Good Morning, Good Morning…

…was a song by the Beatles released in 1967, before I and many of you were born, but the song actually starts with five “Good Mornings”, which is very apt when we take a look at the…

…Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 04/10/2016,

as subscribers to Kieran Ward’s Morning Value Service had five good mornings of their own last week! Kieran takes Sundays off, so with five profitable days from six, it’s no surprise to see him as this week’s star tipster.

In numerical terms, the very active MVS service offered us 99 selections, which produced 15 winners (15.2% SR) and profits of £435.10 (+43.9% ROI) to £10 level stakes. Make no bones about it, the Morning Value Service is not the cheapest we’ve ever covered, but a £22 level stake on each of those selections this week would have covered your entire subs for a year.

MVS is aimed at the serious punter and comes with a serious price tag, although if you follow the process outlined here in our review, Kieran offers Geegeez readers a substantial discount.

Kieran wasn’t, however, our only big hitter this week. Quentin Franks Racing (aka QFR) also weighed in with some decent profits. Now whether that’s his real name or not, I’m not so sure, but I do know that the selections provided seem to make money and this week was no exception. A quick glance at our review shows that over four betting days they had 4 winners from 16 selections at a strike rate of 25%.

As QFR uses a variable staking plan, we use a £7,00 per point approach on this one, resulting in weekly profits of some £234.50 or 33.5pts from an outlay of just 24pts (£168.00) at an impressive ROI of 139.6%. Once again, full details of how you can get involved can be found in the review or by clicking the Quentin Franks Racing (or QFR) name anywhere on this page!

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And this week’s highlighted services provided 85% of the profits made by the seven services who made any money this week! The other five profitable services combined for a total of £116.56, details of which can be found further down this page in our “league table”.

That chart will also tell you that three of our reviews showed a combined deficit of £216.68 with the weekly wooden spoon going to a recent addition to the panel, Each Way Winners (EWW) who suffered quite a setback, handing all of their previously made profit (and more!) in a week where they only found 4 placers from 21 E/W bets (19% SR) for an overall loss of £138.44, or almost 66% of stakes.

Our review shows that EWW have provided descent selections in the past and I/they wiull be hoping that it was just a poor isolated week : time will, of course, be the ultimate judge of that!

And now, that “league table” I mentioned…

System Profit Service Days Trial days Weekly P/L Full Review
Big Race Analysis £1,408.08 (at day 42) 42 £16.20 Click Here
Morning Value Service £682.60 (at day 20) 20 £435.10 Click Here
Value Racing Tips £621.50 (at day 40) 40 £35.00 Click Here
Evening Value Service £500.80 (at day 15) 15 -£86.70 Click Here
Quentin Franks Racing  £344.40 (at day 11) 11 £234.50 Click Here
Top Form Racing £167.81 (at day 19) 19 £24.50 Click Here
Value Racer £2.31 (at day 37) 37 £30.00 Click Here
Pro Footy Tips -£57.00 (at day 44) 44 -£47.60 Click Here
Low Hanging Profits -£67.82 (at day 42) 42 £10.86 Click Here
Each Way Winners -£91.86 (at day 16) 16 -£138.44 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.

Very few (if any!) surprises in that, to be honest. Big Race Analysis had a quiet week with a modest profit, but were already streets ahead of its rivals, the MVS service had a great week (as documented earlier), whilst our top three is completed by Value Racing Tips who followed up last week’s excellent result with another small profit.

It’s a sign of how strongly our top three are performing , when Kieran Ward’s other service, the Evening Value Service and today’s other highlighted product, Quentin Franks Racing  sit outside that top three, despite having made a combined £845.20 in 26 betting days.

Mind you, if they continue as they are, that leaderboard should look very interesting over the coming weeks.

At the other end of the scale, no real dramas to be honest. Yes, we’ve got three in the red, but not by much and all three have ample time to turn things around and I will, of course, be back next week to tell you if they managed it!

I’m also looking to add a couple more reviews for you, including something a little diferent to what we normally cover. But if there’s something you’d like to see us review, please do let me know.

Chris Worrall

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