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[JV] 100% ROI within 1 month - Guaranteed! Sports Trading - $10,000 Goal!

Discussion in 'Joint Ventures' started by ContentCreation, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. ContentCreation

    ContentCreation BANNED BANNED

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    Hi Everybody,

    Firstly, let me tell you some information about me. A few of you may have seen me around, but realized that i had not been on for a while? That was because i was involved in a road accident on my motorcycle, breaking a few bones here and there, and tearing a few ligaments in the process! It was not a pleasurable experience, but the part which hurt the most was not being able to do my thing online and make some $$$. I usually write articles and some other blackhat methods, but since the accident, I have had huge problems typing .. its hurting just writing this!

    Anyway, for the last few years I have been practicing different trading techniques as i have always been interested in Economy. This includes Forex, commodities and stocks! Since the accident, I have been trying to avoid typing as much as possible, so i have been thinking of going back to my old ways, and the ability to make money by just clicking my mouse!

    About 6 months ago, I was introduced to the wonderful world of Sports Trading (horse racing more specifically) and coming from Forex and Stock Trading, i was immediately hooked.

    If you don't know what Sports trading is, then its basically trading the odds of a particular event, such as a horse race or a football match, with the aim of laying low and backing high. Im sure you have heard of Betfair? Well, Betfair is a betting exchange where you bet P2P with other punters, and you have the ability to back and lay a certain event or outcome. Obviously, it isnt as easy as just clicking a few buttons, it actually has a lot of technical analysis to it, but coming from Forex which is WAY harder, i found it kind of easy!

    Anyway, a few months ago, I thought i would start out with a small bankroll of £25, just to test things out. Well, one thing lead to another and before i knew it, one month later, I was at £400! I was hoping to Keep going, and flip that to £1000 before University, but after receiving a letter stating I need to pay £475 deposit on my accommodation, I had to withdraw it!

    £25 to £400 in 1 month is a good return, for any investor it would be a great investment, but unfortunately not my own .. why? .. I don't have the money to invest! I am a poor student, with talent and ambition, all i require is the capital! So that is why im looking for a partner from BHW to join me on this Journey ..

    £25 to £400 is an increase of 1500%, which in my opinion is massive, but un-natural! When i did this, I was working 6 hour days, Trading over 30 horse races per day, with an aggressive attitude .. But Stable, long term profits is what i aspire, so 1500% won't be the plan this time .. I will be hoping to achieve gains of around 500% per month, with 50% of the profit going to you, and the other 50% going forward to make even more the next month!

    Now, every trader has losses, no matter how good they are! But in sports trading, a strict stop loss and a good plan is easier to pull off than in any other type of investment, and the biggest loss i have endured was a loss of £11 when my bankroll was at around £250, but the next day I would have made back the £11 plus more.

    Now, the investment amount I seek is completely dependent on you, and there is no minimum, but obviously the bigger the bankroll, the bigger the profits. I know i have been rambling on in this, so im going to cut it out now, and let you ask questions ... Post below and il be sure to rely asap!

    If you are truly interested in learning more, or want to talk about imlementing this, then PM me!

    Thank God .. No more typing!! :)
     
  2. DerDer

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    Gambling is risky, and I don't think people will invest a lot of money in it. I might give a try tho, with little money.
     
  3. bbillings

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    2x that, but that's just my 2 cent
     
  4. neu009

    neu009 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well arbitrage is hard to do as you rely on finding the relevant odds and then if one of the bookies limits you , your done.
    you cannot only rely on betfair as the volume is not always there neither.
     
  5. ContentCreation

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    Hi guys, thanks for your replies, but i can assure you that this is not straight up gambling, nor is it sports arbitrage. I do not bet on teams/players i think will win, i simply open up the technical charts and analyse any sporting event, choosing whether or not i think the odds will rise or fall.

    If the odds will rise, i will lay the bet first (lay it to lose) and then back it when the odds rise (back it to win) .. The difference in the odds goes up in ticks, and depending on the amount of investment, the ticks will vary from 1p to £100

    Vise Versa, if i think the odds will fall, I will back first, then lay after it drops a little.

    When i have gathered a few ticks from a horse, i will hedge the bets (green up) which basically means i will win some ££ whatever the outcome of the race. I could trade just one horse, and have a risk free bet on that horse, winning £100 if it does (risk free meaning if the others win, i lose nothing) .. OR i can hedge my bets, and spread out £40 across the board, so whoever wins, I will win £40. I always hedge my bets, so we will always profit.

    I use betfair because it is a betting exchange, and each horse race see's liquidity of almost £1,000,000 per race. No other betting exchange has that much liquidity.

    To sum this up, this is not gambling, it is trading (just like trading the stock markets)