...that I'm becoming increasingly impressed by one of our triallists who seeks to break the usual tipster mould, as you'll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 10/10/2017.
There aren't many successful spread betting services out there and we've never reviewed such a service to the best of my knowledge, but despite carrying more risk than the average tipster service Sports Spread Betting looks like it is going to smash all record for profits made in a Geegeez review. More on this shortly, but first an overview of the past fortnight.
If you had followed all 11 trails and placed every single bet at advised stakes/odds over the past fortnight, you'd now be some £507.68 better off, not a bad tax free "wage" for placing some bets and as always we had winners (6 of them) and losers (5 of them).
The winners ?
6 services made a combined profit of £1533.77, of which Sports Spread Betting's £916.50 represented almost 60% after another good fortnight with 11 successful trades from 18 (61.1% SR) and David has listed each trade right here. And I should add that these numbers are achieved at just £2 per point!
And our weekly top 3 is completed by Back & Win (Fire & Forget), which is a service that backs favourites on a Stop-at-a-Winner (SAW) basis with the aim of making just 1pt (£10) profit per day and they were 12 from 12 over the fortnight for a perfect £120.00 return. Our reviewer, Phil, is logging the daily selections here for you.
So, who didn't fare so well?
Well, 5 services incurred a combined loss of £1026.09 and like the money-makers above, one service was responsible for over half of the amount!
57.6% to be precise as a huge £591.09 was conceded by the ailing Rod's Runners, who after a good start seem to have (a) lost their way and (b) changed their approach in what looks like a loss-chasing mission. They've now lost almost £1180 in the last 4 weeks and there's surely no way back, is there? Have a look at Barry's review and decide for yourself!
Our weekly bottom three is completed by the infrequent First Class Fancies, who hit just one winner from 20 over the fortnight on their way to a loss of £144.68 and clicking here will show you which horses they picked!
And how does all of this affect the "league table"?
|System||Profit||Service Days||Trial days||Fortnightly P/L||Full Review||ROI|
|Sports Spread Betting||£1,808.30||(at day 36)||36||£916.50||Click Here||N/A|
|Pinnacle Racing Tips||£701.46||(at day 38)||38||£311.74||Click Here||32.63%|
|Back & Win (Fire & Forget)||£340.00||(at day 34)||34||£120.00||Click Here||N/A|
|Back Lucrative (WP)||£235.83||(at day 18)||18||£80.00||Click Here||27.11%|
|First Class Fancies (WP)||£63.92||(at day 11)||11||-£144.68||Click Here||13.60%|
|Omaha Racing||£32.51||(at day 60)||60||-£92.50||Click Here||2.42%|
|Flat Flyers (WP)||-£22.11||(at day 14)||14||£11.11||Click Here||-8.80%|
|Target Tips||-£118.41||(at day 30)||30||-£5.73||Click Here||-7.13%|
|Sequence Lays||-£321.31||(at day 33)||33||£94.42||Click Here||N/A|
|Platinum Winners||-£327.20||(at day 34)||34||-£192.09||Click Here||-44.22%|
|Rod's Runners||-£558.46||(at day 44)||44||-£591.09||Click Here||-8.46%|
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 don't think you need me to point out where I think you should and shouldn't be thinking of investing in a subscription, it's all down to your own aversion to risk.
Clearly the bottom two of that table above should be avoided right now, but any of our top four would be ones to consider...
- Sports Spread Betting is higher than average risk for much higher returns
- Pinnacle Racing Tips offers a small number of selections, often as multiples
- Back & Win (Fire & Forget) is a relatively low risk (back favs!) service with a low daily target and really high strike rate
- whilst Back Lucrative (WP) is more of a traditional tipping service offering an average of three bets per day.
As things stand, I'd be happy to recommend all of them and I think the four together would make an excellent portfolio, diverse in both risk and approach. If you've any queries on these services or any other we're covering/not covering, don't hesitate to ask either below or via email.
But, otherwise, that's me done until next time!
Thanks for taking the time to read this,