All Weather Profits Review

All Weather Profits is a horse racing tipster service offered by Tipster Street, a tipster stable. As is implied by the name of the product, All Weather Profits is for all weather racing.

What does the product offer?

All Weather Profits is a horse racing tipster that offers daily tips for all weather races in the UK. All Weather Profits has been operational for a significant amount of time and has been profitable since 2010. The strike rate for All Weather Profits stands at 21% with an average of 78 selections per month. A 200 point betting bank is recommended with level stakes of 2 points per bet.

How does the product work?

There is very little information on how the selections are made which is rather disappointing. Given the fact that All Weather Profits uses a very specific race type I believe that this will likely utilise a lot of form examination and statistical analysis although this is entirely speculative on my behalf.

What is the initial investment?

All Weather Profits come with three different subscription types. These are £29.95 per month, £79.95 per quarter and £249.95 per year. There is a 1 week trial available for £1 although there is no money back guarantee.

What is the rate of return?

So far for 2014 All Weather Profits has made a points profit of 219.64 points. Unfortunately this isn’t necessarily reflective of the performance as All Weather Profits has had 3 losing months and 3 winning months between January and June. Since its inception in 2010, All Weather Profits has allegedly made 1175.74 points of profit.

Conclusion

All Weather Profits seems to represent a reasonable prospect although the losing months in 2014 are slightly concerning with January having a 44.88 point loss and February and May sustaining losses of 8.3 and 12.74 points respectively. The length of service has been substantial and ultimately All Weather Profits is in profit, and the profitable months have produced a low of 61 points. This still reflects an ultimately strong position however and with pricing that is lower than the market standard, All Weather Profits presents a pretty attractive affair.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts