Created by professional gambler turned tipster “John”, Financial Racing is a new tipster service that specialises in high quality horse racing selections.
What is the product?
Financial Racing is a horse racing tipster service that is based heavily on John’s 30 years of experience and the network of contacts that he has built in this time. In fact, he says that tips for Financial Racing only come from the highest calibre sources however there is no further information provided. In terms of the system itself, Financial Racing offers regular tips however this isn’t a daily service. Odds are varied but are very rarely above 10/1 and actually have average odds of 4/1. Despite these reasonably high odds, According to John’s proofing Financial Racing has a strike rate of 38.7% which is quite impressive.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
At £49 per month Financial Racing is definitely on the pricey side, particularly for an independent tipster. There is no money back guarantee in place for this either however this is standard for the industry so can’t count too much against John. In terms of profits, Financial Racing has produced a point profit of 65.9 points since the start of December which makes average earnings of around 30 points per month possible.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I find that Financial Racing is a little too expensive to be considered value for money, especially given the fact that it is only a few months old.
I have already covered pretty well how I think that Financial Racing is too expensive. I have also discussed briefly how the service is still in its infancy and so hard to judge in terms of long term profit. The fact is that whilst there is bags of potential in Financial Racing, I would personally want to see how things pan out before committing to an investment, especially one that is so pricey. If John’s contacts are as good as he says they are then Financial Racing will still be making money in a month or two and if it isn’t, you’re not left out of pocket.