…but not the picnic type, as you’ll now see in the Geegeez System Trials Roundup to 12/09/2017!
Max is the brains behind Sports Spread Betting, the first spread betting service we’ve reviewed here. This service trades mainly in football, cricket & horse racing and in the last fortnight has achieved a 50% strike rate (12 from 24), earning subscribers an average of 7.94pts per trade.
It’s difficult/unfair to judge a spread betting service via its ROI, as the potential losses aren’t realistic. Let me give an example… last night (Tuesday), Sports Spread Betting advised to “buy completed passes” at 820 in the Man Utd v Basel match. Now this means we needed 821 passes in the game to make a profit and therefore by definition the loss could be as high as 820pts. An unrealistic loss, of course as there was always going to be some passes in the game.
So, I’m happy to overlook supposed ROI for this one (and a couple of others), whilst advising you to keep a close eye on Sports Spread Betting who have already made almost 260pts profit under review : the full story is right here.
Using a £2 per point stake made that service our second highest money earner of the fortnight, beaten only by the high-frequency Rod’s Runners , who hit 21 winners from 145 (very busy!) since my last report and this 14.5% strike rate helped them to a profit of almost £410 at an ROI of over 28%! The exact figures along with every selection can be found here in Barry’s review.
And our weekly top three money makers are completed by Back & Win (Fire & Forget), another one that I’m not too bothered about compiling ROI figures for. This one is one of a couple of Stop at a Win services that we’re also trialling for the first time (I warned you last time around that we were introducing something different!).
Back & Win (Fire & Forget) basically backs favourites to make a profit of 1pt, stopping as soon as a winner is landed. It would be unfair to compare this one on an ROI basis, as the maximum profit is 1pt per day, but at our nominal £10 per point stake, this one has made 10pts/£100 in 10 days, so whilst the ROI might not be the best, the strike rate is technically 100%! Phil’s review explains the service in a little more details and logs every bet for you.
Aside from these three who made just over £890 between them, four other services showed a combined profit of £207, with a further four services losing some £259. Brief details of all these products are in the “league table” below, whilst clicking the links to their respective reviews will give you the bigger picture.
… and now here is that updated “league table”, ordered by overall profit this time…
|System||Profit||Service Days||Trial days||Fortnightly P/L||Full Review||ROI|
|Rod’s Runners||£619.63||(at day 16)||16||£409.63||Click Here||37.78%|
|Sports Spread Betting||£516.80||(at day 15)||15||£380.90||Click Here||N/A|
|Back & Win (Fire & Forget)||£100.00||(at day 10)||10||£100.00||Click Here||N/A|
|Back Lucrative (WP)||£75.83||(at day 7)||7||£75.83||Click Here||36.11%|
|First Class Fancies (WP)||£55.50||(at day 1)||1||£55.50||Click Here||111.00%|
|Target Tips||£50.63||(at day 7)||7||£50.63||Click Here||14.47%|
|Omaha Racing||£128.06||(at day 44)||44||£25.10||Click Here||13.28%|
|Pinnacle Racing Tips||-£129.55||(at day 14)||14||-£9.55||Click Here||-14.89%|
|Sequence Lays||-£66.93||(at day 11)||11||-£66.93||Click Here||N/A|
|Flat Flyers (WP)||-£70.00||(at day 3)||3||-£70.00||Click Here||-100.00%|
|Platinum Winners||-£112.61||(at day 12)||12||-£112.61||Click Here||-30.44%|
As usual, clicking the name of a service takes you straight to their home page, whilst there are links to every review above.
With the vast majority of these reviews still around the quarter point of the trial (or even shorter), it’s clearly far too early to start making too much judgement about any of them, but it’s patently obvious that both Rod’s Runners and Sports Spread Betting are worth keeping a close eye on, as their very reasonable membership fees are already generating excellent profits. Sadly the same hasn’t yet been the case for Platinum Winners, but after just 20% of their trial, there’s still every opportunity for them to come good.
If you’ve any queries about any of these (or others we’re not covering) services and their reviews, please don’t hesitate to ask me or post a query at the bottom of the review. We’re only too happy to assist. Failing that, I’ll be back in a fortnight with half-time reports on many of the current batch!