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Anyone who has been following my Portfolio Lite will know that I am also in the process of building a small portfolio of subscription based services called my benchmark portfolio to measure my portfolio lite to in terms of results.
The first addition to the benchmark portfolio was The Market Examiner who I started following from the start of this month.
The results in the two weeks that I have been following the service using my twist on an eachway staking plan have been negative which I was not concerned about at all because I know that the average odds The Market Examiner backs at are quite high and loosing runs are to be expected. What I did not expect so soon though was the fantastic result today.
The selection that has got me so excited was a horse named Ganston that was running in the 15:10 race at Beverley. The Market Examiner put Granston up as a selection with a recommended stake of DOUBLE the normal amount at odds of 16/1. The SP price was the same and the horse romped home putting the service well in profit for the month already. (See result embedded in the picture at the top of this post)
I know one result does not really prove anything but I have been following the service for a few years now and this is not an isolated occurrence. The point I want my blogs readers to take from this post is that it is vital to have a long term view when following a tipster or trying a method that you have done your research on, because it is inevitable that we will have losing runs but as long as the wins when they arrive exceed the losses we have nothing to worry about.
I hope you have enjoyed this post