Self-made betting tipsters are becoming very trendy in this day and age with social media offering a platform for punters to market and promote their tips to the world.
High Five are one of the latest in a long line of tipsters to emerge on the market and they have enjoyed instant success since their launch in January 2019.
High Five have made an instant impact on the UK racing betting stage with their daily betting tips proving to be profitable for those who sign-up. It is early days for the operation but their profitable start suggests they are a successful tipster service in the making.
High Five Background:
High Five launched in January 2019 and have produced 4 out of 5 profitable months thus far. The brains behind the service professes to have over 30 years of experience within the field and this knowledge has seen them become an important member of the Betfan Group.
High Five deliver daily tips for their followers by 7.30pm on the day before the selected race and they have a win only betting strategy.
High Five offer 4 sign up options: weekly £15, monthly £45, quarterly £126 and a six month plan costs £214.
Hitting the ground running is so important for all tipster services and High Five have done just that with an impressive average monthly profit of £67.92 – with only one month so far yielding a loss.
High Five pride themselves on providing a more informed service than most of their competitors and their average return on investment ratio of 46.56% is testament to that.
With daily tips on offer, High Five provide plenty of options for their followers and their strike rate of 16.81% is perhaps something they will want to improve upon.
Taking a different perspective on horse racing tipping can be a risky business but High Five have put that theory on the backburner since their launch in January 2019. They have become an important part of the Betfan Group and they will be looking to build upon that as they move into a summer of flat horse racing. How long they continue to produce results will be intriguing but on what they have shown so far, High Five look to be a tipster to follow, regardless of budget size.