Weekly Update

From one extreme to the other…

...is probably the best way of describing the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 26/09/2017!

You see, we have 11 active reviews and over the last fortnight, they made a small combined profit of almost £160, but that doesn't even scratch the surface of what went on!

Of those 11 trials, four of them made over £120 each for a total of £1167.37, whilst three of them of lost over £160 each, taking a total of £1099.11 from the bottom line.

So, who were the winners?

Well, top billing (financially) goes to Pinnacle Racing Tips, whose 40% strike rate (8 from 20) netted them £519.27 at an amazing ROI of 86.5% and James explains how they did it right here.

Next in line is our headline act from a fortnight ago, Max's Sports Spread Betting, who added another £375.00 to the bank by finding five successful trades from 15 and this one is now our current top earner, whose full review is here.

First Class Fancies (WP) who do exactly what you'd expect (ie Class 1 racing picks) also had a decent time of it, making £153.10 in just six days of action at an ROI of 69.6% after hitting 5 winners from 22 (22.7% SR) and our review has all the details of those picks.

And lastly, but certainly not least(ly?), we have Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which is a stop at a winner service that aims to make 1pt (£10 in our case) per day and in 12 racing days since my last update, they've achieved this each time : here's how they did it.

And our losers?

Well, in reverse order ie least worst to worst, we kick off with Target Tips, another Stop at a Winner service that uses progressive staking, but a couple of bad days will really damage the bank, as shown by a loss of £163.61 over the fortnight, wholly attributable to a run of nine losers at a cost of £370 a week ago. But for those two days, this one was/is going well. Judge for yourself right here.

Next, we have Sequence Lays, whose name pretty much explains what they do, but with only 11 successful lays from 19 using a stop at a winning bet approach, they ended up losing £348.80 over the fortnight and a glance at David's review gives you a rough idea why I'm personally not keen on SAW approaches.

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And the wooden spoon (drumroll/balloon bursting as appropriate) this time goes to the previously heralded Rod's Runners, who've had an absolute stinker, I'm afraid, raising some concerns.

They seem to have lurched into a quantity v quality conundrum and picked the wrong choice (in my own opinion, of course!) A service that promises 8-10 selections per day, shouldn't have issued 105 bets in the past five days and this may well have contributed to the poor performance that saw them hit just 17 winners from 219 selections at a strike rate of 7.7%, pretty much half their normal ratio.

And from an average of 15 bets per day, they lost £587 over the fortnight, which equates to some 26.7% of stakes, as documented here in Barry's review.

The other four services I haven't mentioned showed 2 profits and 2 losses, but nothing earth shattering between them and links to those reviews can be found...

...here in our updated "league table", sorted by profitability this time...

System Profit Service Days Trial days Fortnightly P/L Full Review
Sports Spread Betting £891.80 (at day 26) 26 £375.00 Click Here
Pinnacle Racing Tips £389.72 (at day 25) 25 £519.27 Click Here
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) £220.00 (at day 22) 22 £120.00 Click Here
First Class Fancies (WP) £208.60 (at day 7) 7 £153.10 Click Here
Back Lucrative (WP) £155.83 (at day 18) 18 £80.00 Click Here
Omaha Racing £125.01 (at day 56) 56 -£3.05 Click Here
Rod's Runners £32.63 (at day 30) 30 -£587.00 Click Here
Flat Flyers (WP) -£33.22 (at day 9) 9 £36.78 Click Here
Target Tips -£112.68 (at day 18) 18 -£163.31 Click Here
Platinum Winners -£135.11 (at day 12) 12 -£22.50 Click Here
Sequence Lays -£415.73 (at day 23) 23 -£348.80 Click Here

As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.

Now, I know that spread betting can be volatile at the best of times, but Sports Spread Betting seem to have got a pretty good handle on it and whilst you might be reluctant to dive in just yet, I strongly urge you to keep an eye on this one, as it looks like it could very well complete its 60 days with us with a massive profit.

The vendor of this one is very approachable, so if there's anything you'd like to ask about this one (or any other service, of course), leave a comment below or email me at the usual address(es).

And that's it from me today, enjoy the rest of your week and I'll bring you another update in a fortnight!

Chris

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