Elite Rating System is a horse racing tipster service by Stuart Oakley. He claims that all selections are made by his own personal specialist software.
What does the product offer?
Elite Rating System offers users daily selections for horse racing with selections coming directly from Stuart Oakley. The system offers users between 5 and 8 selections daily which are sent directly to your email inbox. Elite Rating System uses each way bets and has a focus on shorter odds although this shouldn’t be the case day in day out according to Stuart Oakley. Elite Rating System is claimed to have produced a strike rate of 42% at the time of writing.
How does the product work?
Stuart Oakley says that all Elite Rating System tips come from a piece of software that follows a formula that he designed. There is no substantial detail available regarding this other than Elite Rating System uses a unique rating system which is based on 4 months of research.
What is the initial investment?
There are two subscriptions available to Elite Rating System, the first is a weekly subscription which costs £9.95 or monthly which costs £29.95. There is also a 60 day money back guarantee as Stuart Oakley sells Elite Rating System through ClickBank.
What is the rate of return?
Elite Rating System is claimed to be able to produce consistent results of over 50 points per month.
Like so many tipster services what Elite Rating System really lacks is any real proofing of results. I find this to be particularly true when you consider the marketing for Elite Rating System. Stuart Oakley makes consistent claims of beating the bookie and at one point compares his software to a crystal ball that can make tomorrows picks today.
This is very contrary to the strike rate which is less than half. My personal feelings are that if Elite Rating System stretches the truth on this, what else are they holding back on?