29.12.2018. Liverpool vs Arsenal. Join our experts in the FEF trading console and see how In-Play trading is done. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments!
What is Football Trading
Football trading is about taking a position (liability) in different markets on the Exchange (e.g. Match Odds, BTTS & Correct Score) and trade these liabilities in play for profit, rather that placing a single bet on the outcome of a match.
A trade includes a game plan; a strategy that the trader has in mind on how he or she believes the match will unfold after kick-off.
Questions the trader should bear in mind:
– what is the objective of the trade?
– what is the risk versus the reward?
– what is the target profit?
– what is the staking plan?
In our trades we work with a point system, where 1 point refers to a fixed stake or a bankroll percentage.
Over the last couple of weeks we have developed a special football trading console so that all our members can follow our trading live.
Example of the Croatia vs Spain match (also visit our Football Trading Archive):