Today I want expand on the recent comments of Andy Bell and Jimmy Welsh two of my fellow newsletter contributors regarding how and why so many clients jump ship when their advisory service hits a barren patch.
It seems to me many people in this world have the need for instant gratification which in my opinion shows a complete lack of maturity.
The I know what I want and I want it now behaviour is on the increase and all it does is lead people into the get quick rich mentality that charlatans benefit from.
We have all seen the ads offering magic diet pills, moody golf equipment, phony university degrees and of course the tipster who comes out the woodwork trying to sell you the Holy Grail of betting systems.
Those that market these products know they have suckers waiting to buy as they realise the human flaw that too many of us are unwilling to work or wait for genuine rewards.
However today I’m appealing to those of you who fall into this trap to realise to make substantial amounts of money and regular profits to stick with your current advisor for the long haul and not look to see if the grass is greener elsewhere.
Last week I referred to the new 5 point staking which is great as it offers a fairer playing field for all tipsters and I hope nobody tries to abuse the staking by putting up to many selections and asking punters to lay out 30 or 40 points on a days betting.
We at Betting Opportunity and Fold4Gold always try to keep staking affordable and realistic. Yesterday Betting Opp advised two 2pt singles and an each way double all lost but the total stake was 6 points.
At Fold4Gold we put up three 2 point singles, three win doubles and an each way treble total 9.5 points. Which found 2 nice winners reaping a near 18/1 winning double.
What I would suggest is always look at the Betfan proofing pages as they are the most transparent and genuine in the industry to see which tipster suits your style of betting and staking.
Lets move on to today’s racing and see if we can find a winner for Howies Hottie. I’m going for a horse who I put up some week ago when he ran 4th.
The tip is Temple Road in the 2:20 Lingfield who in actual fact has been 4th on his last five starts which at least shows he is consistent. This time he drops down to 5 furlongs and in my opinion he has not been getting home over the extra furlong this year.
Adam Kirby takes the ride and at the weights the gelding must have chances of reversing placings with some of these on previous runs over the minimum trip.
The eyecatchers have started off the new year in devastating form with 4 winners this week Als Memory, Souriyan, Your Pal Tal and Kung Fat Choy.
I must admit I have thought of starting up an eyecatcher service just recommending these horses to clients without points just backing them to a level stake as I bet many out there would pay a kings ransom for so many hot winners however remember at Betfan you are getting it FREE.
Tattling trainer C.Dwyer – Returned to the track after a long rest last week and will be fitter next time. He is a hold up performer who has a good kick when produced late.
Miami Gator trainer K.Burke – Continues to run well in low grade and it’s possible 7 furlongs might suit him best.
Watt Broderick trainer I.Williams – Tipped him last week when he came with a good run only not to quite get home. It could be that a slightly shorter trip is the answer.
Chatham House Rule trainer G.Elliot – Led all the way in Irish novice hurdle causing an upset as the better fancied Peptite Parisienne trained by W.Mullins was expected to win. Both horses are owned by Gigginstown House and should be watched when they run and monitored for the Triumph at Cheltenham.
Viking Blond trainer P.Bowen – 2nd in Plumptons Sussex National this gelding seems to be back in form and is very well handicapped.
Back next Wednesday have a good week and be lucky.