Last Saturday was a disaster for first and second favourites. The average dividend lined up as $3.08, just average since November 1st but in November 56% of the winners were either fav or 2nd fav. On Saturday just 49% of races were won in this category. Loss was around 25%, no surprise considering. The trick with favourites is sorting them out, 37% of the winning favourites last month were rated in the Winform top three. Average win price was $2.75 so barely square but how far in front is that when we consider that most markets these days are around 120% or more i.e. a government regulated loss which ensures that noone can win….unless you use a cleverly geared staking plan that makes you a profit whenever the win/loss situation returns to the norm for Winform favourites of neither winning or losing but neutral.
That’s what the Money Factory program is designed to do. And many of our smarter players take it one step further and quit each day when in front. Of course there will be days when this doesn’t happen. But over 90% of the time it does. One of our long term subscribers has recorded whole calendar months where he has not lost on any single day. A bonanza? No , just normal.
It’s not that hard but it does require dedication. In my own case, I tend to close out early, the fact that school days need me to pick up my grandkids from the bus stop takes me out of action between 3.45 and 4.00, up to 4.20 if the bus runs late. You might think that upsets the sequence but there is no such thing. Races are won or lost at random but statistically there will always be a bunch of winners just the sames as there is a bunch of losers, especially when we mostly have winning race strike rates of close to 50%. In any 1,000 races that might fluctuate between 40% and 60%, no big deal.
The other way of doing it, for those of us who are time stressed, is to choose just one race a day so that the next day you simply adjust your stake. It is a slower way but for those people who are heading for retirement, a good practice for when there is more time.
Today I hope to get an hour or so on my sailboat before a trip to the dreaded dentist this afternoon. With only two meetings today I might not be able to get anything. Most days at present I simply back whatever comes in on John Furgals SMS and Email service. It has been highly profitable for me since the new strategy came into play in early October.