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Sports Betting as an Investment – How We Kill the Stock Market Every Time!

Sports betting as an investment, sounds crazy huh?! Ok, so what if i told you this…

In 2018  

The average hedge fund LOST 6.7% (source Bloomberg) 

The S&P and Dow Jones Industrial Average LOST 6.2% & 5.6% respectively 

The NASDAQ Composite LOST 3.9% 

House prices INCREASED by 2.92% inflation adjusted (source globalpropertyguide.com) 

IN THE SAME YEAR OUR TEAM MADE AN ROI OF 27.5% ACROSS THE BOARD FROM SPORTS BETTING in the Australian market, WITH OUR TOP SPORTS BETTING ANALYST MAKING 66%….(PM us for a full spreadsheet of all our results) 

Doesn’t sound so crazy now, does it? 

So your first question is likely to be, why the Australian market?  

Well, as many of you will know, relative to the rest of the world, US Sports Betting is in its infancy. In fact, it took a Supreme Court ruling as recently as May 2018 that the ban under the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act was unconstitutional to open the market up to all but the ‘traditional’ betting state of Nevada. 

The good news for all you lucky lucky people is like Eddie Murphy we are COMING TO AMERICA!! (video of Eddie Murphy laughing in Coming to America) 

We at Bookie Beater are a team of ex industry professionals that make a living from beating the bookies and we are using our 50+ years of collective experience to bring you the BEST OF THE BEST. We are on a Nationwide recruitment campaign to find the best sports tippers in the entire country.  

Before we do that, let’s examine the logic behind sports betting as not just another investment but potentially the single best investment you can make. 

Many people often attempt to give a bad name to sports betting, it is however, not much different from investing in stocks or even in trading forex. In reality, sports betting is comparable to almost any other investment in multiple ways. If you begin and end your thinking about sports betting as an investment opportunity, you, like us, will make different—and better—decisions about your money. 

Whereas stockbrokers have developed a skill for picking which stocks will succeed in the long run, handicappers make a living out of offering picks and analyzing odds. Both investing and sports betting has created a number of specialized industries. 

Even investing in sports betting and trading forex essentially involves the same skill and risk according to mytopbusinessideas.com. 

A serious analysis of both types of investment will reveal that investing in sports betting is a better option than investing in stocks or forex for a number of reasons… 

When investing in sports betting, you don’t have the fear of waking up one morning to discover that your portfolio has been wiped out because of external market forces that were well beyond your control as seen in many stock market crashes. 

Also, in sports betting, you don’t lose money when you don’t make any wager, no matter the result of sports games. You don’t get punished for a decision you don’t make or because of economic or political crisis. 

Finally, in sports betting you don’t have to pay brokerage fees when you buy and sell. 

You can, instead, utilize that money you waste on brokerage fees in finding experts you can trust, experts that publish all their results, experts that give YOU the chance to bet on what they bet on and win what they win.  

That is exactly what we at Bookie Beater are going to offer you. Additionally, you’ll also learn their betting and bankroll management strategies to understand the science behind being one of the 8% that make a profit from sports betting. 

Hey look, if you’re just betting on sports as entertainment, it’s okay to have a negative financial return on your investment—but only if you’re seeing a positive return in terms of joy and fun.  

Most people who are reading about sports betting tipping on the internet, though, think it’s a lot more joyous and fun to have a long term winning record…If you are one of those people, register your interest at www.bookiebeater.com to find out more…

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