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« on: 30 Dec 2014, 14:25 »
when i click on statement it comes up with profit/loss etc but how is the efficiency worked out?

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Re: efficiency
« Reply #1 on: 30 Dec 2014, 14:57 »
Hi,

Efficiency = (winnings-losses) / (winnings+losses)

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« Reply #2 on: 30 Dec 2014, 15:12 »
But at the moment i have 9 wins ,no losses and the efficiency is 0.65,shouldn't it be 100%?

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« Reply #3 on: 30 Dec 2014, 15:22 »
It's not number of wins but amount.
So it takes into account your liability.
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Re: efficiency
« Reply #4 on: 30 Dec 2014, 15:43 »
So if i bet £1000 over the day and won £100 it would be 10%

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« Reply #5 on: 30 Dec 2014, 16:58 »
Hi,I think that would be called profit on turnover.

efficiency tells you if your strategy is spending too much to win too little. The closer to +1.00 you are, the better your strategy is (its efficient). The further away from 0 towards -1 you go, the worse your strategy currently is ( its inefficient).

See attached, 15 wins, 8 losses, efficiency -0.00. So the loss on the day1 of -6.80. Not so good but the strategy efficiency rating tells me its worth pursuing. So on another day with a better run I get 17 wins, 6 losses, efficiency is now 0.14 with a profit of 21.68

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Re: efficiency
« Reply #6 on: 30 Dec 2014, 18:54 »
So mine today was:
Total profit :£173.32
Efficiency:0.30
Wins :13
Loss: 2
Is that good?

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Re: efficiency
« Reply #7 on: 30 Dec 2014, 20:54 »
yes, if you can maintain that strike rate

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Re: efficiency
« Reply #8 on: 30 Dec 2014, 22:02 »
yes, if you can maintain that strike rate

£173 is a nice profit but I think ROI i better, so you actually can se the profit you made in relation to the total amount you have risked. The Srike rate says noting you can lay at odds 100 and you will probably win 50 in a row.

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« Reply #9 on: 31 Dec 2014, 09:24 »
The Srike rate says noting you can lay at odds 100 and you will probably win 50 in a row.

He's obviously not laying at 100/1 if he has 2 losses from 13 and a healthy profit, so to say strike rate is nothing is incorrect in this instance, and indeed in most. Anyway, not getting into that whole s/r thing again. The point is efficiency of +0.30 is good

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Re: efficiency
« Reply #10 on: 31 Dec 2014, 11:40 »
You are right Larp, I apologize that I expressed myself a bit clumsy. I just wanted to say that I find it easier to relate to ROI than the Strike Rate and efficiency.

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Re: efficiency
« Reply #11 on: 05 Jan 2015, 09:40 »
Thanks everyone,i prefer to look at strike rate but then i'm not as clever as you lot.