Blink and you missed it, day two flew by! But what about day 3? I’ll update on that front shortly…
On the whole, day two was decent. However, something I haven’t ever experienced before happened. Typically, I’m not one for nose bleeds and never have been. But on two occasions I felt a little trickle – to then look down and… well, you guessed it.
Could the additional pressure of increased stakes and tension cause such a thing? Who knows, maybe it was a coincidence. Once or twice I did find myself in once or two of those edge of the seat moments (pushing the boundaries). To be expected I guess. The alternative would be to reduce staking, stress and profits for safer trading. There’s a post about scaling and staking here.
Trading with blood dribbling down my chin was a whole new experience. Another dimension to distractions!
Hopefully, today will be a little different. If not, I’ve got some tissue at the ready. It does leave me wondering though; in times of peak tension, is trading counter-productive to overall health?
The best opportunities are when liquidity is enhanced, but unmatched volumes are not. Think towards the very start of some of these big Cheltenham races. Here’s a quick clip about liquidity from earlier in the week…
Whatever you’re doing; trading, punting, arbing or matched betting…
Best of luck for day 3!
Related: Cheltenham DAY ONE