Created by Steve Davis, Stop at a Winner Bot is a piece of software that uses multiple strategies to identify horse races where there is a potential for profit.
What is the product?
As touched upon, Stop at a Winner Bot is a downloadable trading bot (not that this is unfortunately only compatible with Windows) that uses a number of strategies selected by Steve Davidson to trade profitably. There are a few factors that come into each strategy but fundamentally they are based around backing favourites at certain odds. Because it is a trading bot you will require an account with Betfair however Steve Davis does say that Stop at a Winner Bot is capable of trading below the minimum stakes. There are 5 strategies that you can implement with Stop at a Winner Bot which are essentially as follows.
Strategies 1 and 2 are very similar with the main difference being the odds that Stop at a Winner Bot will look to bet at. In the first strategy Stop at a Winner Bot will look at odds of between 2.50 and 10.00 whilst the second strategy looks for any horses that offer odds of 3.95 or above. The third strategy is not dissimilar to those before it but it looks exclusively at all weather racing. Strategy 4 is for Australian horse races and Strategy 5 is based around banking after the first win of the day.
Stop at a Winner Bot is controlled via take profit and stop loss (concepts that will be familiar to traders) with bets being placed a predetermined amount of time before the race starts (Steve Davis recommends 25 seconds) .Should you encounter any losses then Stop at a Winner Bot will stake to try and recover these losses (which is where your stop loss comes in).
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Steve Davis is currently selling Stop at a Winner Bot at a cost of £99.97 which buys you a 12 month license to use the software on your own personal computer or a VPN. Unfortunately there is no money back guarantee provided with Stop at a Winner Both however this is standard for Winningmore products as Steve Davis says that you are not purchasing a tangible product. In terms of the income potential for Stop at a Winner Bot, this varies considerably dependent on which of the strategies you are using. The worst performing is the All Weather strategy with 63 points of profit since February whereas the best performing is a slight variation on Strategy one which Steve Davis says has made over 377 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
Stop at a Winner Bot is not entirely cheap and I have some misgivings about Winningmore products as there will be as many that flop as earn a decent profit.
There is arguably some merit to the various strategies that Stop at a Winner Bot employs. There are things that I feel are perhaps a little overlooked such as the risk that is involved with Stop Loss (especially at the values that Steve Davidson recommends). As always with Winningmore products my biggest issue surrounds the lack of any money back guarantee. The fact is that whilst Stop at a Winner Bot has demonstrated an alleged profit so far (there is no real proofing provided) this has been known to change with products from this marketer. With that in mind I would recommend exercising caution if you want to buy.