Why does the results spreadsheet only go up as far as June 2012?
That’s when Geoff our resident daily blogger (and co-developer of ASP) retired from the ASP project. Geoff religiously recorded every game he did from early 2010 (15 months before ASP launched) to June 2012. I will be forever grateful to Geoff for creating such a comprehensive record and although the results on the sheet stop in June 2012, pretty much every conceivable game result and game development you are ever likely to encounter would have been ASP’d during that period. Some of his original blogs have found their way into the Modules you see on site.
Thanks for the email about the Assured Soccer Profits. If using larger stakes is £50 – £70 possible (on average) each day?
Yes but you really need to get comfortable with it first so that you don’t make any silly mistakes. The higher the stakes, the higher the liability and you know how Sod’s law is. It’s always going to throw some toughies at you early. On lower stakes this doesn’t seem so bad if it happens but on higher stakes early on it might put you off and then you miss out on the really easy long-term profits.
The ASP system looks good, but I do have some questions.
How much are you actually staking for the trade for each game on the results page?
How much would I need to stake and what would be the average return per game with a betting Bank of £200?
How long does it take to complete the trade per game? There are a lot of games on most days on the results page, seems like a very time consuming system?
Do you have to be monitoring the game throughout the completion of the trade?
Is there any reason why you can’t use large stakes and trade just one game for the day or at the weekend if you are very limited on time?
Kind Regards, Zed
As we are in pre-launch there is little we can add at this stage to the information on the main page of the site but to give answer to your specific questions as best we can, Geoff stakes at (normally) around the £10/£11 mark, and the average return is exactly as per the spreadsheet results. Time consumption is more often than not typically 5 or 10 minutes of real activity per game and we use a site that alerts us to any further action needed as and when required. There is no reason why you couldn’t use larger stakes but we absolutely don’t recommend that until you are totally familiar with the system.
I should like to learn the new system you will be launching in the next few weeks.
I have no trading experience. Will it still be suitable for me?
It is our absolute belief that the book we produce combined with the very useful Betfair tutorials that all new users of Betfair have is more than enough to get you started with the Assured Soccer Profits System.
a quick question,are you pick the selections for us to bet, or do we have to figure them out.
You figure them out but it is so easy that you could get your family pet to do it for you.
Intersted in Assured Profit but on looking at the results, I see that there are a number of bets each day. Does this mean you are at your computer for mush of the time? I dont mind putting in some effert, but there is a limit. What is the situation?
Hope you can help
I always find these questions a little hard to answer because I don’t really know what “much of the time means”. I ran it for an hour and a maybe three quarters yesterday, was on 7 games, and those games spanned 4.30pm to around 6pm/6.30pm so I was in attendance for 2 hours max. I didn’t sit there with my finger poised on a button for two hours, I was doing other things and because of the way we do this, I would have been alerted when action was needed.
It’s all relative, making money always requires some effort.
Just a quick question – If this is being marketed to so many people, will the market liquidity not be affected, particularly during the ‘off season’ for the English leagues? I’ve tried to trade some of these games and have noticed that this can be an issue, particularly with games from the middle east etc.
Thanks in advance for your prompt response.
We have taken liquidity in account and advise on this in the book.