How to Send Out Email Broadcasts for Free (Our Low Down on 8 of the Best Providers)

How to Send Out Email Broadcasts for Free (Our Low Down on 8 of the Best Providers)

Savvy marketers have known this for over 3,000 years… The money is in the list. If you have a good product and an engaged list you have a license to print money – it’s as simple as that. You don’t need an expensive bricks and mortar premises… you don’t need a team of sales staff… […]

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Back on track with 2nd favourites in handicaps.

The Equine Flu cancellation of racing has abated and we’re back in full flow this week. This week I thought I would look at 2nd favourites. I was running a fixed liability lay idea with all 2nd favourites in horse racing and greyhound racing. And it was profiting. I cannot give you exact figures because the Virtual […]

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The deadly dangers of ‘over-prepared’ trading

The deadly dangers of ‘over-prepared’ trading

When you are over prepared you run the risk of ‘marrying’ your market opinion. All that hard work went into doing your analysis – it’s easy to become blinkered to any other possibility but the one you envisage. You may analyse the markets yourself, or you might invest in the picture put forward by a market […]

Beaten Favourites. Angles to profit.

The British Horse Racing Authority has cancelled all British horse racing until at least the 13th February 2019. I will not be updating www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk horse racing sections when there is no British or Irish racing on any particular day until 13th February 2019 If there is Irish racing ( as today) I will update those sections of www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk in which there […]

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The indisputable top-priority for traders

The indisputable top-priority for traders

You never really know what the market will serve up next. Will it be a profit or will it be a losing trade? Consistent profits actually come from a random pattern of winning trades and losing trades. It’s only when you’ve got a proven system in place you’ll have a good idea of its performance […]

Upcoming attractions at WRWM

Upcoming attractions at  WRWM

I hope you enjoyed the look at all-weather favourites stats from the last few eletters. A look at today’s race meetings and we are overwhelmed with all-weather venues. Here at What Really Wins Money Towers, we have been collating stats for the Cheltenham Festival in March. This is a tradition at What Really Wins Money. […]

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The Newly Disciplined Trader’s secret of success

The Newly Disciplined Trader’s secret of success

A question arrives from TN reader, Ian B: Hello again,  Don’t know if you remember me, Ian B, the newly disciplined trader)! from your Plug In Trader, which I bought a while back… I mentioned a while back that I would be greatly interested in something akin to plug in trader, but on much shorter time frames, […]

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The last 2 all-weather courses

We end this all-weather favourites stats series with a look at Southwell and Newcastle. So here’s a look at these 2 venues by draw ; number of runners ; days since last run and distance Southwell A wholly unique fibresand surface amongst fellow all-weather tracks. I have looked at Southwell racecourse in isolation before because […]

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A System V Strategy Death Match

A System V Strategy Death Match

A question comes in from a TN reader: ‘Aren’t you contradicting yourself when you’re dissing off the peg “forex systems” at the very same time you’re promoting the use of them?’ It’s a fair point, and one that probably needs a bit of explanation. So I suppose my outlook can be stated like this: -> […]