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I have been trading on the stock market for over 15 years.
For the past 10 years, I have been trying to apply my analytical knowledge to Sports Betting.
I have found that the similarity between these two types of value trading (or analytical processes) is greater than we can imagine. The sports betting market seems to have even less manipulation than the stock market and also, the liquidity of the funds is also huge.
The sports where I try to find some “profitable advantage” are mostly football and hockey. I like “low-scoring” sports because their profitability is often higher than in other sports. It seems that bookmakers cannot easily calculate or incorporate all the possibilities into odds, which often gives us valuable chances.
In sports such as football, it’s easier to find what’s not going to happen than what’s going to... So, for the most part, I advise tipping on draws and non-favorites.
Everything then becomes the “art of prediction”, but also we need to know that the future is not known by anyone and everything is a matter of averages.
All the best,
I post most of the tips in less than 24 hours (mostly 1-6 hours) before the games. I try to post as soon as possible, but valuable analytic parameters often come few hours before the game.
"We like draws in football! Everything starts with a draw and likely can be many draws at the end..."
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