Welcome to our Racing Investment review, where you will see us put this horse racing tipster service from Betfan under scrutiny for 3 months. Racing Investment is claimed to be more of a betting system than a tipping service and usually advises 3 to 4 selections per week. Racing Investment also stated to run the system the night before racing and again in the morning to ensure circumstances haven't changed e.g. going and non runners. The daily selections are posted online and a username and password issued to allow access to the member's area. However this is a back up as Racing Investment also email all selections by mid morning. They have also issued a staking plan which promises to help maximise earning potential from selections and the daily advice is said to be clear on what to stake on which selection. The owner also advises that any selection that he gives, his money is also down on too.
The table below will show the cumulative performance of the service at the end of months 1, 2 & 3.
The Racing Investment review got off to a bad start with just 2 wins from 9 bets in 17 days showing a loss of £230 using £10 level stakes on the £1000 Bank. The remainder of the month showed no improvement as can be seen from the figures below, in spite of there being 6 more winning bets which brought the losses down by only £40.03. 8 winning bets in a month needs to be of high odds in order to entice punters to afford the subscriptions and pocket some profit. Selections were obtained from the Betfan Member's area which requires a User Name and Password, and were clear and easy to understand and posted usually before 11.00 am on the day of racing. Let's hope the second month of The Racing Investment review will show better results.
Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes
Number of bets
Number of wins
Return On Investment
Month 2 Summary
Sadly there was no recovery during the second month of The Racing Investment review, and in fact the results were worse than the first month. It would need a miracle to turn this service around as I don't believe those paying a monthly subscription would continue and pay for a third month.