Offered through the Tipster Street stable of tipsters, All Weather Profits is a horse racing tipster service providing selections for all weather races.
What is the product?
All Weather Profits is a pretty standard tipster service in many respects. It is an email based service that offers an average 78 selections per month or around 2-3 per day with a strike rate of 21%. It uses a level staking system of 2 points drawing from a betting bank of 200 points. What is interesting is the fact that All Weather Profits only provides selections for all weather racing. Unfortunately Tipster Street don’t provide any insight into the selections process but based on the limited races that it covers my guess would be statistical analysis and form although this is only speculation.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
There are three subscription lengths for All Weather Profits. They run for 1 month, 3 months and annually and cost £29.95, £79.95 and £249.95 respectively. Every subscription comes with a 1 week trial which is available for just £1. Unfortunately there is no refund policy in place for All Weather Profits. In terms of the return it is claimed that since 2010, All Weather Profits has made an overall points profit of 1175.4 points. Looking purely at 2014, this currently stands at 219.64 points with 3 losing months. The worst of these was January which incurred a 44.88 point loss with February losing 8.3 and May losing 12.74 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the reasonable price for the service, I feel that All Weather Profits just about does provide value for money.
The biggest worry for me about All Weather Profits is the rather hefty loss in January as well as subsequent losing months. The seeming longevity of All Weather Profits goes some way to diminishing this but I still fear that there may be losing months with this, especially when you look at the odds of some of the horse involved. Realistically this is one that would suit the gamblers who don’t mind taking a risk of a losing streak for a longer term profit. I feel that if you want something that is more stable you should look elsewhere.