The Win and Place Investment Plan Final Review
I have been following The Win and Place Investment Plan for three months so it’s time to give my final review:
The Win and Place Investment Plan is a horse racing system which has seven main rules to find the selections using either The Racing Post paper or the paid membership version of The Racing Post Website.
The Win and Place Investment Plan comes as a seventeen page Word document which is clearly written and gives a good explanation of the author’s (Steve James) reasoning for the rules. The system works on all UK codes with exceptions to some types of races, a few major meetings and does not operate on Sundays.
The Win and Place Investment Plan boasts a strike rate of +65% on the win bets and over 90% on the place bets.
The Price for The Win and Place Investment plan is currently £95.00 which includes the selections free for three months.
There is also an option to join a forum for £30.00 per month where the selections will be posted.
As per the author’s suggestion, I used a theoretical 42 point bank and placed 2 points on the in win and 3 points on the place at Betfair SP.
During the 90 day trial The Win and Place Investment Plan threw up 31 selections of which 21 were winners and a further 7 managed to attain a place. Prices ranged from a low of 1.15 to a high of 4.1. The lowest priced winner was at 1.15 and the highest priced winner was at 2.98
Our theoretical bank of £420.00 or 42 points has grown to £558.59 with a high point of £625.99 and it must be said the bank has never been under any threat.
All in all the system has made a profit with little or no worry but in three months it has only just paid for itself and made a profit of £43. A profit is a profit so if you’re looking for a slow burner that will make a profit with low risk I wouldn’t try to put you off this one. Therefore my final rating must be a pass.