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Sun Jan 01, 2017 8:08 pm
I am new to Cymatic and have a fairly sound knowledge of Excel but unfortunately not sound enough to convert my first trading system into a Bot despite the excellent tools provided by the integration feature already in place.
I would be keen to discuss my little project with a developer. In simple terms I want my Bot to be able to place lay bets on specified runners in a race at a specified time before the off and then place at least one offsetting back bet based on a formula with the ability to cancel this bet and replace with a new back bet depending on the price (performance) of the horse in-running and dependent also on the amount of time left in the race, which in itself will be a function of the course and race type and distance and (if I can find data) going. Stakes would be calculated based on a formula.
From what I can see this should be doable relatively easily but again I don't trust my skills/ability to do this efficiently and would appreciate help if a developer is interested and able to assist.
Sun Jan 08, 2017 2:48 am
That certainly sounds doable. If you send me a PM with an email address I can contact you on and via which I can send you the completed Excel bot, I'd be interested in discussing the project in more detail and giving you a price for the work.#
Thu Nov 23, 2017 7:29 am
That certainly sounds doable. If you send me a PM with an email address I can contact you on and via which I can send you the completed Excel bot, I'd be interested in discussing the project in more detail
and giving you a price for the work.#
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