour. Video guide

Betfair is a betting exchange. The asset being traded on this exchange is bets. Bets that are offered by Betfair members. The odds offered change regularly. It is possible to bet on football when the game is in play. With the ebb and flow of the game the odds change dramatically. This makes a great opportunity for football betting. Trading football games can produce good returns. The video below is a good guide to how to trade football games on Betfair. The principle of this type of football fixed odds betting is to place a back bet on an outcome. Then lay the same outcome at lower odds for a risk free return. If the odds move the wrong way the bet should be traded out to reduce the loss.

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Football fixed odds betting… trading on Betfair for £130 per hour. Video guideunratedEditor2012-03-13 02:25:49Betfair is a betting exchange. The asset being traded on this exchange is bets. Bets that are offered by Betfair members. The odds offered change r…
Football bettingFootball fixed odds betting… trading on Betfair for £130 per hour. Video guideBetfair is a betting exchange. The asset being traded on this exchange is bets. Bets that are offered by Betfair members. The odds offered change r…
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