Goal Hunter Review

Goal Hunter is a brand new product which is offered by Betting Prophet, a subsidiary of Jon Roberts’ Football Advisor. It claims to show you how to make profit yourself through in game trading.

Introduction to Goal Hunter 

I find it rather interesting that I have looked at so many products recently that have been based around trading on betting exchanges rather than straight forward tipster services. There is little denying the fact that as more and more bettors start to make money, more and more people are going to be pushed away from bookies due to accounts being restricted or closed.

This leads me to todays subject which is Goal Hunter.

This is a course that will teach you to trade which comes from Jon Roberts and the Football Advisor team. I have looked at their products before now with some rather mixed feelings, however I actually have quite high hopes for this.

goal-hunter-reviewI believe that there is some genuine potential to Goal Hunter, so let’s jump in and look at why this is.  

What Does Goal Hunter Offer?

Jon Roberts doesn’t provide a whole lot of information in terms of what you can expect from Goal Hunter.

Honestly, given my previous experiences with the wider Football Advisor services, this doesn’t surprise me. It does however restrict what I can and can’t talk about without giving things away. None the less, I will do my best to provide a decent amount of insight into what you can expect from Goal Hunter and whether or not it is worthwhile.

In terms of what you are getting, Goal Hunter is a very comprehensive and well put together training course. Everything is presented in a fashion that should allow anybody to follow along and start making successful trades throughout the day.

Through following the training manual, Jon Roberts says that you should pick up a number of different skills. These range from things that would be helpful to newbies like how the markets move and what influences price movements, going up to how to effectively predict price movements. Goal Hunter really does cover a lot of ground and I think offers a pretty solid foundation in terms of teaching you how to trade, something some guides overlook.

As the name suggests, Goal Hunter is predominantly concerned with goals which of course means football betting. More specifically, you will be focussing on goals markets. Because of the approach that Jon Roberts has to betting in the training, this opens up your betting for a wide variety of games and leagues.

This means that there is the potential to bet every day if you are following Goal Hunter, and place a decent volume of bets as well, an area that some trading courses lack.

Finally, there are a number of bonus products that are included which are designed to complement the core of Goal Hunter.

This includes a trading tracker which Jon Roberts personally uses to monitor his own trades, as well as his own personal trading growth planner. This theoretically allows you to massively increase your returns. Finally, Goal Hunter comes with a passive trading strategy for those days when you don’t necessarily want to be sat at your computer every time there is a game you can bet on.  

How Does Goal Hunter Work?

There isn’t too much that I can say about how Goal Hunter works for obvious reasons. What I will say is that the training is decent, however the focus here is ultimately on a strategy. This means that there is a pretty definite approach to betting how Jon Roberts recommends.

This isn’t something that everybody will be looking for. As I have mentioned, there is information on wider trading and it is definitely helpful, but this is a system that you are buying and ultimately, that is where the focus lies which is fair enough.

What I can say is that this is an in game trading strategy. This does unfortunately mean that you need to be at your computer in order to bet which will put some people off, but it has the advantage that the strategy Jon Roberts teaches in Goal Hunter can be used pretty much as and when you want.

As long as criteria are met, you are able to trade on the exchanges. One thing that I will point out however is that whilst you have to be at your computer, trades can literally take minutes to turn around which has a raft of pros and cons. Predominantly, you don’t have to be at your computer long, however you do have to react quickly in order to maximise the profitability.  

What is the Initial Investment?

Jon Roberts is asking for a one time payment of £77 if you want to gain access to Goal Hunter. This is a not insignificant cost. It is worth noting that payment is processed directly via Paypal and given that there is no mention of any refund policy being in place. Given that there hasn’t ever been anything like this from other Football Advisor products, I would expect that this is also the case for Goal Hunter.

What is the Rate of Return?

How much you can expect to earn with any trading product is entirely dependent on what you are willing to put into it. One the sales page for Goal Hunter, Jon Roberts shows examples of winning £141.85 in a 12 minute period.

We are also shown an example of the strategy producing £344.59 over a 3 day period. I don’t believe that these are results that are necessarily obtainable for everybody, or in fact most people. Realistically though, there is definitely potential for profit in Goal Hunter, but how much you make is dependent on too many personal factors to offer any sort of definitive answer.

Conclusion on the Goal Hunter service

I will hold my hands up and say that when it comes to Jon Roberts’s tipster services, I am not necessarily fully convinced, however one thing that I have said is that I genuinely believe that his knowledge of football is fantastic.

This comes into play with something like Goal Hunter as I believe that knowledge is arguably more important than a tipster service to some degree. This comes down to the fact that when you are trading, you are going up against other regular users, and as such, knowing more can give you an edge.

In terms of the training itself, it is quiet fair to say that Jon Roberts has put together a pretty decent package and that is something that is commendable. Everything is simple enough to follow and the strategies are definitely viable.

It seems like a strange thing to say, but this can really be something that is standout when it comes to trading products. I can’t count the number of training products that I have looked at before now that have strategies that rely on ridiculously narrow windows of time in which you can trade, or involve huge amounts of investment.

One of the things that I do want to talk about is the value for money when it comes to Goal Hunter.

Fundamentally, I believe that there is value to be had here. The service isn’t expensive and I think that you definitely get enough given what you are paying for. With that having been said, I do think that there are some issues In my opinion though, these have more to do with what else there is out there than necessarily reflecting on Goal Hunter.

If you look at this website, there are a few different trading products that are recommended, and that is for good reason. They are all also less expensive than Goal Hunter is.

Now I can appreciate that there are different products, but ultimately, I am of the opinion that when it comes to trading, what you are betting doesn’t necessarily matter. The end result is the most important aspect, and if you can categorically say that one service works well at a lower cost than others, I don’t see why you would pay more than you have to.

So Goal Hunter isn’t bad, and it represents value for money. This is more than you can say for a lot of tipster services, however the fact that there are better alternatives on the market leads me to conclude that this wouldn’t necessarily be for me.

With that having been said, I can definitely see the appeal of Goal Hunter and I don’t think that it is a bad product in and of itself.

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