The current ROI for my Race Day Las Vegas picks for the entire year of 2012 is now sitting at $1.08 per $1.00 wagered. The total number of selections is at 108 after two selections with one selections scratching on the way to post. On a $2.00 wagered, if you had played very selection to win, you would have bet a total of $216.00 and the total return would have been $234.20. Considering this is done before I have an opportunity to actually look at the tote board, or have a chance to evaluate a “track bias” or sense any change in the weather — is actually a very serious accomplishment. At one time, I tracked a wide number of ”selections sheets” to see if any of these handicappers could BREAK-EVEN on their Best Bets. Nope, I never saw that happen, occasionally, I would find someone how would achieve a small profit for a short time, but as the size of the sample grew, the they would fall back down into the negative. On February 3rd, my ROI was up at $1.29 per $1.00 wagered and it fell down to $1.04 per $1.00 on 3/7/2012, but then rallied with 5 winners in my last 8 plays to boost the ROI to $1.09 per $1.00 wagered. It’s part talent and it’s part information. I have great information in the Power Page, so I could rally when under pressure.
So why do I go through this and why the big explanation? The answer is really simply, I ask you to use my product to “try” to win them, if follows that I should be able to demonstrate the Power Page is a product that can actually can do for you “something good”. On Wednesday, we had 5 Star horses, 3 of which won.
I was in the supermarket, and there was a salesperson hawking a “sharp knife”. The salesperson, cut into a Steele hammer and then into a wood board and then sliced up some tomatoes as if she had just sharpened the knife, not try a dull it! Good for them, I think that is the right way to do things! This is why, I am asking everyone to use the Power Page — because I know for a fact it’s a great place to start your handicapping and I can actually demonstrate that I CAN WIN using the Power Page! Maybe you can too. Is there anyone else — doing it and proving it?