No its not. We have a lot of members who were $1,000-bank punters when they started but with gradual increases along the way they are betting much more now. Typically, at the end of each profitable month, they take out half the profit and up the bank by the other half. More on that below.
It was one of those days on Saturday. For members who joined at the start of August, it is called a losing day.
They are a fact of life and no matter what the reasons were for some of those defeats it doesn’t change the bottom line for the day.
The status of your strategies’ banks depends on your start date.
Platinum members who joined on August 1st and started with a $1,000 bank now have $2,032.
Those who started with $1,000 on Sept 1st have $1,339.
Those who started with a grand on October 1st are behind $70 with a balance of $930.
It’s a negative start for them so far, just as it was for Platinum members who joined at the ‘live’ start date of July 3rd.
Their $1,000 was reduced to $878 by the end of July. It bottomed at $810 on July 24th after 15 consecutive Platinum losers! You have all seen the results printouts (which are kept up to date online).
Lucky they kept going because that $810 has grown to $1,911.
Negative $190 to positive $911 on a $1,000 bank in two months is unheard of.
M-X members who started on the first “live” date of June 30th have seen their bank increase by 33%. Their $1,000 bank stands at $1,332.
They have had their moments too. There was a run from the 10th of July to 31st July with only three winners from 21 bets. The loss of $216 in that period nearly wiped out the $223 profit they had made earlier in July.
So, at the end of July, they had placed 31 bets for 8 winners and had a net profit of $7. Wowee!
Give up or hang in there? Well those who kept going were well rewarded.
In August they added $139 net profit ($1,000 bank remember) and in September another $159.
They have even added to that in October with + $27 after another winning day on Saturday.
These are overall substantial percentage increases in your punting capital. $332 Metro-X net profit for a $1,000 bank punter is just as important as $3,320 profit for a $10k bank punter.
Platinum $10k punters who started in July have made $9,110 profit but that is of no more significance than the $911 net profit for the $1,000 banks.
Looking back over the three months of both plans and seeing the massive capital gains already, makes all that week to week roller coaster of emotions seem a waste of energy.
It is the same for all the main plans.
The Mel and Syd Elite Combos have experienced a couple of losing weeks, enough to scare one client off. But when you look at the season so far, the returns are fine:
Syd Elite Combo: + $116 per $1,000 bank
Mel Elite Combo: + $450 per $1,000 bank.
Considering that most members are betting Mel/Syd Elite Combos with one bank, that’s a capital gain of 56% this season.
What about the membership cost?
Combine those three main betting strategies and the net profit this season for 3 x $1,000 banks is + $1,923.
It costs $229 per month for membership to everything, that’s $573 for the six weeks so far. So even with the smallest recommended bank the net growth after 3 months membership costs is more than 45%.
The membership cost is significant for members who start with a $1,000 bank, that is the only advantage bigger investors have.
For 3 x $10k banks the six-week-period membership cost is still $573 but that leaves $19,230 less $573 = $18,657 net profit. That’s 62% capital gain on the $30k investment.
My Bank is too small
No its not. We have a lot of members who were $1,000-bank punters when they started but with gradual increases along the way they are betting much more now.
Typically, at the end of each profitable month, they take out half the profit and up the bank by the other half.
Let’s follow that idea with the Platinum Only since inception (July 3rd)
July Start Bank $1,000
July Profit: minus $122
Aug Start Bank: $878 (still bet to $1,000, no profit from July so no bank increase. Don’t decrease).
Aug Profit $694
Funds at Aug 31st: $1,572
Take half >$1000 $572/2 = $286.
Bet to Sept New Bank: $1,000 + $286 = $1286
Sept Profit: $532
Take half out – $266
Bet to New Oct Bank $1286 + $266 = $1,552
Oct Profit (So far) – $109
Current Funds $1,552 – $109 = $1,443
From the bare minimum $1,000 starting bank in July, you have $1,443 on hand plus $552 in dividends along the way.
Your dividends have virtually covered the membership cost (6 weeks x $229 pcm =$573).
Your membership for that period is paid for yet you are already betting at a 50% higher level than when you started – all from a $1,000 investment of which less than two hundred was ever dipped in to.
You are well on your way to a serious professional punting career.
These are not figures plucked from thin air. Current Elite members have been witness to this in real time in real life from the start and are profiting accordingly.
Larry and Richard