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Weight Of Money (WOM) is an indicator on a
which shows how much money on the
side is waiting to be matched (i.e.
bets or accepted by backers). It can be used to predict whether prices (
) will rise or fall.
If there are more
bets waiting to be matched then
are likely to reduce. If there are more
bets that are not yet matched, the
are likely to increase.
Weight Of Money is essentially a leading supply/demand barometer which can be used to predict the direction of odds on betting exchanges.
Suggest a Link The Weight of Money In Sports Markets
Betfair.com article with an overview of Weight of Money and a description of how to assess it on Betfair's own sports trading platform.
Weight of Money
Explanatory article from Betfair Pro Trader describing Weight of Money (WOM) in more detail.
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