Fellow arbers,For those who have arbing for a long time, is NOT covering the sharp sides of your bets the best way to MAXMIZE Profits? a) What %profits of your capital can we expect if you do NOT cover other side of bets with sharps?b) what is the largest drawdown in terms of % of your capital have you experienced on a monthly basis?From what I gather, if we do NOT cover the other sides of our arb bets with sharps, we should in theory earn the long term % profits that the soft bookmaker we are arbing with makes. If the soft bookmaker has a 7% over round, we should expect a 5-6% long term profit. The 1-2% difference being the "cost" of moving odds to manage books. I for one cover all sides of my bets, but am hoping fellow arbers who had the balls to NOT cover can share how much in % terms have you made on your capital, annualised.cheers,aa
Again again and again same questions same answers there at least 2 more topics with that particular topic.... there is search button for a reason
It has already a detailed answer a repeat is just useless space
Yes, if you have kept detailed logs, I would appreciate posts of your would-have-been % profits and largests % drawdowns in a month, NOT covering your arbs VS what you have actually earned in % profit covering your arbs.As I am a relatively young arb-er, I do not qualify to post my would-have-been figures.. mine are not long run enough.With real examples of bros with balls of steel, may the rest of us who are looking to take the next leap, leap so with added confidence.
ppin this is an excellent job that you ve done. I wish I could say the difference in the x axis.
pint awesome job but do me a favor if you live arb then drag 365 to sharp books and check again for the numbers.
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