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  • Michael

    Whats the new price for Daily Profit mate?

  • SP will see a sharp increase (probably $49 a month). The Risk Free & Value will increase only slightly (probably to $39).

  • Andrew

    My week has been a complete disaster. I think I’m finally getting the idea that I have given far, far too much of my bank to GOWI.

    I agree that he will be a profitable tipster, but I put GOWI on a pedestal and assumed he would trump every other tipster I follow.

    This is entirely my fault – not Keith’s – but it’s an important lesson I’ve learnt. Took me long enough, eh?

  • That sucks mate,
    I was lucky and had more trust in other tipsters. While GOWI is individually the highest bet tipster I have right now, he is 11% of my bets (which is also probably too high). The need to spread risk and have that diversified portfolio was key for me. His loss barely impacted on my weekly result.
    No one Tipster should have such a significant impact unless you trust them implicitly. That’s why Sportpunter(across all his models) has 50% of my total bet amount.

    Hopefully a very valuable lesson learned and one you can bounce back from.

  • Guest

    Comparing my losses for the week to your profits is a real eye opener. You clearly have the much more balanced portfolio and that’s what I need to be aiming for. I have won enough this year to put me where you were at the start of your first year, so let’s just hope my graph for the next 3 years looks a lot like yours!

    I still need to learn a lot about leveraging my bank and how much to give to each tipster, but I’m a lot further along the learning curve than I was a year ago, when I thought following GOWI alone would make me a millionaire in the space of a few years.

  • Andrew

    Comparing my losses for the week to your profits is a real eye opener. You clearly have the much more balanced portfolio and that’s what I need to be aiming for. I have won enough this year to put me where you were at the start of your first year, so let’s just hope my graph for the next 3 years looks a lot like yours!

    I still need to learn a lot about leveraging my bank and how much to give to each tipster, but I’m a lot further along the learning curve than I was a year ago, when I thought following GOWI alone would make me a millionaire in the space of 5 years.

  • My portfolio still needs a lot of work to get right, but I think its weighted pretty well right now. It’s a tough nut to crack and I’m sure many have created much better portfolios. But for now it is working.

    I have no clue in my first 2 years, made so many mistakes, I’m still learning now. But if you look at the ClubGOWI website, you would assume making a million was a piece of cake.

  • Matthias

    Im really thinking about PCG … his advised odds are far from takeable (especially NHL, NCAAB, NCAAF)…plus his advised handicaps are almost 1,87-1,92 and by far not 1,95 or so, which he counts for his statistics… I dont think that he is profitable long term.

  • Agreed, thinking it doesn’t work for my timezone either. Will need to think about continuing after the NFL season.

  • Andrew

    I think the odds must be gone before the email reaches me. Some I can match, but I don’t think I ever managed to even see the advised odds on handicaps in MLB, for example.

    We have compared when we receive the GOWI email, so US customers could well have at least 10 seconds to place bets before I get the email.

    I do know guys making decent profits with PCG, so anyone who is thinking about could always try it for a month, as it isn’t exactly expensive.

  • Could be the case. But in such huge markets, not usually likely.

  • Matthias

    I have to disagree. Sometimes its not even possible to see odds on oddsportal.com or something like this when you look at the odds 10 minutes ago. Its not always the case, but its enough if it happens 1/10 times.

  • I can’t comment as I am rarely up when they come out. But recording fair odds is pretty simple and if people are complaining than it needs to be explained.

  • skyblue14

    Hi Steve, i was thinking about Dailyprofit, but could you please answer few questions before i sign up?
    1. As an european, i am only able to use sportpunter subscription, so could you please write a little bit about how the service is working (times, sending picks, some notifications? )
    2. What ROI and ROC could i expect from sportpunter without using any freebets or other promos?
    3. Which bookies are “reqiured” for sportpunter?
    Thanks a lot for now!
    PS: Thank you for your blog/page/… sometimes it is really eyeopening..keep up good work!

  • Hi mate,

    1. Early bets are released between 6:30-7:30 pm AEST, then morning picks are released 8-10am AEST. An email is sent linking to the website where the picks are.

    2. ROI will be anywhere from -2% to +5% over a season. We are looking for a 100% ROC each year.

    3. None, but as always, the more bookies you have, the better odds you will get and the more profit you make. If you don’t have access to many bookies then don’t waste your time betting at all.

    Hope this helped
    Cheers
    Steve

  • Matteo

    GOWI has just published his updated results up to Nov 30th. According to that he is up in the region of 65k for the 2014 year which if he is using 400 $ unit stakes equates to being up more than 160 units.
    I haven’t been a member for the whole year and have missed on some of his long term bets such as the McIIroy one but my results are way, way off for the worse. Has anybody achieved similar results or anything even close to it with him?

  • WOW, My bet unit was 400 for most of the season and I upped to 500 about 4 months ago.
    Let’s see my results.
    $779,471 bet, so close to 2,000 units.
    Profit of $14,186 (35 units profit)
    ROI 1.8%

    If anyone at all can back up the claim of 160 units profit then I will believe in Santa and his elves.

  • Matteo

    Yup, that’s more in line with what I have experienced. 1024 bets and a ROI of around 1%. I can normally get very close to his advised odds or sometimes even better them as I have access to some slow bookmakers, I would say I get no worse than 2% of his odds on average.
    I attach the graph from his website, hopefully you guys can see it.

  • Are you including the disaster December? As he has not.
    But I agree something isn’t at all right with his record keeping.
    A reason he has no play by play results or wanted SBC to proof his service.

  • Matteo

    Yes, sorry I was, if i do not include Dec then ROI is around 3% with 950 bets. Better but still far from his numbers.
    What is more puzzling to me is that when he did proof to SBC his results were in line with what was claimed on the site, which led me to believe his results and join his service…maybe he got lucky over that period and knowing that he couldn’t keep up with results decided to stop proofing, who knows.

  • Andrew

    Keith advises a lot of bets within a range of odds, for example, Arsenal to score over 1.5 goals 2.10-2.15. This isn’t a great example, but sometimes the range is much wider and I assume Keith’s results will always take the top quote.

    A lot of the top quotes are with European bookies I cannot bet with, meaning matching Keith’s results will be impossible. That doesn’t account for such a big difference, but it will certainly play a part.

  • 100% he takes the top odds he posts.
    If I recorded odds the way Keith does for my service, the ROI would be over 20%. It really has becomes a joke.

  • Mariano

    Just to add something else to the GOWI odds recording mess, in 2014 I’ve made 45u profit on 1830u of bets, so it’s close to 2.45%.
    This includes the “December massacre” (of which he recovered some last Friday), also the McIlroy bet but of course I’m not including some long term bets that are already lost (English football season bets).
    Oh, and I also have to say that during the World Cup I saved some money not following his advice because I’m a massive football (soccer) fan, I was watching every game and had my own opinion on that competition (for example I didn’t take his 3u bet on Brazil to win the tournament + other “World Cup winner” bets for a total of 5-6u I think).
    Yes, good results but definitely not even close to what he claims to win.

  • Yep, for someone who puts so much effort into writing pre match notes, I’m amazed at his completely dishonest record keeping. I have yet to find anyone who can claim a ROI anywhere close to his recorded one.

    Just another reason the tipster industry has such a bad name. People join services like this based on lies and then leave shortly after.

    Again, I will stay with the service as I’m happy with the close to 2% it will produce long term. I also have the added benefit of betting against his picks on certain leagues after recording my own data.