What is the TSP Live Radar?

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On weekends, TSP Live Primary and Secondary Angles are achieved ONLY WHEN AN ACTUAL TSP LIVE ALERT IS ISSUED. On weekdays, a Primary or Secondary Angle is achieved only when the robots report it as such on the Telegram channel (t.me/tsplive). If there is no alert issued, despite the reading on the TSP Live Radar, it means the angle showing below has not yet qualified for some reason (often low volume).

The table below will show, based on current action, what’s seeing a material level of sharp buying and thereby what’s on the radar for possible TSP Live robot coverage for the day.

What’s the difference between the LJP and TSP Live Radar? The LJP uses algorithms, the TSP Index and sharp buying analytics to compute an LJP Score. The TSP Live Radar is solely based on the level of sharp buying on a wager at the current price, and nothing more. So, while both measure sharp buying, the measurements are done through different methodology. The LJP is more complex, the TSP Live Radar is more just a raw measure of sharp buying, with no filters.

Please be aware, there could be a Primary or Secondary Angle achieved on a wager that did not show on the below table all day long, and then all of a sudden action hits, and a wager that was never on the radar achieves Primary or Secondary Angle status within 15 minutes to the event.

The goal of this page is simple and as follows… when you wonder what the hell is going on in the markets because no TSP Live/Telegram alerts have gone out, this is the page to visit so you can see what’s going on…if anything. Often it is quiet simply because the games on the radar are all in the evening. You would not know that without the table below. So, the table was added to keep you up to speed and not leave you in the dark concerning the action in the markets.

Should you wager on everything that shows on the table? It would be expected over the long term that every single angle showing on the table, qualifying or not, would provide a LONG-TERM positive ROI. However, to achieve that ROI it is usually provided that you wager on every angle…something which most bettors are incapable of doing due to time, ability to visit this page, and bankroll. So, casual bettors would be better suited to concentrate more on the higher readings as opposed to wagering on all TSP Live Radar readings. For example, over shorter sample sizes the higher angles achieving 70+ would be expected to provide a positive ROI with less variance than wagering on every angle that hits the TSP Live Radar. Regardless, everything in gambling should be viewed long term versus short term. Short term wagering is subject to extreme variance (great weeks, bad weeks). It is the long term which smooths variance and provides a positive overall ROI. A perfect example are the TSP Live robots…they have great weeks and absolutely awful weeks, but since April 2020 they are up over 100 units of profit!

Typically (not always), a reading of 75 and above enters the area when typically a Primary or Secondary Angle will be achieved.

Angles will post to the TSP Live Radar when they achieve a minimum 65 reading. Angles will remain on the TSP Live Radar even if they dip below 65, just as a means of allowing you to stay up to date on previously posted angles. However, a reading of 65 is considered the minimum to qualify as material sharp action. A reading of 50 to 64 illustrates mild sharp buying. A reading below 50 illustrates that sharp buying has moved to the OPPOSITE side of the angle posted.

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