Ive been disposing of excess stock lately as some titles are not only old but the pages have gone off a bit. I intended to dispose of a very old book but as I tipped out the contents I realised it was the Last Start Winners Guide, one of the best statistical books we have had. It led me to reread it and chase up some of the current stats.
There were a couple of sections that jumped off the page..why? Because they highlighted a couple of selection methods which ensured a level stakes profit with virtually no form knowledge other than what you see in the standard form guide.
Hard copy is cheap, ebook is even cheaper. If you don’t have it you should have.
Anyhow heres some stats from melbourne metro meetings with data back to January 2015.
If you stuck to last star Flemington Saturday winners at Flemington, well 20% of those won, 50% placed and even betting just for the place returned a profit. If you looked at Moonee Valley day meetings and only backed last start metropolitan winners that started favourite or second favourite you got 32% winners and 15% profit on turnover.
Food for thought???
We’ve copied here correspondence to our NZ subscriber Gary. You can see the full story under testimonials on our home page.
I have done a workout , one Money Factory Column to get enough in the one report to show you the overall result. This is using your Bank size but starting outlay is just under $50. Selections with near money back or above have been deleted, they win nothing lose nothing but the plan works better if we delete them out.
It will work out the same with multiple columns but of course each column will take longer to make their profit goal. Most days it would not be too hard to get selections on after the pervious result due to the (relatively) smlla number of selections.
Average outlay per race was $76 and only one lengthy losing run. Av dividend $4.87 (would have been lots less if we didn’t remove the money back ones)
Profit is $1933 represents a 19.3% profit on your bank of $10,000 biggest outlay on any race was $174.
It’s all very well to say reduce the number of selections but all that does is either…leave you on short priced selections only OR extended runs of outs..not in number of selections without a winner but in time. So there are 99 races in the workout in 60 days. If these happened to be spread out over 180 days there would have been a period of 40-50 days when no profits were coming in as opposed to about 14 days in real time. Have you that much patience??
Hope that helps