…seem to be the order of the day in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 25/10/2016.
We don’t see too many triple figure weekly profits/losses from the products we review but this week, six of our 13 active reviews showed a change to their bottom line of over £100 on the week with four going the right way and two losing ground.
Let’s start with the big earners, shall we?
Well in reverse order, we initially come to the Morning Value Service, who after getting the wooden spoon last week, his back with a profit of £102.50 this week (full details here), but that decent profit was still some way short of making our weekly top three, for 3rd place was taken by Quentin Franks Racing and our review of this one shows a weekly profit of some £143.50 to add to the near-£250 we mentioned in last week’s roundup.
Our weekly runner-up steps up a place from being last week’s 3rd highest earner, as Each Way Winners added a further £152.51 to last week’s returns (full details here), but that wasn’t enough to take top spot, which went to…
…Nick Hardman and his Big Race Analysis, which after a couple of quiet-ish (by his standards) roared back to form with a gain of £187.50 to further cement his place at the top of the overall “league table” as you’ll see shortly. We have, of course, listed every one of Nick’s bets for you, here in this review.
And now to those triple digit losses…
…where it was a poor week for two services who have both shown ability to rack up profits in the past. This does, of course, suggests that it was just an off-week for the pair, but regardless of that, Value Racing Tips lost £125.00 (and here’s how that happened) and somewhat perversely, the wooden spoon this week goes to last week’s top earner the Evening Value Service, who lost £165.45 (details here), but made so much last week that’re still almost £233 up on the fortnight!
And here’s how all that changes our “league table”…
|System||Profit||Service Days||Trial days||Weekly P/L||Full Review|
|Big Race Analysis||£1,612.83||(at day 46)||46||£187.50||Click Here|
|Quentin Franks Racing||£736.40||(at day 22)||22||£143.50||Click Here|
|Evening Value Service||£733.68||(at day 25)||25||-£165.45||Click Here|
|Morning Value Service||£623.60||(at day 32)||32||£102.50||Click Here|
|Value Racing Tips||£469.50||(at day 51)||51||-£125.00||Click Here|
|Each Way Winners||£296.76||(at day 30)||30||£152.51||Click Here|
|Top Form Racing||£151.65||(at day 31)||31||£29.10||Click Here|
|Value Racer||£3.39||(at day 48)||48||-£23.92||Click Here|
|Sports World||-£10.47||(at day 8)||8||-£39.00||Click Here|
|The Football Formula||-£22.90||(at day 7)||7||-£22.90||Click Here|
|Low Hanging Profits||-£58.33||(at day 55)||55||£1.24||Click Here|
|Sports Betting Pays||-£75.10||(at day 11)||11||-£1.80||Click Here|
|Pro Footy Tips||-£109.80||(at day 55)||55||-£22.40||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.
As you can see, Nick Hardman and his Big Race Analysis are some way clear of the pack and it’s not inconceivable that this service will make over £2,000 during 60 betting days under review. I’ve been following and backing these selections myself for some considerable time now and I’d strongly advise any of you to do the same.
Yes, Nick only tips at weekends and Festivals. Yes, he’s giving an average of 9-10 bets per betting day, but after 46 betting days on review, his strike rate is 25.12% and the ROI from backing all his selections is a fantastic 37.16% and if you considering signing up for any of our reviewed service, it really should be this one!
Yet, despite this large profits available, the membership fees are very reasonable/affordable and we’ve even negotiated a discount for Geegeez readers!
- Monthly : £29.97 (£22.47 for Geegeez readers via this link)
- Quarterly : £69.99 (£52.49 discounted rate)
- Annual : £239.88 (£186.75 discounted rate)
And that’s that for another weekly roundup. No update next week, as I’m away for half-term to recharge the batteries, although keeping my 11 yr old daughter entertained might be more draining than working, so I’ll be back with you all on Wednesday 9th November for a fortnight’s catch-up.