Created by the eponymous Brian Stott, Brian Stott’s AW System is a horse racing system for identifying potential winners for all weather races.
What is the product?
Brian Stott’s AW System is a PDF document that shows users the same methods that Brian Stott says that he uses to identify winning bets. As is implied by the name, Brian Stott’s AW System is an all weather betting system. Because you are picking your own selections, there will not necessarily be a bet every day however Brian Stott estimates that it averages out at one per day and I have seen examples of as many as 6 bets per day. Staking looks to be a I and 2 point system with longer odds risking less of the bank which works well with the alleged 45.77% strike rate. Whilst the promotional material for Brian Stott’s AW System is very hushed on how the system works my best guess is a form based system due to the fact that all weather tracks have less things to take into consideration. That is only speculative on my behalf however.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Selling for a rather reasonable £10 (including VAT), Brian Stott’s AW System represents a cheap option for those looking for a system to start off with. Should you find Brian Stott’s AW System is not to your tastes there is always a 60 day money back guarantee in place courtesy of Clickbank. In terms of income, Brian Stott says that Brian Stott’s AW System has produced an overall profit of 174 points so far this year.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the low price involved and the fact that Brian Stott’s AW System seems to perform pretty well it I feel that it does provide value for money.
Brian Stott’s AW System is not something that will ever make you a millionaire however if you want a horse racing system to get you started and garnering an understanding of how to bet critically, then Brian Stott’s AW System may well be for you. The low risk involved in the meagre price tag and the money back guarantee make this worth a look in my book.