The graph basically shows how your account total would look after betting on our suggested tips starting from a particular date. (x axis)

The graph shows how your *starting balance* (total available account currency) fluctuates daily based on the results of our suggested tips.

While the trend is clearly ascending on the long-term you must focus on short-term *survival* e.g not staking too much of your starting balance (3-5% should be ok)

Whatch out for high spikes, joining after a recent winning streak is generally not a good idea as the overall accuracy for our tips is the same on the long-term.

The spikes happen when we have an abnormal win-rate (e.g winning 8 out of 8 tips on a day even though our long-term accuracy is 40% and we should of won 4/8). This is known as small sample bias

A good analogy is flipping a coin. You generally have 50-50 chance of getting heads or tails in the long-term, if after 6 trials you got 5 heads and 1 tail
there is greater chance that continuing to flip the coin will get you more tails. (provided of course that the coin is not rigged)