J. M. Hubler
After years of success from betting my own games and consistently beating the odds makers, I felt it was time to share my insight with the general betting public.
The majority of the general public feels that sports’ betting is about finding a sure thing, which is commonly referred to as a “lock”. In reality this is just sales talk because sports wagering can be just as volatile as stocks, real estate, currency or any other speculative market. Season to season there will be ups and downs and can be tough to estimate, but as anyone who has had a significant amount invested in stocks or real estate can tell you such swings aren’t limited to sports. Bottom line, my service can produce a much higher return than the stock market. The majority of the general public are not educated on gambling, and you can bet the majority of the general sports bettors make losing wagers most of the time. Sports books charge an average juice or vig of your winnings of 10% this means a bettor must win 52.4% just to break even.
Solid strategic well-disciplined money management is as important as picking winners. Unless you are with a service that offers varying unit amounts per pick it would be a standard percentage wager per selection. Most investors feel that no more than 2% of your banks roll should be invested on sports picks for a consistent long-term goal. While the odds makers do try to approximate the medium margin of the victory between two teams, they also try to reduce their exposure to risk by setting lines such that the public money will fall evenly on both sides of a game so they can off-set the bets against each other and earn a profit on the juice with out exposing themselves to large potential losses. This means the odds makers are often reading the public perception rather than team performance, which means that the general public sets the line. It is my job to expose the odds makers’ lines and get you on the right side of the game to make profit.
With the right advice from my service I can provide information that will help you set positive expectations in uncertain markets, with correct financial optimization in bankroll management. Long-term risks are nominal compared to the risk of investing in other more conventional markets. Just as a stock can fluctuate daily, a single team can win or lose on any given day. As long as an investor maintains a long-term perspective and doesn’t over extend by betting more than they can handle or playing “catch up” the return should be attractive. I can help you win and stay ahead of the game! I look forward to working with you.