JuiceStorm.com publishes the JuiceStorm Blog and broadcasts JuiceStorm Radio, JuiceStorm TV and the occasional JuiceStorm Podcast.
JuiceStorm.com also publishes our trading & betting directory, trading software reviews, training products, sport picks, trends, tips and stats.
JuiceStorm.com was founded in 2007 by Lee and John and it is now a part of Racing Traders Ltd, a UK registered company, since 2016.
Betfair, Bots and Blogging
There’s trading in there as well but it doesn’t begin with a B.
The editor of this blog exclusively since April 2018 is – Man of Mystery A.K.A John – who is English and lives mainly in Malta. JuiceStorm.com used to be managed by Lee and it’s thanks to him that we got started again.
The old blog featured the daily adventures of Ronbot, Ronnie’s Excel triggered bot, the MoM Lay of the Day, WUBT – When U Bet Today, Betting Exchange Radio with many great live chats with professional traders and software authors and lots, lots more.
The original blog was hosted back in April 2006 – yes, 2006 – and it quickly featured a live phone in radio show.
2016 and on
The new JuiceStorm site sees the live radio replaced with 24/7 live music, trading and betting news. Great new writers who are experts in their field have also joined us. And JuiceStorm TV is live 24/7 too featuring our flagship TradeHost trading portfolio for Betfair.
If you have any queries please give John a call any UK morning after 7:00 am on +44 7500 075044 or via Telegram if you prefer. Email and contact form messages drive him nuts.
Please visit the Gamble Aware Website if someone you know may be spending too much time or money gambling.
Use the Gamble Aware website to help you recognise some of the signs of problem gambling, and to find out where to seek help if you think you may have a problem.
Don’t gamble or trade unless you know the facts. Being responsible about gambling means knowing whether to gamble and how much money or time to spend.
Working with any trading platform involves significant risks as there is always a possibility of losing money. The results of your trades may differ from the provided examples, the experience you have, and theoretical calculations, while the previous results can’t guarantee the same in the future.
The risk factor when using a manual or automated trading platform is considered as high and you should take into account all actual risks while working with such a platform. You should assess all risks that are involved in the operation of all trading platforms in accordance with your objectives and financial risk profile. If you don’t have additional funds that you can afford to lose, you shouldn’t use manual or automated trading platforms.