Our friends at T1ps.com celebrates one year under new management with market busting gains

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We received the following press release today and have worked with these chaps – good eggs in my opinion, and regular readers will know I don’t say that about many people, and so are more than happy to publicise. Good work lads, keep it up.

One year on from a change in management, share tipping website t1ps.com is delighted to announce a market busting performance. 

Of the core t1ps investment ideas delivered since September 2012 by Chief Analysts Richard Gill and James Faulkner, the average gain per tip has been 28.8% over an average holding period of just 5.5 months.* The equivalent average gain for the FTSE All-Share over the period was just 6.66%, meaning that t1ps.com outperformed the market by a whopping 22.13 percentage points – a level most fund managers would be envious of. 

ISA portfolio outperformance even higher 

Even better, since the launch of the t1ps ISA portfolio in May 2012, across 19 share tips, the average gain per tip is 46.35% over an average holding period of 10 months. This compares to an equivalent market performance of just 14.28%. The t1ps ISA ideas have thus outperformed the market by an even greater 32.08 percentage points.

Mellon on the Markets 

In November 2012, multi-millionaire and Times Rich List favourite Jim Mellon began writing for t1ps.com, providing monthly investment and trading ideas. The 15 recommendations made in Jim’s first article on t1ps are currently ahead on average by 52.15%.

For the full performance tables visit http://t1ps.com/shop/page-advice/action-advertorial.show_tour/id-130023784 

Richard Gill, Chief Analyst at t1ps.com, commented, We are delighted to have brought a number of improvements to t1ps .com over the past year, including the ISA ideas portfolio, analysis of new companies joining the market and a significant improvement in the quality and detail of analysis provided. More importantly, we are overjoyed that our hard work has so far delivered the kind of market outperforming gains for our subscribers that most fund managers would be envious of”.


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