Occasionally you are asked to review something and can get the wrong end of the stick as to what it is all about.
However, we learned upon closer inspection that it is nothing to do with either football or tennis, but is actually a horse racing service.
Secondly, with the word “Trader” in the title, you could be forgiven for thinking this was a trading system. In fact, it is just a straightforward tipping service with no trading involved.
Thirdly, it doesn’t appear to be much of a syndicate in the traditional sense of the term, rather it is just Robert’s tips which he shares with a small group of followers.
So it reminds me a little bit of the old saying about the Holy Roman Empire – that it wasn’t holy, Roman, nor an empire.
Anyway, enough about the name – that is not really important.
What is important is whether the service can produce regular profits and make some money for us punters.
It hasn’t been going long but results so far look promising.
Since starting out in December of last year, Robert has made over £14,000 profit.
Before you get too carried away with that figure though, please note that staking is high, with stakes ranging between 10 and 1,000 points.
So there probably aren’t too many of you out there who can stake £1,000 on one bet.
However, the return on investment is very good at 120%, so even at lower staking you would have done well so far.
The strike rate has been good so far as well at 37%, so a good proportion of winners.
So looks pretty decent all in all.
Although Robert runs another service we have reviewed – Tennis Tips – horse racing is actually his main speciality. Over the years he has refined his strategy and analytical methods and his horse racing betting makes up a significant part of his annual income now.
Let’s hope we can add to our own annual income with his tips. We will run our normal three month trial of this one, – which we started receiving tips on from 16th Feb – and will update results regularly.