Goal Power Review

Goal Power is a betting system created by Svend Johannson that covers football bets. The system has a strong focus on over/under bets.

What does the product offer?

Goal Power offers users betting advice on a number of football games from 30 leagues across the world. These range from the Premier League to the Singaporean League. All selection advice comes from Svend Johannson and his team with bets being placed on an over or under basis. There is also a strict staking plan that users should follow in order to obtain the best possible results. Goals Galore offers a strike rate of 58%. Something they refer to as “mere” although I think that this is rather respectable personally.

How does the product work?

Although they don’t go into specifics Svend Johannson and his team are very open about how the selections for Goal Power are made. It follows a lot of research, allegedly covering 15 years of historic data from leagues all over the world. This ultimately allows Goal Power to decide what the likely outcome will be. There is also the staking plan which operates on a simple enough idea of 9% compound interest.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Goal Power appears to still be available for a free trial. There is no mention of any pricing as this hasn’t been set yet but eventually Svend Johannson plans to make Goal Power a paid service.

What is the rate of return?

Based of £1,000 starting bank users would have seen a £454.21 profit for the month of April. Because of how Goal Power works there is no points profit available.

Conclusion

Goal Power looks like it could be a very profitable system. Svend Johannson seems to understand his betting niche very well and I believe that this is ultimately reflected in the results. I like the transparency of the system and that information is actually provided on how selections are made. This is something that most tipster services overlook and it frustrates me to no end. The proverbial icing on the cake with Goal Power is the current free trial which makes this almost a must have.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts