Binary betting - FTSE / Dow

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Old Aug 31, 2005, 12:07pm   #50
 
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Another site you might be interested in, is binexx.com. They dont have as many markets as IG, but they do the FTSE and Wall Street,
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Old Aug 31, 2005, 1:20pm   #51
 
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BlueSq(107% o/r) and Paddy Power (109% o/r) also offer fixed odds on daily financial indices.

13-15% is a typical overround for Ladbrokes 5-minute FTSE bets, (a 14% overround in probability equates to a 12.3% theoretical hold by the bookmaker)
Who else makes 5-min markets?
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Old Aug 31, 2005, 1:48pm   #52
 
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BlueSq(107% o/r) and Paddy Power (109% o/r) also offer fixed odds on daily financial indices.

13-15% is a typical overround for Ladbrokes 5-minute FTSE bets, (a 14% overround in probability equates to a 12.3% theoretical hold by the bookmaker)
what's the maths behind 14% o/r equating to 12.3% theoretical hold?
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Old Aug 31, 2005, 2:14pm   #53
 
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Who else makes 5-min markets?

I'm not aware of anyone other than Ladbrokes offering 5min index bets. I believe they developed the platform with Cantor so presumably they too could offer them if they decided to.

what's the maths behind 14% o/r equating to 12.3% theoretical hold?

(14 / 114) * 100
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Old Aug 31, 2005, 7:22pm   #54
 
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try ladbrokes.com it has a pretty neat platform
Many thanks for the info. It does look interesting, I will give it a try.
Thanks again, Bernard.
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Old Sep 7, 2005, 2:15am   #55
 
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To all:

I've been SB with capital Spreads for nearly three years now and I've had my ups and downs, but during the last 9 months I've turned a corner, as it were. I bet the FTSE in general and I like to add by how much it will rise or fall. Very bold of me, but hay ho.

My question is, is there any web site / company out there in the big WWW abis that allows betting on how much the FTSE will rise/fall, ie: 10, 20, 50pts etc. I think they call it 'Spot Trading.' You win if it hits your prediction in a set time frame and lose if it doesn't, but without the option of marginal winning/loosing, ie: if you bet the FTSE will rise/hit 25pts and it hits 20pts you still gain.

Any comments are appreciated.

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Old Sep 7, 2005, 11:49am   #56
 
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try betonmarkets.com, they have a wide range of betting options
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