Trademate Core Introduction

I will be reviewing a very promising value betting product over the next few months which goes by the name of Trademate Core.

We have now completed this review you can read it here

In this article I will often be referring to sharp and soft bookmakers if you are unfamiliar with these terms please read this article sharp and soft bookmakers.

I have wrote previously about exploiting soft bookmakers through matched betting and arbitrage, value betting is a further way of really squeezing out as much money as possible from your soft bookmaker account.

This product is aimed at being the optimal tool for value betting and allowing you to maximise your profits from the soft bookmakers.

Trademate Core Introduction

The Trademate Core product has been developed by a group of professional poker players turned sports bettors/traders. Trademate Core looks for value betting opportunities by highlighting deviations between sharp Asian bookmakers and the softer European bookmakers.

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Finding edges in the tradefeed

How does the software work?

The Trademate Core software scans the Asian markets 24/7 and highlights any positive price anomalies that arise with 35 other bookmakers.

If any soft bookmakers are offering a better price then the sharper Asian bookmakers the Trademate software uses this alongside its algorithm  and also give you the implied edge and correct staking for your bankroll.

All major soft bookmakers are covered by Trademate Core such as Bet365, William Hill, Unibet, Coral and Ladbrokes alongside a large number of others.

Trademate Core is a very easy product to get to grips with. The First step is setting up which bookmakers you wish to find value bets with and entering your balance with each one, you can then enter the tradefeed and begin to see what edges are currently available.

In the tradefeed you can customise the odds range, edge percentage, sports, bookmakers and duration before the game starts. There is also a function to trade only recommended leagues which will only show edges for bigger liquidity events which helps to keep your soft bookmaker accounts from being limited for a longer time period.

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Customizing the tradefeed

Once you are set up and trading Trademate Core starts to collect your trading data and uses it to provide you with a number of useful trading metrics under a page called analytics.

There is also a Trademate Pro product which focuses more on making money from the Asian markets. The pro product features analytics page which allows you to see some interesting variables such as your opening and closing edges measured against the sharp bookmakers, your total ev and closing ev as well as turnover, profit and return on investment.

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Trademate Cores analytics page

Trademate Core Introduction

 There is a lot I like about this product and the team behind it. The product itself is very easy to use and they are constantly making tweaks and improvements to really make a stand out value betting product.

The trademate website has a lot of great information and they do a really good job on educating their visitors on how to bet profitably and why their product works. Trademate also have a very good youtube channel with a number of walk throughs for their products and constantly updated content including live trading sessions.

I am very optimistic about the next few months using Trademate Core and will report back after a months time with my results and experiences using the Trademate Core product.

For this Trademate Core review I will use the recommended minimum bank of £1000 and will place trades only using the recommended leagues.

For more information on Trademate visit the website below.

www.tradematesports.com

 

 

 

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Ryan Bruno is a former mixed martial arts and kickboxing competitor. He loves sports and making money online. After finishing university he played online poker and taught English for a living in Thailand for a few years. Upon returning to England his focus has been on making a living from sports trading, betting and arbitrage.

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Ryan Bruno is a former mixed martial arts and kickboxing competitor. He loves sports and making money online. After finishing university he played online poker and taught English for a living in Thailand for a few years. Upon returning to England his focus has been on making a living from sports trading, betting and arbitrage.

4 Comments

    • Yeah, seems they have a good affiliate package as there are a lot of people suggesting it but same time they dont share any info how they are doing on the site.

  1. Yes I agree with you. If you look at the presentation of the site is very full on and probably done by marketing experts rather then people that making money from sports betting or trading. Its one I would personally avoid.

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