One thing that annoys me about sales pages is showing pictures of expensive posh cars. If the product in question produces profits then it is likely to take a few years to make enough money to be able to withdraw the tens of thousands for such a car. More likely the average punter will be starting with a betting bank of £50-£200 and so after 5+ years will they possibly be profiting enough to spend some of it. However the more you withdraw from your betting bank the slower your bank will grow unless you have already hit your maximum stake.
Saying all that, while doing this Midas Method 2.0 Review it was clear that with a small betting bank you could build up profits in a steady manner.
The system itself is relatively easy to follow. As with all horse racing systems it can take a week or two before you are up to speed with it.
So is the Midas Method System profitable. Based on my own research and information from trusted independent sources profits can reach 50% of your betting bank every 3 months, however please remember, no matter what horse racing system you use you will always have losing runs, and it is the ability to handle them that can make a system profitable or not. Stick to the rules, and you should profit long term.
The bonus with the Midas Method is you also get tips via email, these are not the system qualifiers though, and if you do not have the time for the system itself, you can just follow the email tips as over the month I tested them I made 12 points profit.
So how much does this cost? Well presently if you just want the system it is £29, if you want the email service as well, which I highly recommend, this is £97 a year. That’s just £8 a month and is a bargain for the potential of the tips. In fact I could see the email tips outperforming the actual system long term.
Midas Method System 2.0 Review