The new tennis season is underway and the first major of the year starts in just a matter of weeks. They say that ‘three is the magic number’ so, in this post, I’m going to cover my method for finding and combining three solid selections into a single multiple bet.
I recently published a post about in-play tennis prices on Betfair Exchange and how, given the mechanical structure of tennis scoring, one could identify ahead of time the likely levels player prices might reach in the event of a pivotal moment (such as breakpoints and sets won). Entering a trade
Followers of the blog will be familiar with my each way betting side hustle on horse racing. This continues to be a great source of side income, but horse racing is not a passion of mine in any way, shape or form. My true sports passions are football and tennis
In response to growing questions about Each Way Betting and requests for spreadsheet assistance or templates, I will walk you through my own personal approach to this and you are free to take a copy of my personal spreadsheet and tailor it to your own needs 🙂 Now, before we
In my previous post, we examined the differences between time-weighted and money-weighted rates of return and how the latter can be significantly affected by the size and timing of cash flows. It’s also, therefore, likely to be the most accurate method to calculate your actual personal rate of return as
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‘Billion Dollar Whale’ is an incredible book, which they actually tried to ban publishing in Britain. It examines the incredible tale of how one man swindled over $5bn with the aid of Goldman Sachs in what has been described as the “heist of the century”. Gobsmacking how this sort of thing continues to happen.