Sports Betting Vs Sports Investing
From my observation, I know that most people don’t know that sports betting and sports investment are two different things. If you didn’t know this as well, here’s some information that may even get you started off with sports betting, a sensible, long-term investment opportunity.
To begin with, sports investing is not for fun. It’s for the serious investors only. There is a reason; in fact there are many reasons why I say this. Before we go into the details of that, let’s cover the basic differences. Sports betting, on the other hand, is purely for fun. You win, you lose, and you don’t care what the outcome is. Of course, your pocket will feel much too lighter after you bet, but there’s really nothing you can do about it. Because with sports betting, you only rely on luck, you can’t even bribe luck to favor you at least a couple of times.
With sports investing, you don’t depend on luck. Yes, if you didn’t know this either, luck is not the primary factor here. Isn’t that a big win by itself? It is, of course. We all know that. So why did I say that sports investing cannot be done for fun? If you’re fun loving and are still keen on being disciplined and conservative, you may become a sports investor. So, what exactly I’m trying to say is that if you’re someone who’s just interested in the fun part of it, there’s sports betting for you and you should be happy with it.
Sports investing, instead, calls for the serious-minded, disciplined investors and not reckless bettors. You need to be conservative in the amount you invest. For example, if your bankroll is $500, you shouldn’t invest more than 5%, which is $25, in any game. This is to ensure that you have a higher success rate than loss rate. Sports investing uses a system and the system is constructed using numbers, formulae etc. This also means that your game is structured and reliable. You invest conservatively, but regularly, over a longer period of time, say for about a year or even more if you’re looking at making sports investing the source of income for you after retirement.
After you become a seasoned investor, you can even raise your investment to up to 10%, from the traditional 1%, 2% or 5% that the top sports investing systems maintain. Investing 10% means you make that much more money and by the time you reach this level, you’re an expert and the chances that you win are way higher!…