I have received many inquiries regarding this (relatively new) horse racing tipster. His name is
What’s the style of this Tipster?
Simple and clean I would describe it as – and what I mean by that is; the odds are relatively low – the average odds are 5 and the strike rate is 30%. This simply means (pretty) low risks. However, there has been a month with, well let’s call it a negative trend – Hardly anything remarkable for a horse racing tipster though. The problem with service’s like HODL’s have some losing weeks or months is that because of the frequency of tips that are posted – your portfolio takes a relatively hard slap.
Where do I join?
Do you make profit?
Figure 1. Tipstrr’s results:
|Return of investment:||23,26%|
Figure 2. Our own tracking:
|Return of investment:||21,35%|
As you can see, the results are very similar. The difference is only a few
I’ve talked to the guy behind the service several times. When I had a question he answered back to me in seconds. The man behind
Note: if you look at HODL’s profile on
Tipstrryou will see that his recorded return of investment is higher, somewhere at 27% – that’s the longterm profit for those who have been following him from the start. Maybe those scores are more accurate than ours, but you probably get the picture alright: Tipstrrhas proven to be a reliable source of tracking. This is also why I personally like the platform: All services found on Tipstrrget their picks administered by the staff at Tipstrr– which means no cheating or misleading odds.