Betting Price Equalisation Method PEM Review

Published on October 2nd, 2013 | by Tom Wake

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Review (Update): Price Equalisation Method (PEM) – Andrew David

Review (Update): Price Equalisation Method (PEM) – Andrew David Tom Wake
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Profitability

Summary:

4.3


Could you make £2,149.17 in the next 45 days following Andrew David’s PEM method?

I’m a fan of Andrew David’s systems. He’s got great form (as anyone who’s ever followed his Cheltenham tips will tell you) and always manages to come up with genuinely unique betting angles.

That’s why I was pretty excited to see what his latest system Price Equalisation Method had in store. You can see the blurb about it here.

The idea behind this one is mercifully simple and to my mind very clever in it’s approach. I won’t give away too much here but it involves following the bookmakers’ money. You’re not trying to compete with the bookmakers, instead you’re taking advantage when they inject a large amount of cash into the market. Andrew shows you how to spot when this is happening and then how to profit from it.

I’ve been through the manual and it’s extremely clear and well written. As you know I’ve tested a few betting systems for Insider’s Edge so I’m getting familiar with the terms but I’ve no doubt newbies would have no problem with this. In my experience Andrew’s always very quick to respond by email should you need any help or clarification on anything.

Price Equalisation Method PEM Review

Realistically how much could you make from PEM?

This isn’t a tipping service which is a good thing – if it was too many people would get on the same bets and the odds would shorten lessening the profit potential. At the same time that makes it hard to put a profit forecast on it. Andrew tested it for over 14 months before launching which is impressively thorough.

Here are the results for 2012 and 2013:

UPDATED! PEM Results for 2013

January

+5.00 points

February

+18.00 points

March

+0.95 points

April

+15.43 points

May

+7.25 points

June

+11.83 points

July

-3.81 points

August

+15.30 points

September

+9.90 points (correct 21/09)

October


November


December


PEM Results for 2012

January

+19.00 points

February

-4.00 points

March

+17.00 points

April

+5.00 points

May

-9.00 points

June

+22.00 points

July

-7.00 points

August

+11.00 points

September

+6.00 points

October

+21.00 points

November

+1.00 point

December

+18.00 points

You can find out more here

These aren’t the kind of profits that will see you driving around Mayfair in a Bugatti any time soon these are solid results and bear out well in the long term. Like most honest systems you’ll see the occasional losing month but months which produce 6, 8 and 22 points profits soon mount up. At £20 a point that’s an extra £120 – £440 pin money.

Obviously it’s a system rather than a tipping service so it’s up to you when you dip in and out. This member, Dave, has been using it outside of work hours (evenings/free time) with great results.

“Here are my early observations and they are damn good. So far i have observed a total of 50 races up to today and spotted signals in 30 of those races that gave me 7 winners at;
9/1 x 2; 15/2, 7/1, 11/2, 4/1 x 2. To sum up, a total of £1,500 in stakes thats at £50 level stakes x 30 races. My total returns including stakes = £2,650 giving me a nice profit of £1,150! … Delighted and think these three words best describe PEM: Addictive – Enjoyable – Profitable! I will keep you posted.”
Dave Locket

What kind of bank do you need and how much time do you need to set aside?

Andrew recommends starting with an 80 point starting bank on the basis that you bet with 1 point stakes per selection. How much a point represents is up to you and how much you’re comfortable betting with. In my opinion this should always be a figure that you can afford to lose, not just for obvious reasons but because otherwise you’ll panic and go deviate from the system. As an example you could say you’d start at £10 per point which would mean that you’d want to start with an £800 bank. Of course you could bet with more or less…

Timewise?

This is entirely focussed on horseracing so there are plenty of bets throughout the day and evening and obviously on weekends. The signal is easy to spot and doesn’t require any special software so if work allows you could try this during your lunchbreak. Otherwise this would be easy enough to follow part time during evenings/weekends.

I’m excited about this one, there’s a logic to this system which I really like and it’s simple to use.

PEM also comes with a free book: ‘Risk-Free Place Profits’. I can’t reveal much about this without completely giving the game away but it works great on busy race days on large handicap races when traders are slow to update prices.

Highly Recommended:

You can get full details and a 30 day risk-free trial here


About the Author

My name's Tom Wake and I'm the editor of Insider's Edge. I bring you tips, tricks and shortcuts to help you save money, make money and save time.



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