The Professor’s Formula Review

The Professors Formula is a new horse racing tipster service from the Tipster Street stable of tipsters. It is claimed that users can generate a profit by simply following “The Professor’s” tips.

What does the product offer?

Tipster Street are generally pretty realistic about their various tipster services and it isn’t surprising to see that The Professors Formula isn’t any different with no grandiose and sweeping statements. Instead what you get with The Professors Formula is a very selective horse racing tipster service that aims to provide consistent winners with a view to generating long term profits. The Professors Formula has been operational since 2015 where it has specialised in providing around 20 selections per month, each of which is sent out to subscribers between 9am and 11am usually.

This selective approach generally looks at horses with longer odds and win bets however as you can probably tell from this set up, the strike rate for The Professors Formula is somewhat lacking. In fact, Tipster Street show a strike rate of 28% which isn’t a terrible figure. The staking plan for The Professors Formula is based around betting anywhere from 1-3 points per bet however this higher number doesn’t come up very often.

How does the product work?

Whilst it is commendable that Tipster Street don’t lure people in with false promises about what they can expect from The Professors Formula however they also don’t really have anything to say about the selection process which is disappointing. The only thing that is really said is that The Professor has been about the time they have spent developing the system (allegedly an ongoing project for many years).

What is the initial investment?

There are three options when it comes to signing up for The Professors Formula which are a monthly, quarterly and a lifetime subscription. These cost £14.95, £29.95 and £119.95 respectively with the first two options coming with a one month trial which will cost you a massively reduced £3.79. Transactions are handled via Paypal which means that there is no money back guarantee in place.

What is the rate of return?

At the end of January, The Professors Formula had made an overall points profit of 66.02 in 5 months however two of these months were actually small losses (10.15 points between them). February is currently projecting a small win of just a few points.

Conclusion

I don’t want to say that The Professors Formula is a bad tipster service because I can clearly see the appeal here of having Tipster Street providing you with an uncomplicated and easy to follow tipster service. On top of this you won’t be spending a small fortune paying into you betting bank to keep it afloat.

All things considered I think that it’s hard not to see some potential in The Professors Formula, especially since you can give it a run out for a month and see if it works for you.

 

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From: Simon Roberts