You know back in the second part of May/early part of June, I remember going on a run of about ten consecutive days where the portfolio made money. Some days it was a small amount only, on others the profits were significant. After about six days or so, I remember thinking each morning about how much I was going to make that day. I knew the run couldn't and wouldn't last, but the fact is that I expected to be recording gains at the end of the day.
Today was the seventh consecutive losing day. I am now waking up, expecting to lose money. All I wonder is how much.
This isn't meant to be doomy and gloomy though. I've been through these runs before, and they do get easier to deal with. I know it is when, not if, things will turn around. I've seen all this before and I guess it's when experience really does count. Mentally I'm fine - just bored. Bored with losing. I want to win just to break the monotony, if you know what I mean? Perhaps tomorrow.
A blank today from three selections from The Market Examiner.
ProBandit played in three races and found the winner of one (Red Courtier - Kempton - 9/2) to produce a profit on the day.
A very small loss from Winning Racing Tips, whose selection finished third (Thirsty Bear - Bath - 4/1).
Finally Chasemaster suffered from non-runners in their selected race this evening. Two of the blighters meant a 17 horse race paying each way on the top four was reduced to 15 runners, each way paying first three home. You guessed it Ours was edged out for third on the run in.
Wednesday 6th July: Staked £190, -£38.40.
Running total: -£645.12 (roi -54.62%).
Drip, drip, drip...