Delay React Trade Review Clive Keeling

Delay React Trade is a training guide in which comes courtesy of one Clive Keeling. The service is designed to provide you with all of the information that need in order to make money through in game football trading.

Introduction to Delay React Trade

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it probably a hundred times (quite literally). I prefer a betting system to a tipster service. There is a lot to be said for being “master of your own destiny”, but more importantly than this, it means that you are in control of what you do. There is nothing worse than following a tipster through a bad run. Especially when you are doing so blindly.

Now, there are a lot of betting systems on the market, however, there are two areas that I would always like to see more of. One is trading, as opposed to betting (a distinction I will come to. Secondly, I would like to see more football betting systems. Fortunately, Delay React Trade appears to be able to deliver on both of these fronts.

In fact, Clive Keeling makes some very strong claims about his service. Of course, the real question is whether or not they can be delivered on. If they can, then this makes Delay React Trade potentially look like one of the better looking betting systems I have looked at recently, however, there are a few big questions that need to be asked of this as well. So, let’s dive in and see whether or not Delay React Trade is really worth your time.  

What Does Delay React Trade Offer?

It is always quite difficult to know where to start when I sit down to write a review of a betting system. The fact of the matter is that everything is so incredibly broad ranging that there isn’t always an obvious starting point. However, in the case of Delay React Trade, I think that there is. And that is the approach that is taken.

Back in the introduction, I wrote about how I like to see trading systems as opposed to straight betting systems. And that is quite an important distinction to make with Delay React Trade. You see, a betting system is usually very much what I would describe as “if x then y”.

Inherently, there isn’t anything wrong with this type of betting system. At least, whilst it is working. You see, what this kind of thing doesn’t teach you is… Well, anything about betting. And this kind of patterned betting is very susceptible to gamblers fallacy and seeing patterns where there aren’t any. Because actually, there are hundreds of additional factors that you ignore.

Trading is a straight numbers game. Yes, of course you have a reference point, but what you are doing is utilising momentum to ensure that you are locking in profits and cashing them out as they become available. Effectively, you aren’t reliant on an end result, and as such, it is much more flexible.

With all of that out of the way, I can talk about what you get with Delay React Trade. At the core, Clive Keeling has put together a training manual. This is a comprehensive tome which tells you everything that you need to know to implement his methods. And in many respects, it is that straight forward.

There are however a number of additional positives that should be considered. Honestly, the manual is well written. Clive Keeling covers everything that you need to know, it is well laid out, and importantly there isn’t a lot of fluff. Truthfully, I have looked at products in a similar vein to Delay React Trade and they just fill out pages for the sake of seeming like you are getting value for money.

This manual starts with the basics of trading on Betfair (something that you definitely need to know to use Delay React Trade). From here, it goes on to talk about the strategy itself and its merits. There is also coverage on finding the right games. Honestly, this is a massively important element of the service and Clive Keeling clearly knows this (I will go into the reasoning shortly). Finally, you will be told about the trading elements. This is a bit more advanced, but very necessary.

As well as this, there is a comprehensive website which includes a lot of support for the core Delay React Trade training manual. This includes live online chats, video tutorials from Clive Keeling, and access to a private Facebook group. Honestly, this kind of support isn’t something that you always see from this kind of thing, so it is a very welcome addition.

Another thing that is nice to see is the fact that Clive Keeling provides some “daily picks” for Delay React Trade. These are made available on a member’s area for the product and it contains information on what games you should be looking at. This for me highlights why it is so important to find the right kind of games.

The fact of the matter is that Clive Keeling could quite easily leave you with his explanation and that would be that. But the inclusion of these picks with Delay React Trade does allow for those who may be struggling to at least get an in. And frankly, there is a strong possibility that you may find yourself struggling here unless you are a particularly well versed trader already.  

How Does Delay React Trade Work?

Obviously, I won’t give away the finer details of what Delay React Trade involves here. Put bluntly, I don’t believe that it is fair to Clive Keeling. Irrespective of what I think of his product, it isn’t my place to give away information for free. But there is at least some information I can provide that paints a picture of what to expect.

Now the core idea behind Delay React Trade isn’t anything new. Effectively, you are looking to bet on games as they play out with a view to seeing price increases which can be exploited for profit. This includes backing, laying, and often times both, to ensure that there is profit no matter what.

No doubt there are some of you out there who see a similarity to arbing here, but honestly, that isn’t really the case. This is a much more nuanced affair that requires an eye on prices at all times, as well as quick reactions when there is profit to be locked in. Whilst that may all sound intimidating, it is also something that is very much doable. 

Ultimately though, what this is all about is teaching you. When you are finished with Delay React Trade, you should (in theory) be able to sit down at any computer, tablet, or even your phone, and make a profit trading online. This kind of approach inevitably requires hard work, but the longer term payoff is much better than those simpler “if x then y” betting systems that I was talking about earlier.

What is the Initial Investment?

Because of the nature of Delay React Trade, the pricing is a bit of a unique thing. Especially for a betting system. Actually getting access to the training manual, as well as 30 days of access to the member’s area website (and Clive Keeling’s picks) costs you £57 plus VAT. However, this is only one element. There is also a monthly subscription of £27 plus VAT which gives continued access to the member’s area site.

If you choose to sign up to Delay React Trade, Clive Keeling does provide a 30 day money back guarantee on the service. This is backed up by Canonbury Publishing who are the marketers for this particular product. Realistically, I don’t think you will have any problems claiming this if you wanted to. 

What is the Rate of Return?

And so, we land on arguably the most important question of all. How much money can you expect to make from Delay React Trade? This is a bit of a difficult question to answer if I’m honest. The sales material for the service is full of testimonials and claims from Clive Keeling that you can potentially make £200 and more in a single day. In theory, this is correct.

The reality however is that this is a trading system. How much you will be able to make from it depends on how often you are trading, how much you are willing to invest, and whether or not you pick the right games. What I will say is that I think there is clear potential to profit with Delay React Trade, however I don’t believe that everybody will achieve this due to the nature of it.

Conclusion for Delay React Trade

I’ll be blunt here. Delay React Trade looks pretty good, however, this is a massively conditional statement. First of all, I want to talk about the positives, because I think it is very important to frame those points that are perhaps not quite as impressive.

So, can I see Delay React Trade working? Absolutely. This is a system that I have little doubt has the capability to make money. I am also somewhat inclined to believe the claims made in the testimonials etc. although I will add the caveat that there must have been some pretty substantial stakes involved.

For most people, that is probably the single most important thing. But one of the main things that I like to consider when looking at a betting system is what kind of longevity it has. It’s all well and good having something that can work over a few bets, but actually having something that can be used over and over again is more important to me.

And in that regard, I think that Delay React Trade does a good job. This seems to be because Clive Keeling hasn’t set out to provide you with a formula or anything. He wants to teach you how to trade. But this does lead me into the negative aspects of the system.

Without mincing my words, it isn’t easy. At all. I mentioned it before, but the fact that Clive Keeling feels the need to offer an addition to the service in which he provides you with games to watch out for speaks volumes. 

Now, I have been involved in this industry for long enough to look at the marketing for Delay React Trade and see through it. I know what can and can’t be realistically achieved and… Well, I don’t believe that most people will hit the lofty heights that Clive Keeling claims.

Honestly, Delay React Trade is a bloody hard slog. It is one of those things that you can look through the manual, grasp the principle of it very easily, and then lose a fortune actually trying to implement it.

Ultimately, that is a problem. I know of a number of betting systems in a similar vein and there aren’t any good ones that spring to mind that create this situation for users. And that pretty much leads me into my final thoughts on Delay React Trade.

Yes, I can see how this works. It is clear that it can work. But that doesn’t mean that it will work. As I’ve said, the fact that Clive Keeling charges for his picks indicates that he is aware of this. It also conveniently opens up a consistent revenue stream for him month in and month out. But for my money, it shouldn’t really be like that.

So, would I recommend Delay React Trade? I don’t think that I would really. There are plenty of not dissimilar betting systems out there that teach you a trading method. They just… Well frankly, they do it better. They provide a system you can actually follow, that can still make you a decent income, and ultimately don’t charge you month in month out.

This is one of those cases whereby this isn’t an entirely bad product. But when it is compared to the wider market, I just don’t think Delay React Trade is as good as the competition.


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Comments (1)

I just read this review. I agree with the positive things you mention but am in less agreement with the negative ones.
You write this:

“There are plenty of not dissimilar betting systems out there that teach you a trading method. They just… Well frankly, they do it better. They provide a system you can actually follow, that can still make you a decent income, and ultimately don’t charge you month in month out.

This is one of those cases whereby this isn’t an entirely bad product. But when it is compared to the wider market, I just don’t think Delay React Trade is as good as the competition.”

In all honesty, I have no idea what systems you refer to? You really should show some examples, as for my money, I have never seen a FOOTBALL trading system which is both better and cheaper than this. I know you love the BF Scalper system here. I have that too. It is decent and affordable with only one payment and no recurrent ones, however, it is racing not football and it’s the only one I can think of which you you would state (I am not even necessarily agreeing with you, but I believe this would be one you would mention). So, since I am very interested in hearing about profitable trading strategies (as opposed to “systems”): Which ones do you recommend over this?

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