One of my aims when I started the blog was to be completely transparent, and I think logging everything on a spreadsheet to show wins, and unfortunately too many losses is the best way to go about that, I also like to think I respond honestly and quickly on twitter, I have a few regulars on there who give me some cracking feedback on DMs each week and some requests for advice. I know for a fact we have earnt some people a substantial amount of money some weeks which frankly blew me away a little!
2019 Spreadsheet is here and up to date – 2019 Weekly P/L spreadsheet
Spreadsheet to 2018 is available here – 2018 Weekly 2017 – This years tips are recorded – here – season longs and here – weekly I recommend downloading and using the spreadsheet to keep track of your bets during the season. I have now joined the modern world by using google drive so it’s far easier for me to update the spreadsheet whenever I want to. Unfortunately for new followers you have probably missed the prices on the season longs as a lot of them have come in considerably. The reasoning can be found on the BETS selection on the menu bar on site. Full write ups of our reasoning behind each and every bet.
2016 – So this is how we finished the year… Weekly – As you can see, we finished on a fairly decent 230 points (near enough) from our original 100 points bankroll. For my first season logging it, and giving out a little advice, I’m pretty damn happy with that. I know site that charge £75 a season for less profit than that! – Add to that the 45 points profit from the Season long bets I recommended and you’re looking at nearly 175 points profit. At £5 a point, that’s £875 profit. (As it was my first go this year I was a more reasonable £1 a point in general… just in case I proved myself a complete failure at it)
Lifetime profit is around 130 points