From time to time I hear: “my bank is too small to make a profit…” or “I only have $2000, I can’t bet to the $10k that you list so I will never win…”
Along with members:
- not reading our how-to instructions or newsletters
- not actually applying a bank
- not separating their ‘mug’ bets from their Elite bets,
this cop-out is the main excuse for members giving up whilst fellow members are winning.
A punter betting to a $1,000 bank will make exactly the same profit as a member betting to a $100,000 bank. Obviously the actual dollar amount will be different but the percentage profit on turnover and capital gain percentage is identical no matter what the bank.
We do list most strategies’ bets assuming a $10k bank. That is to make it simple to work out your bets according to your bank.
Let’s look at what a $2,000 bank has been able to achieve already this year with a couple of our most popular plans.
As you go through the bets, keep an eye on the average price of the winners. Average winning odds well in excess of $5.00 for each winner. That’s the Elite difference.
PDFs: $2,000 Bank Results Printouts 2017
Larry’s Best $2000 Bank 2017
A $2,000 bank would finance $40 level bets.
This year (as at 30th Nov 2017), there have been 92 bets for 31 winners @ $5.37 and made $2,973 net profit.
The $2,000 is now $4973 which is + 148% capital gain.
Income per week from the $2,000 bank (1.93 bets per week) is $63 per week.
E2-Combo $2000 Bank 2017
This year (to end November) , there have been 272 bets for 71 winners @ $5.53 and made $5,538 net profit.
The $2,000 is now $7,538 which is + 249% capital gain.
Income per week from the $2,000 bank is $118 per week.
Of course it is not expected that you bet on all Elite strategies although if you did, your income per week would be very nice indeed.
I am just trying to show that whatever plan/s you have chosen , a small bank can make very solid profits even after the membership cost is accounted for.
Most ex-members are “ex” because they got frustrated when seeing newsletters like this showing that even Blind Freddie is winning but they are not. If they would only look within, they would have to admit that all they had to do was apply that bank, stick to the plan and finance their non-Elite bets (including tips from other sources) from a special mug Non-Elite bank.
For the 90% of members that are doing things properly, you are having fun, winning consistently and showing really strong financial gains.
For the 10% struggling to commit, it is never too late to take stock, resolve to win and turn your punting around.