Can’t resist posting whilst here in Cyprus. The weather is beautiful, not too hot with a slight breeze, and everything is still green because the summer hasn’t scorched the earth yet. There are also bookies absolutely everywhere, and live football in every other bar. I can’t seem to find too much live horse racing, so I’ve decided to look again at the Total Football Trading system.
It also follows a challenge from Paul in response to my original review that I hadn’t tried all the methods that come with this pretty big system. So… I’m taking a hint!
Arsenal play Wigan tonight, at 8pm Uk time, which is 10pm here. That’s a bit late for Lucy to be watching televised soccer, so I’m concentrating instead on pre-match trading.
Re-reading the Total Football Trading manual this morning, I noticed that the Paper Chaser method seems almost to be positioned as a premium technique. I don’t know why I didn’t see this before, but it’s almost as if the authors didn’t want to release it… I’m intrigued, because some of the others are really good..
To use the Paper Chaser, you have to be watching the markets from 8.30am on midweek match days, which frankly is too much like hard work for me! However, here that equates to a much more reasonable half past ten, allowing enough time for morning ablutions (not, it has to be said, a particularly quick process in my case!) prior to getting down to the serious business of sports market trading.
So I will be trading tonight’s match between Arsenal and Wigan, but not watching the game. The idea, according to the manual, is to be out of the markets at least an hour before kickoff so that late team news does not cause things to unravel. Frankly, if I manage to lock in some decent profits, I intend to be out a lot earlier than that!
Somewhat improbably, I am also supposed to check the markets on an hourly basis…. This is not going to happen unless I can find a beach with wifi!
I am also worried about getting sand in my shiny new iPad … Is this a method that a girl can really live with?
We shall see. It’ll have to be good to merit so much hassle…