Trading Prophet is a portfolio of football and horse racing betting and trading systems that are able to be fully automated.
After the initial set up, which takes around 10-15 minutes, selections are scheduled to load up automatically each morning, so it can simply be left to run.
The service is run by Jon Roberts, who also runs the Predictology service which earned a pass in our review.
Jon has been involved in the betting industry for quite some time and has a keen interest in data analysis, which has been a key skill for putting together his systems over the years.
To automate the systems, access to BF Bot Manager is required and it would be quite difficult to place trades manually so it is advised to use the bot.
Following the instructions, we found it fairly simple to import the strategies to the bot. There were 6 strategies showing live in the software, but actually there are only 7 systems.
This is because some of the strategies contain inter-linked strategies which come in to play during a game depending on the game time and game state.
The 7 systems include 6 football strategies (Second Half, Over 1.5, FH 1.5, L2B, CSP Over 1.5, Odds On Lays) and 1 horse racing strategy (originally Lay to Back but now a Straight Win strategy).
There is a staking calculator provided in the form of a spreadsheet, where you can enter your available starting bank and it tells you exactly how to split the bank between each strategy to enter into the bot.
By default it is set to £2,500 and as it said the minimum to be used is £2,000, we decided just to keep it at the default.
We have the bot running on a VPS, so there is nothing left to do except check back from time to time and see how the strategies are performing. We will come back in a month with our first update.
Month One Update
At the end of the first month of our Trading Prophet review we had lost £162.36 from all of the systems combined, which worked out as 6.49% of our starting bank.
The Racing Apex system had performed poorly, losing £140.02 over the course of the month. The Footy Odds On Lays system also had a bad month with £72.24 lost. We hoped to see these systems back on track and into a profitable position soon.
Month Two Update
Month two of our Trading Prophet review had gone much better with £210.10 profit. This meant that the loss from month one had been fully recovered and our overall profit was up to £47.74.
The Racing Apex was still in a losing position but had recovered slightly, so we hoped to these positive results carry on.