One week period. The UK dogs have had a choppy week. After ending last week on a downward trend, I’m pleased this week has been generally upward. The higher turnover (due to stake increase as discussed last week) hasn’t increased return, which is what I expected from past experience with this strategy. If the current week is similar I may return to the stake level that returned around 0.1% for the previous 2 months.
Here’s the Aus horses. Disappointed to see another error. And this is with the server located in the UK now, so no lag excuse. A back bet was matched and then the tick offset lay was only partially matched. I’ve checked the Gruss log and found no reason for this. The greening appears to have failed, although the Cancel-All trigger, which is the first step of greening, did execute. The result left me exposed to a possible loss of -£8.33. This time the result was profit, +£26.89 . Read on for a more upbeat analysis.
This is the Aus horses minus the error. Now, with a huge increase in turnover (nearly as much in one week as the previous three) the return has maintained a similar level, bringing a proportionally higher P&L result. This is in contrast to the UK dogs where higher stakes seem to reduce return. More of this please.