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Low Hanging Profits – Final Review

We have reached the end of our three month trial of Low Hanging Profits and here are the final results:


Profit/loss:    -57 points 
Strike Rate:    67%
Bank Growth:    -76%
Cost:   £1 for first month then £24.95/month or £59.95/quarter
ROI:   -5%
Average number of tips:    2 per day


You can view full results here.


Low Hanging Profits – Full Review


Our trial of sports tipster Low Hanging Profits has been completed and unfortunately it has finished in quite a substantial loss of -57 points.

That represents a loss of 76% of the bank, which is quite a considerable loss.

We often say that being an expert in one sport is difficult but being an expert an multiple sports is a feat only a very select few can achieve.

Sadly on the basis of our trial, Low Hanging Profits haven’t managed to join that select group.

As you can see from the graph below, it was quite an up and down trial, but always in negative territory. 

Low Hanging Profits - Profit Graph

So on the basis of such a large percentage of the starting bank being lost, unfortunately it can only be a failed rating for Low Hanging Profits.


Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Tips are sent out in morning with plenty of time to get the bets on. There are an average of two bets per day, so it’s a fairly straightforward service to follow.

Availability of prices: We had no problem obtaining the advised prices, with most of the tips in high profile events with good liquidity. 

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 67%, which on the face of it is very good, but clearly it was not high enough to return a profit at the odds they tip at.

Advised Betting Bank: A 75 point betting bank is advised for the service, which we don’t think is enough. Although the strike rate is high, the staking is high at up to 10 points per selection and an average of 6.5 points. That means even a small losing run of 5 or 6 is going to do serious damage to the bank. We think a more realistic bank would be 100-150 points. 

Subscription costs: Subscription costs are £1 for the first month then £24.95 per month, £59.95 per quarter or £219.95 for lifetime. 



We have had a number of really top tipsters emerge from the Betting Gods tipster stable, including the likes of Quentin Franks Racing and Master Racing Tipster.

Unfortunately not every one of their tipsters can be a hit and in the case of Low Hanging Profits, it’s a miss this time.

With 57 points lost and a decline in the bank of 76%, it has to be a failed rating from us. 








Low Hanging Profits – Results Update

14th November 2016

It has been a tough few weeks for sports tipster Low Hanging Profits, who have lost 36 points since our last update.

That means they are now 58 points down for the trial overall.

You can view full results here.

There have been some bad 10 point losses recently, including Hillary Clinton to win the US Election (argh!), laying Man City against Barcelona and laying West Ham versus Chelsea in the League Cup.

Those losses hit the bank pretty bad, so it will need something special over the last couple of weeks of our trial to turn things into profit for Low Hanging Profits. 






Low Hanging Profits – Results Update

25th October 2016

It’s been a better month for Low Hanging Profits since our last update, with 6 points of profit added.

That means they are now 22 points down overall, which isn’t quite as bad as it sounds as the staking is quite, with an average stake of 7 points per bet.

You can view full results here.

Hopefully the improvement we have seen in October for Low Hanging Profits will continue.

Back soon with more updates.




Low Hanging Profits – Results Update

26th September 2016

It’s been a tough start to our trial of Low Hanging Profits, who have lost 28 points in the first month of our trial.

You can view full results here.

They tip in a variety of sports including football, darts, rugby and snooker. It can be tough to make money from tipping in a number of different sports, although some do manage it, such as The Sports Guru and Betting Bias.

Hopefully this is just a blip for Low Hanging Profits and they will get back on form soon.

Back with more updates shortly. 





Low Hanging Profits – New Review

26th August 2016

Those of you who are regular visitors to Honest Betting Reviews will know we are big fans of systems that deliver high strike rates.

“Why?” – you may ask.

Well, for one, it means you will lots of winning bets and short losing streaks, which psychologically is very good.

Second, with a higher strike rate you can bet a bigger percentage of your bank on each selection, meaning bigger staking and the potential to build a bank more quickly.

Thirdly, you don’t tend to suffer from such sharp price reductions on tips like you do when a tipster is tipping at say 25/1 or 33/1 – in other words, there is a lot of liquidity in the market generally when backing at odds-on.

So all in all it is a very positive thing when you find a system with a high strike rate that also delivers profit.

That is what we have with the latest service we have come across, Low Hanging Profits from the Betting Gods stable.

This is a tipster who bets on a variety of sports including Football, Horse Racing, Cricket, Rugby and Snooker.

Their strike rate since starting up back in March is over 70%, which is excellent stuff.

Profits to date have averaged over £280 per month to £10 stakes and the return on investment is over 10%.

Low Hanging Profits is run by a guy called Raymond who has been a professional bettor for many years and has apparently perfected the art of selecting bets where bookies have priced things wrongly and the odds are ripe for picking – low hanging fruit if you like.

It’s a strategy that certainly seems to have been working well to date, so let’s see if it can hold up under the scrutiny of a live trial.

We will run our normal three month test of this and will report back shortly on how things are progressing.

In the meantime you can check out Low Hanging Profits here.

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