Staking

The the purpose of clarity, I should mention that on the 1st of July 2020 we added new filters to our portfolio of systems in order to reduce the number of bets and, more importantly, to improve profitability.

Monthly Compounding

If you are a full member (and are using the daily selections) we suggest that you bet to 20% of your bank.

We also suggest that, when you have a losing selection, you do not reduce the stake but bet the last stake you used.

Now, whilst this might seem extreme but there are not many selections per month and the longest losing run that we have experienced is just two.

That’s just our preference.

Your staking is entirely your decision.

As you can see from the above data, the bank is never at risk and the profits are quite substantial.

There are two occasions where a horse is picked by 2 of the portfolio of systems that produce the selections (this happened on the 25th of July 2020.)

For the sake of honesty and integrity I have assumed doubled stakes when that happens.

Although we will always report to level stakes, the chart displays what happens when you compound your bets in this way.

Turning a £100 bank into a £1208 bank in just 25 days isn’t too shabby.

Now, personally, at the end of the month I would quite happily take out £1108 and, thus, restart the bank at £100 but…

That’s just my preference.

Your staking is entirely your decision.


Level Stakes

For those of you who are more interested in betting to level stakes, the following image shows what happened in July when we bet to 20% of our starting bank (in our case £100.)

Still a pretty good return and, as the graph below shows…

No real upsets or risk to the starting bank.

Now, once again, at the end of the month I would quite happily take out £340.80 and, thus, restart the bank at £100 but…

That’s just my preference.

Your staking is entirely your decision.