Well, it's been one month (30 days) since I started tracking my software-generated baseball bets online. In that time my bankroll of $200 has increased by a whopping $15.48. Blog-wise, this is an entirely annoying result. It's neither good enough to brag about nor disastrous enough to be comical. Significant profit would have been nice, but a total collapse leaving me penniless and shirtless from virtual betting would have at least been a good story if not an unpleasant visual image.
Still, it is 7.7% profit in one month, which is better than the S&P 500 or the Nasdaq composite index did in that time frame. A savings account would have paid out less than half a percent over that same period. The fact that the recommended bets turn any sort of profit in a casino that takes a 10% cut is a consolation of sorts.
I ain't quitting my day job though.