Offered by the Stark Investors group of tipsters, The Price is Right is a specialist service that provides users with selections that are based on backing horses at the most favourable odds.
What is the product?
The Price is Right is sold as being able to show its subscribers where the smart money is being placed. That by following the advice of Stark Investors, you will be placing bets where the professionals put theirs. This sounds impressive but the question remains of how The Price is Right is as a service. In many respects The Price is Right is a rather typical example of a tipster service with selections sent to subscribers on a near daily basis. The focus is on identifying value odds which means that you can expect to be backing horses at odds of up to 12/1 and as low as near evens. There is however some method to the selection process with Stark Investors saying that most of The Price is Right is based on market movements. They claim to have a team of experts who monitor the markets looking for any large movements in price on horses.
When this happens the race is then looked at with consideration given to the opposition, the going and other factors. If this points to a likely win, the selection is confirmed. The staking plan that Stark Investors recommend for The Price is Right is a level affair with bets made up of each way and win bets. Unfortunately there is no published strike rate but from looking over the results I wouldn’t expect it to be a particularly high number.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Stark Investors are selling The Price is Right on 3 different subscriptions. These are a monthly subscription at a cost of £49, a quarterly subscription at a cost of £99 and finally an annual subscription at a cost of £279. All payments are processed via Paypal and there is no details provided of any money back guarantee which I would take to mean there isn’t one on offer.
In terms of the income potential of The Price is Right , this is definitely there. Since April 2014 when it went live The Price is Right has made a points profit of 462.5 points.
Does the product provide value for money?
Personally I find The Price is Right to be a tad too expensive given the premise to be considered value for money.
That The Price is Right can make you money is beyond question with Stark Investors providing substantial proofing however you will need deep pockets to make it work for you. The fact that there are several examples of losing streaks of over 8 losses means that you have to be prepared to invest a lot of capital if you are losing.
This would arguably be OK for a cheaper service however at a cost of almost £50 per month I simply think that there is better out there.