In this short report, I'd like to give an update on how our bet-advisory services are performing so far this year.
After the "eight keys to succesful betting" webinar I held last month, alongside the launch for my "master your betting" course, we received quite a number of emails asking for more information on our tip-based services. I'll therefore provide a quick overview of how each service works first, for those of you who aren't currently a member but may be interested in joining us.
The three services I've covered in this report include:
The full, unfiltered list of qualifiers from the various angles, systems and value based strategies in our current betting portfolio. The primary aim of this service is to generate the maximum amount of profit, and annual return on investment for its members.
The Shortlist provides 10-12 selections per day (on average), plus a comprehensive breakdown of the performance according to various factors, including race type, ground conditions, race class, number of runners, race distance, and odds.
This service is ideal for people to want to maximise their betting profit, and don't mind a higher volume of bets. It's also good if you enjoy adding your own filters, using the performance breakdown provided with your membership.
A primarily value based service, providing 5-6 selections per day (on average). The aim of this service is to reduce the volume of bets in comparison to The Shortlist, while retaining as much profit as possible, and minimising the length of losing runs.
This service is ideal if you prefer to simply place each days selections as advised, in as little as 5-10 minutes per day.
Our free daily tipping service, which provides a single selection per day from the various angles, systems, and value based strategies in our current betting portfolio.
This service is ideal for people who prefer a very low volume of bets, and don't mind playing the long game when it comes to accruing profit.
I've aimed to display the performance in an easy to digest manner, firstly by providing the headline figures for each service, from January to July: