Market Monitor Software Review

Market Monitor Software is a Betfair API application that is designed to make in placing bets in real time a faster and more efficient process.

What does the product offer?

Market Monitor Software is one of the newer examples of Betfair API software. It is able to operate in all Betfair markets from horse racing and football to tennis and cricket. Market Monitor Software is primarily focused on in play betting and this is evidenced in a unique (to my knowledge) feature of a bar graph that updates in real time to show how the markets odds are moving. It is worth noting that Market Monitor Software is available for both Windows and Mac users.

How does the product work?

Fundamentally Market Monitor Software is standard Betfair API software, allowing you to customise a huge number of aspects to suit your betting style or system. The interface is reasonably accessible and having previously used Cymatic, I would go as far as to say it is streamlined although there will still be a learning curve involved.

What is the initial investment?

Market Monitor Software comes with a free trial period to allow you to get to grips with the software and decide if it is for you. Once this has expired purchasing Market Monitor Software will cost £99.97.

What is the rate of return?

Because of the nature of Market Monitor Software there is no real discernable rate of return. This s a tool to help you get an edge when betting on Betfair markets rather than a direct money making opportunity.

Conclusion

At the heart of Market Monitor Software is its bar graph that is constantly updating. This is a good visual indicator and allows you to make snap judgments at a glance. The question here is whether or not it warrants paying for when there are free alternatives. In my opinion, no, but that doesn’t mean that Market Monitor Software is a bad product. In fact I can see a lot of traders who would find that visual aid a huge help, especially if you are at your computer and trading a lot.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts