Triggered betting is the main feature of MarketFeeder. You can make it do whatever you need with the triggers.
Every customer is eligible for a certain number of free trigger solutions, see details on Trigger Development service here.
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Did you know you can use MarketFeeder Pro to feed all markets' prices to an Excel sheet at regular intervals?
Use triggers to place two rounds of Dutching in the same market, to the specified target profit.
Use MarketFeeder Pro to create and update a CSV text file which you can later import into Excel or other tools.
Aim to win 2 bets out of 6 before you restart the sequence.
The rather aggressive staking plan aiming at recouping your losses and earning a fixed target profit per each market.
Back on the chance that the teams will score N more goals following a first half where both teams scored a certain number of goals.
We have gathered statistics on the duration of various races based on their distances. We offer you a trigger that acts at a certain time before the end of the race.
We're showing the way to calculate the total potential profit/loss for multiple bets and selections, and close all positions as soon as a target is reached.
Take advantage of the late rise in the underdog's prices: lay at 10 minutes before the race and green up closer to the off.
Here is a simple example of how you can read a horse's form (in a horse race) and place some bet on it depending on the values that the form contains.
How to do an action (e.g. place a bet), then wait for a fixed amount of time, then do something else (or the same thing again).
The triggers automated the Retirement Staking plan which shapes your bets according to the history of wins an losses and takes the average price of winners into account.
Lay Pro 88 is about laying on the third favourite, yet doing it smartly so that you recoup losses gradually. The creators of the Lay Pro 88 Staking Plan claim to have won £86,676 in 11 months.
The main idea I'm playing with is the chance to compensate one selection's losses by the other selection's profits in a highly liquid market.
This example is the opposite of the "Three triggers for simple Stop-Loss, after laying"
The triggers will maintain a trailing stop-loss function: that is whenever the price drops down and the market is in your favour, the current lay price of the selections that you backed on will be remembered.
This example acts symmetrically to the other one called "Trailing Stop-Loss, back then lay"
Each trigger places a stop-loss back bet to minimise the probable loss from a lay bet that you might place before.
Late into a football match, for example around 80 minutes and if there is a 1 goal difference (e.g. 1-0 or 2-3), lay the winning team for a low liability. Then green-up a possible equalising goal.
Back in Under/Over markets on the selection that is one goal ahead of the current score at a specified number of minutes into the game. Only do this if previous market is settled, i.e. one market at a time.