When Stats Align is a horse racing tipster service from an alleged ex manager at William Hill bookmakers, Paul Candell.
What does the product offer?
When Stats Align is a daily tipster service offering selections for horse racing made by Paul Candell. When Stats Align offers users a large number of tips daily with Paul Candell claiming an average of 13 selections per day. These are sent out early to allow you to take full advantage of the BSP, something that appears to be integral to getting the most out of When Stats Align. When Stats Align is marketed to have produced a strike rate of 30% to date, but I shall look at this in further detail shortly.
How does the product work?
When Stats Align utilises a special method of selection that Paul Candell says is a proprietary system of his. Naturally he doesn’t divulge too much information, but he does say that When Stats Align looks at the relationship between the jockey and trainer. Of course there is the usual pitch about tables and statistical reviews but fundamentally this is what When Stats Align boils down to.
What is the initial investment?
A subscription to When Stats Align is available for a cost of £27 +VAT which provides you with selections for a month. There is a 60 day money back guarantee as When Stats Align is sold via ClickBank.
What is the rate of return?
When Stats Align is claimed to have produced a 5% ROI or a point profit of 84.34 points. This is claimed to be £2,000 per month using £100 stakes.
Most of the marketing on When Stats Align seems to be very out of date as a quick look at Race Advisor shows this service isn’t near the top any longer, but mid bottom of the table. The ROI now stands at a 5% loss and When Stats Align has dropped into an astonishing 77.91 point deficit. Using the £100 stakes that were recommended, this means that you would have lost almost £8,000 to this service.
When Stats Align was reviewed in Race Advisor earlier this year where the report was generally on the positive, but When Stats Align is a perfect example of why I always recommend monitoring consistency of a tipster service before investing.