Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Monthly Review Completed

I’ve updated the monthly results section on the blog. If you click on the link and scroll down, you’ll find it! You could also navigate via the tabs at the top. ;)

As always, lots of ways to look at the results of these systems but a few highlights which stand out to me which people reading the blog may not know are:

• The 11 TFA established systems (or the ones alive last season!) achieved their best results in terms of pts won since December 2008. When you consider Dec 2008 had 359 bets and achieved 128pts profit, then a profit of 107.7pts this month from only 224 bets can possibly be described as a better performance.
• In terms of ROI (48.1%), it was the 3rd best month from the two fully backtested years and last season’s live results. Hence, the 3rd best month from the last 31 months of results. In a way, this doesn’t tell the full story as May-11 is the 2nd best month as it had an ROI of 52.3% but that was only over 101 bets.
• The systems which are being proofed by the Secret Betting Club for my proofed results (the 6 combined systems) are now sitting with an ROI of 17.1% since they went live. This is over a sample of 1,364 bets. November-11 is the highest month by far for ROI at 72.5% although the pts won 52.2pts is 1.6pts less than last month! Hence, the two best months these proofed results have had is the last 2 months.

I could go on and on about the results but as I always say, it’s only one month. If we look at all the established systems in total for this season, they have now had 977 bets and generated an ROI of 12.2%. They achieved 9.4% last season across 2,784 bets, so based on the number of bets, we’re only 1/3 of the way through the season. A long way to go but the systems are in a good position so far. Given they suffered record losses in September, it’s amazing how quickly things can turn at this game.

I’ll be back on Friday with the weekend bets. I’ll probably do another post tomorrow though showing all the live results on each system to date on a single page. I like analysing this as it is interesting to compare the systems from this season with last season as well as comparing a system with DNB returns against H/A returns. All very interesting.

Hope you all had a good month too. :)

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