Selective accountability at iQ -- we need the outcomes on everyday
As well as the nice Snow-fall at Sandown yesterday, the iQ promoters are pleased with their performance at Tamworth on Tuesday.
Our new price assessment tool Punters Edge pinged out of the gates on day one with a bunch of winners around the country including an elite set at Tamworth. Launch day saw our top-rated horses win six out of the eight races at Tamworth, with four of the top 'edge' runners saluting and delivering big value for our members. Of the other three meetings (Townsville, Hawkesbury and Hamilton,) our top-raters won 10 of the 25 races at a strike rate of 40%, with plenty of those delivering big value edges.
This performance is to be applauded -- as is the inclination to share the good news.
Even so, we need all the news -- not just the good news -- all the news across the range and raft of iQ tips.
As is, the inclination to share the occasional good news implies that, mostly, 'the no-news' is not good.
Accountability is not a big ask -- for many years the tipsters at WinningPost owned up to all that happened.
If the tipsters form on iQ is reliably good punters will be in with their ears back.
[...........on a less pleasant note, it seems that there is some inclination for the posting of some faux contributions on some threads that are more disruptive and diversionary than useful ...... keep an eye things.]