About Rowan

Rowan Day is the author of the Bet Diary and a regular contributor to the Secret Betting Club, writing regular reviews and articles for the service.

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Rowan first became a Secret Betting Club member several years ago and and inspired by our reports, he put together his first “portfolio” of tipster services in 2010, set up a betting bank, and went about trying to generate a significant second income from his gambling.

As is always the case for anyone new to investment gambling, Rowan made a number of mistakes when starting out. Unprepared mentally for the inevitable ups and downs of betting, he fell into many of the pitfalls that are frequently enough to put a premature end to an ambitious bettor’s career.

Rowan persevered however, gradually refining and developing his methods and learning from his errors of judgment. He wrote about his journey in what became an extremely popular blog called ‘The Portfolio Investor’ which was published on an almost daily basis between 2011 and 2014.

It was during this period that Rowan started to contribute articles and reviews for the Secret Betting Club, and worked as Editor of the specialist US Sports Betting Magazine. He now writes the SBC’s Bet Diary and continues to work on the SBC’s Betting Magazines and Tipster Profit Reports, which all make him perfectly placed to keep right on top of all that is happening in the world of successful tipsters.

Rowan’s Profitable Record Over The Years

Over the years Rowan has consistently generated strong profits, and has never experienced a losing year.  His record tells him that he can expect to achieve a Return On Capital of between 50% and 100%.

Between April 2015 and March 2016 he made a 64.4% betting bank growth.

In his most recent year – April 2016 to March 2017 he made 58.76% betting bank growth.

The 58.76% ROC figure is of great interest as it indicates just how a betting bank will have grown in relation to these profits.

If for example, Rowan began with £2,000 in April 2016, then 58.76% ROC would have made him a £1,175.20 profit by the end of March 2017.

Had he began with £20,000 in April 2016, the same 58.76% ROC would have pocketed him a £11,752.00 profit by the end of March 2017.

Here are a few more examples of how the 58.76% ROC would have helped with different sums:

  • £5,000 Starting Bank in April 2016: Profit of £2,938.00
  • £15,000 Starting Bank in April 2016: Profit of £8,814.00
  • £25,000 Starting Bank in April 2016: Profit of £14,690.00
  • £50,000 Starting Bank in April 2016: Profit of £29,380.00


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