Tipstrr introduced half-yearly rankings to give us a more rounded look at the longer-term capabilities of their top-performing tipsters, as opposed to their monthly lists which offer a short-term snapshot of decent recent form.
This is all great information to help you make an informed decision on a particular tipster.
But, I think we can do better.
How about finding tipsters who are highly consistent – tipsters who are always in the Top-10 over 3-months and over 6-months and over 12-months?
That would suggest there’s something pretty special about the consistency of that tipping service.
I did a similar exercise in July to find consistent Horse Racing tipsters. In this article I’m looking for dependable football tipsters.
Most consistent football tipsters
There were 15 football tipsters consistently listed as Tipstrr’s top tipsters for ROI over 3-months, over 6-months and over 12-months.
Note: You’ll find some tipsters who have not actually been providing football tips for 12 months in this list – that’s just how Tipstrr works – but I’ve separated these ones out in the table below.
|Less than a full 12 months of tips results|
Tipster performance compared
Here’s how performance of the top 9 tipsters in this list compare over the past 12 – 18 months.
Tipster1986 performance is a little choppy and only has an 7% ROI but that’s from an easy-to-follow 1 or 2 tips a day and a 52% Win Rate keeps losing streaks very low.
Winning Months and Losing Streaks
What are the chances of having a winning first month with these tipsters when you join? And what are the losing streaks likely to be in that first month?
Lemonado for example has been tipping for 20 months and 18 of those months were profitable – 90% of months have been profitable – only Jul’21 and Dec’21 produced losses.
And you should be prepared for a streak of 10 or more losing tips.
DOUBLEZ has the most negative indicators for winning months and losing streaks of this group. The 56% Winning Months suggest its a toss-up whether you’ll join on a profitable month or a losing month.
The Estimated Longest Losing Run of 26 would be hard to tolerate.
And the Expectancy figures discussed in the next section are nothing to write home about either.
Obviously, the higher the Winning Month% figure is the better but even if you do have a losing month what’s the likelihood of turning that around the next month? That’s what Expectancy figures in the next section cover.
Expectancy looks at whether a tipster has made a profit over different consecutive time periods ranging from 1 month to 6 months.
For example Zenith Expectancy figures in the table below show :
- 89% of Zenith’s total 36 months of tipping has produced a profit
- 97% of every consecutive 2-months has shown a profit
- 100% of all consecutive 3-month periods has delivered a profit
In other words, no matter when you would have joined Zenith in his 3-years of tipping, if you’d stuck with him and followed his tips for 3 months you would have always made a profit.
You can see that Billy-Picks is the poorest performer in this respect across every time period.
And Footballer-Tips has always delivered a profit in every consecutive 2-month period in over two years of tipping.
|CONSECUTIVE PROFITABLE PERIODS|
|Tipster||1 month||2 months||3 months||4 months||5 months||6 months|
Any football tipster producing an ROI of 10% or more is doing very well.
And if they can maintain that level of performance consistenly over several years of tipping they must surely represent outstanding opportunities.