I previously reviewed All Weather Profits earlier this year between January and March.
The trial finished with a very slight loss over that period but I thought that the service had shown some good potential and mentioned that I would give this tipster another trial and review again in a few months time.
The Tipster Street website shows that All Weather Profits has made a profit of 488.23 points to date since the service started back in January 2014 and an ROI of 17.83%.
You can see All Weather Profits full results at Tipster Street here.
As the name suggests this service only sends out tips for races which are run on all weather tracks. This means the service can go days at a time without sending out any tips. However, on days when there is all weather racing on you can expect to receive a good number of tips from All Weather Profits.
I started this re-trial of All Weather Profits on the 24th of August and followed the services selections for 2 months.
Below are my results.
All results are recorded to £10 level stakes at Betfair Starting Price and the standard 5% Betfair commission has been deducted from all winning bets.
All Weather Profits Stats
If you want to take a look at these results in more detail you can download the results spreadsheet here.
All Weather Profits had quite a disappointing trial finishing with a total loss of -27.98 points to 1 point level stakes and an ROI of -35.87%.
Despite the fact that this service has been producing very good long term results for almost two years now, it seems to hit a bad patch whenever we go to trial it here.
How Much Does All Weather Profits Cost?
All Weather Profits costs £3.79 for your first month. After that if you wish to continue using the service you have 3 options.
Monthly – £14.95 every month
Quarterly – £29.95 every 3 months
Lifetime – £119.95 one off payment for a lifetimes subscription
Final Thoughts On All Weather Profits
Much like I said in the summary of the previous trial of All Weather Profits, I’m sure this tipster service will continue to make a good profit over the long term like the previous results on the Tipster Street website would suggest.
It has just been unfortunate that it has had a poor trial on two occasions now.