Little Acorns Gold Review: Update Three

Little Acorns Gold Review

Little Acorns Gold is a horse racing betting system based on building a bank by laying horses and compounding profits.

Using the power of compounding, the system shows how you could potentially turn £1,000 into £3,138.39 in 12 months and then into a massive £30,911.80 in 36 months.

All this needs is a profit of 2 points each month and the author, Andrew David, reckons the system can obtain this effortlessly.

The original Little Acorns system involved checking races for a few simple filters each day and then applying a staking plan, all of which was outined in a PDF file. However, with Little Acorns Gold, selections are researched sent to you each day, so it's even easier!

The system has been knocking around since the 2000's, but we hadn't got around to reviewing it. We figured, there must be something to it if it is still around after all that time.

We decided to start a trial of Little Acorns Gold with a view to recording selections over a period of 12 months. All bets are sent out through email or the Telegram app as soon as they are available.

We started off with a bank of £880, which is the advised bank to begin with for a lay stake of £5. This was expected to make a profit of between £35 - £175 each month.

We also planned to follow the advice on compounding to see if we could turn little acorns into a mighty oak, as the saying goes!


Update One Results

Our Little Acorns Gold review had an excellent start and profits steadily built up to £56.87 based on a starting stake of £5 per bet. We were two months into the review at this stage and our bank had grown by 6.5%.

After the first month we had made £23.54 profit and so our stake increased to £5.13 per bet for the next month, based on the compounding strategy.

As our bank continued to grow in month two, our new stake for month three rose to £5.32.

We hoped if results continued to be as consistent as they had been in the first two months, profits would soon mount up to a nice amount. Time would tell!

Key Stats

Number of Bets38
Total Stakes£200.41
Profit/Loss£56.87
Strike Rate57.9%
ROI28.4%
Overall Bank Growth6.5%
Bank (£880 starting)£936.87

Update Two Results

After four months of testing Little Acorns Gold, our bank had increased by 11.5%, which was a total profit of £100.98. The system seemed to be working exactly as it was supposed to, building profit up gradually.

Going into month five, our new stake was to be increased to £5.57.

Key Stats

Number of Bets45
Total Stakes£284.60
Profit/Loss£44.11
Strike Rate51.1%
ROI15.5%
Overall Bank Growth11.5%
Bank (£880 starting)£980.98

Update Three Results

Our Little Acorns Gold bank continued to grow and we had made a further £71.27 profit during months 5 & 6. This meant that our bank had increased by 19.6% overall.

There was a terrific winning run in month five with 10 bets in a row delivering a profit. However, during month six the service suffered the first monthly loss in 18 months.

There were 8 losing bets in a row and this meant that on bet number 9 we were staking at a multiplier of 34. There are 11 steps in the sequence in total, so we still had 2 more steps if that bet would have lost. The liability of bet number 9 was £204.99, but fortunately it won and there was little damage done.

That is the risk when using loss recovery staking plans, but the advised bank can handle 2.5 of these losing sequences. Given that they are only expected to happen every 15-18 months, the team state that there should be more than enough in reserve to absorb a full 11 bet losing sequence.

Andrew also advised that if users get nervous, there is the option to go two steps back so there is 13 chances to win. He also pointed out that they have never had a losing sequence past 12 before.

Key Stats

Number of Bets52
Total Stakes£687.62
Profit/Loss£71.27
Strike Rate59.6%
ROI10.4%
Overall Bank Growth19.6%
Bank (£880 starting)£1,052.25

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5 thoughts on “Little Acorns Gold Review: Update Three”

    • Hi James, No, there is an extra check for Little Acorns that needs to be done manually and I don’t think there is a way of automating it.

      There aren’t too many bets so it doesn’t take long.

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