Stat of the Day

Stat of the Day Update, 26th to 31st January 2015

Stat of the Day : Update

Stat of the Day : Update

Stat of the Day Update: 26/01/15 to 31/01/15

It was a very poor week by anyone's standards last week and head's getting little sore following a cycle of scratching it and then banging it against a wall!

The week actually started with a couple of decent performances, despite one being a runner-up and the other a faller, they had both ran well. The rest of the week was a write-off, though, I'm afraid, as I couldn't even find a placer from the other four runners.

All of which means that January went out with a right whimper after being in a position of real strength at half-time. Don't get me wrong, here, a monthly record of 7 winners from 23 (30.43%SR) and 8.88pts profit at an ROI of 38.6% is a good month, of that there is no doubt.

And no matter how disappointed any of you might be at the way the month ended, rest assured I'm my own biggest critic and I'm as keen as you are for this run to end!

Selections & Results: 26/01/15 to 31/01/15

26/01: Zero Visibility (adv 9/4 BOG) : 2nd at 9/4
27/01: Milosam (adv 9/4 BOG) : fell at 7/4
28/01: St. John's Point (adv 5/2 BOG) : 5th at 3/1
29/01: Blue Buttons (adv 9/2 BOG) : 4th at 3/1
30/01: Lucy Parsons (adv 7/2 BOG) : 8th at 6/1
31/01: Firth of The Clyde (adv 6/1 BOG) : 5th at 5/1

24/01/15 to 31/01/15:
0 winning bets from 6
P/L: -6.00pts

7 winners from 23 = 30.43% S.R.
P/L: +8.88pts
POI = +38.61%

295 winners from 1031 = 28.61% S.R
P/L: +236.57pts
ROI: +22.95%
plus a 12pt profit from 1 forecast => +248.57pts from a 1032pt outlay = +24.09% ROI

P.S. The full month by month SotD story can be found right here.
P.P.S The review of SotD's 2012 performance is here.

Whilst the details for 2013 are now online here.
And the figures for 2014 are now available here.

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3 replies
  1. Doshtosh says:

    It has, obviously, been a shocking week and ironic after what went on before that, but, Whilst the results were hateful I’m sure no one could level any criticism at you, indeed had a couple, or three, of the recent winners been held over for last week, we’d all have been happier. I, also, think that if one were involved only with S.O.T.D. attitudes towards ones betting would be more palatable, but being involved in a couple, or more, and them on skid row, too, one’s out look becomes more dismal, also using the one service, one’s “outside” action may be more tempered, but it’s what it is, and for sure, Chris, it, certainly, isn’t anything to criticize you for.
    Now, a nice 20/1 shot will sort everything out!☺But, a nice 5/2 ish poke would be “fun” as they say, too.

    • Chris Worrall says:

      Cheers, John.
      The second half of January has been very difficult for many people. I know I’m not the only one in this position. many people whose opinions I respect have also struggled.


  2. PauljD says:

    As a relative newcomer to “serious” betting, the last couple of weeks have been a good illustration of the principles you and Matt have educated me on over the last year or two. Firstly – betting goes in cycles; you’ve said we can typically expect around 2 winners a week so if we get 6 in one week there’s every chance of missing the next 12. Secondly- take a long term view; January still shows a good profit. Finally, have a portfolio; Double Dutch has delivered and there have been some good winners off the Shortlist, so I’ve managed to turn a decent profit for January. Having said that, looking at the numbers again Stat of the Day would have beaten the lot!
    Thanks again for a fantastic source of information and entertainment. Let’s hope for a big February.

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