How It’s done…
Retirement betting uses an initial stake and divisor to calculate a targeted profit. By using odds it calculates bet sizes so that you reach your intended target profit.
Your initial stake should be equal to 1% of your betting bank. If your betting bank is £1,000 then your initial stake should be set to £10.
The divisor is determined by multiplying your average winning odds by 2. For example, if your average winning odds are 4.0 then the divisor would be 2 * (4.0 – 1.0) = 2 * 3.0 = 6.0
Your initial target profit is calculated by multiplying your initial stake with the divisor value. For an initial stake of £10 and divisor of 6.0 your target profit would be set to £60. If the price for your selection is 3.0 then your final bet size would be £30 as that would give you profit of £60 at price 3.0.
Your target profit is added to by losses made and decreased by profit made. It is never less than the target profit value calculated by multiplying divisor and initial stake.
On each winning bet the divisor should be decreased by the value that you set (default is by 1.0). And after X losing bets the divisor should be increased by 1 e.g. after every 6 losing bets increase divisor by 1.
You can download worksheet for Retirement staking plan that will allow you to set your own settings and see the results.