Created by the eponymous Tom Nelson, Tom Nelson Racing is a horse racing tipster service provided under the Betting Gods umbrella that uses a unique staking system.
What is the product?
Tom Nelson Racing is a horse racing tipster service that provides subscribers with daily horse racing tips. Tom Nelson Racing covers UK and Irish races with an average of 2 selections being made available each day, usually before 10am. Bets are either win or each way and use a staking plan that involves betting anywhere from 2-6 points on a bet depending on how sure Tom Nelson is that a given bet will come in. Although this does sound rather risky, Tom Nelson Racing has achieved a strike rate of 44.02% since its launch in July. Whilst there is no information provided about the selection process for Tom Nelson Racing, what appears to be apparent to me is that most of what makes up the profits for Tom Nelson Racing is the staking system.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
As with all Betting Gods products, Tom Nelson Racing comes with a 30 day trial period for just £4.95. Once this has elapsed subscriptions cost £29.95 per month, £69.95 per quarter and £149.95 for a lifetime subscription. As well as the trial period, Tom Nelson Racing also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee for additional peace of mind. In terms of income, Tom Nelson Racing has not had a losing month since going live and has attained an overall points profit for the time period of 282.17 to recommended stakes.
Does the product provide value for money?
All things considered I feel that Tom Nelson Racing probably does provide value for money.
There is a lot about Tom Nelson Racing to like but arguably the most apparent is the return on investment. At almost £30 per month, Tom Nelson Racing will bring in nearly £750 per month to £10 stakes. This is a fantastic return that if Tom Nelson can maintain will go a long way to making Tom Nelson Racing a strong part of any investor’s portfolio. To me the big question mark hanging over Tom Nelson Racing is longevity. The system has been operational for just 4 months and this isn’t a long enough time in my eyes to make a decision about long term investment.