Noah Byrne (Final Update)

| March 24, 2019 | Reply

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Product Name:

Noah Byrne

Company Name & Contact Details:

Tipster Street

www.tipsterstreet.com

E-mail contact via the “Contact Us” page on the web site

Price:

£9.95 per month or £19.95 per quarter.

There is a 30-day trial membership available for £2.49.

Money Back Guarantee:

None mentioned.

What Do You Get?

Win singles on all codes of Irish racing, delivered daily by email.

Where to Buy:

https://www.tipsterstreet.com/noah-byrne

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A starting bank of 100-points is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

The website claims average monthly profits of £42.44 to £20 stakes, so 2.12 points.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

This is as straightforward as they come, and with only one or two tips a day as the norm, it takes literally a couple of minutes to follow this service.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

Internet connection through a mobile device, laptop or PC and access to online bookmaker accounts.

Value for Money?

At £9.95 per month this is a “pocket money” service. The historic results suggest it will never be a massive money spinner, but if it can produce regular, steady profits then if you want a dedicated Irish racing service in your portfolio it may be worth a look. Any service which produces over seven-points a month average profit for less than a tenner is worthy of further consideration. 

Quality of Customer Service?

Part of the Tipster Street stable of tipsters and benefits from the infrastructure that comes from that. My communication with the owner Neil has always been very professional and timely. When I have used the support link through the website – for other Tipster Street services not this one specifically – I have always received a prompt and helpful response.

Review

Noah Byrne has been providing his Irish racing win single selections via Tipster Street since completing his successful trial period in November 2017.

Noah focusses on all codes of Irish racing and provides win single selections, all staked at either one or two points. There are not tips every day, sometimes because there is no Irish racing and sometimes because there is no value identified in that day’s racing. On days with tips there are usually only one or two, although there can be more if the quality of opportunities dictates.

The daily email is received between 09:00 and 11:00 each morning and follows the standard Tipster Street format. By that I mean you will get the race details, the selection, the advised stake, the advised odds and the bookmakers offering the advised odds. There is no analysis or rationale for the selections. An email is received to advise when it is a “No Bet” day.

There are no complicated systems or staking plans to follow, and with an average of around 20-25 tips per month it is a matter of a few minutes each day to get the bets placed once the email is received.

Results – Month 1 (24th December 2018 to 23rd January 2019)

With 22 tips in the first month of the review the volume was totally in line with what was expected. However, what wasn’t quite so expected was the win strike rate of 52.38%, which is significantly ahead of the average for this service. This was tempered slightly by the average odds of the selections which was just 2.59 (c.6/4), with the average odds of the winning selections being closer to 11/10 (2.13).

These results were good enough for a monthly profit of 2.83 points, well in line with the average monthly profit claimed for this service. After a good start, with three winners from the first four selections, the month had been fluctuating between winners and losers and had dwindled to a small loss until the last day of tips for the period. Along came three winners from three selections at Thurles to close out the month with a daily profit of 4.6 points, which left the overall monthly result in the black.

The ROI (Return on Investment) for the month was 8.58%. The net ROI at £10 per point stakes was 5.4% and at £50 per point was 7.92%. After the cost of the subscription fee the net profits for the period were £18.35 to £10 per point stakes and £131.55 to £50 per point stakes.

Results – Month 2 (24th January to 23rd February 2019)

The strike rate this month showed that the first month was no fluke, as another 48% (12/25) rate left us at 50% over the course of the two months to date. With the average odds of the winning selections being almost a full point higher at 3.06 (just over 2/1), the profit this month was 22.68 points. Added to the small profit from the first month, we now have a cumulative gain of 25.52 points, which is significantly ahead of the historic results for this service of around 3.5 points per month.

The ROI (Return on Investment) this month was a huge 51.55%, and came from an average stake of 1.63 points per selection. Over the two months the ROI is now 33.14% and the average stake per bet 1.57 points.

This was a really consistent month, with no more than two consecutive losers at any stage and nearly as many instances of back-to-back winners as losers. This follows a month where we did have a sequence of three losers, but offset that with a string of three winners. Noah is certainly being Mr Consistent during this review!

Results – Month 3 (24th February to 23rd March 2019)

The strike rate fell this month to 35%, and combined with a fall in the average odds of winners to 2.85 (just over 7/4), meant a loss of 4.14 points was suffered. This still left us with a total profit of 21.38 points for the review, an average of just over seven-points per month, which is well above average for this tipster.

It did look as though the month might be heading for a worse loss before three winners in three tips across three days at the end of the period steadied the ship somewhat.

Over three months we have seen a strike rate of 45.45%, average odds of winning selections of 2.59 (c.6/4) – the average odds of all tips was 2.93 (just under 2/1) – a return on Investment (ROI) of 19.26% and a Return on Capital (ROC) of 21.38%. All of these metrics combined to deliver over 21-points profit at a monthly average of more than three-times the norm for Noah.

After allowing for the cost of the monthly membership, the net return at £10 per stake over the three moths was £183.95 at a net ROI of 16.14%. At £50 per point these figures become £1,039.15 and 18.62%

Summary at End of Month 1

A solid start to the review period and, whilst there is nothing to suggest this will ever be a real money spinner, the profit is totally in line with the expectation set by the website and which is reflected in the price.

Summary at End of Month 2

A really consistent performance so far from Noah, and one which has seen him perform ahead of his historic averages.

Summary at End of Month 3

Despite a small loss in the third and final month, the overall performance was above average and worthy of further consideration. This is a service which may well fly a bit under the radar.

 

A full breakdown of the results from the trial can be found here.

 

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