Mass mourning has broken out at WRWM Towers. It’s the last newsletter of 2018! (Where’s me hankie?)
I end the last newsletter with a review of 2018. This year, the What Really Wins Money newsletter has covered a huge range of topics from football trading and research to tennis Grand Slam trading strategies. (My favourite was backing 1.04-shot Caroline Wozniaki at 50/1 and winning!)
We’ve covered perms too – more perms than a 1980s Liverpool select XI.
Regular contributors include The Patriarch with his access to a vault of vintage systems. The Statman is purely horse-racing-stats-based, and has come up with excellent angles throughout 2018 – some run against the grain. In the latest newsletter he takes on the John Gosden and Mark Johnston stables on the All-Weather!
This month I look at the Retirement Staking Plan. Can you really retire on it?
I’ve also started an investigation into betting software. Can we find a run-on-autopilot backing or laying strategy we can set up in the morning and set to work without interference? I have 12 strategies in simulation on a Virtual Private Server and get nearer each month to finding the one or two reliable and profitable strategies. The key to success? Marry the right selections with the right staking plans.
In recent eletters I’ve shared some horse racing form strategies. Strategies profitable for the last 20 years of data. I do this monthly in the newsletter, the most recent focus is on Bumper races (National Hunt Flat races) – seeing as this is the Jumps season.
I’ll still share ideas with you here in the eletter, but if you want a more in-depth look at betting, consider joining What Really Wins Money for the new year.
I’m off now to wring out my hankie. So many tears…