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Add Yield to tipsters stats

fefran
fefran
on December 22 2020 at 10:04 PM

I think adding Yield (apart from ROI) to tipsters stats would be helpful

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OK, but according to what I'm learning:


Yield = [(Amount of winnings – Amount of bets) / Amount of Bets] x 100%
ROI = (Net Profit / Cost of Investment) x 100


Ref: https://www.thepunterspage.com/return-on-investment/


Could you please explain how ROI is calculated then? I had understood ROI was "on what percentage I've incremented my bank in a period of time" while yield was "what percentaje I'm winning with each bet on average".


I'm asking because to me it makes a difference using smartbet since I'm paying a fee with each bet, so it wouldn't be the same a ROI of 15% being achieved in 10 bets than the same ROI being achieved in 1000 bets.


Thanks


 

tango
tango
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ROI or yield = (PL / staked) * 100. This is the STANDARD definition across all tipster platforms.

Costs that can be expressed as a % of your turnover can easily be factored in your calculations to determine the net ROI or yield by just subtracting them from the source's ROI. If, for example, you are following a source with 8% ROI and the source fees are 1% while smartbet.io's fees are 0.25% for the book you are using, then your net ROI is 8 - 1 -0.25 = 6.75%

All other costs that you incur by following a source (Cost of Investment as you put it) like opportunity costs, hardware/software costs, any 3rd party costs that you may incur, etc. cannot be determined by anyone else except you. You should use a suitable staking strategy that ensures that whatever time and money you invest is justified by your expected returns.

Finally, ROC is the return on capital over a certain time period and is related to your bank growth. If you start following a source with a capital of 1000 EUR and after a month this becomes 1100 EUR as a result of the bets that you placed, then your ROC for that period and source is 10%. If during that time your cost for following that source is more than 100 EUR, then you are losing money.

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