Here’s yesterday’s recap: Not a good day. And as always, I’m not afraid to go out front and center to talk about it. Yesterday, I wagered a total of $41,448 on my picks, and netted a loss of the same amount as you can see below:
It’s a big loss, but the key to being a successful sports bettor at the professional level is that you can’t let the wild swings and volatility to affect your emotions. Sports betting, just like any other form of investment that carries risk, is not a sprint but a marathon. We’re in it for the long term. And you see that I put my money where my mouth is because I know that what I do does work.
Any kind of investment that requires risk can experience big swings in short periods. But the smart investors who ride them out over long term are the ones that are most likely to succeed and make fortunes. This is the way to treat sports betting as a long term investment.
Take a look at the stock market for example. It’s one of the surest paths to growing an investment over time we’ve ever known. But it doesn’t go up every day. And there are days when it crashes. Just 2 weeks ago, The Dow closed down 666 points. That’s the worst point decline we’ve ever seen since the 2008 Great Recession. But one bad day doesn’t define the stock market. People who hold on to their investment over a long period are up substantially. In fact, since that day of the crash, the Dow is now up 1,400 points as of this email!
Or take a look at Bitcoin for example. Just weeks ago Bitcoin’s value plunged by almost two-third of its peak, down to 7,000 a coin. Those who held on to their investment are sitting much happier right now as Bitcoin has already surged back to over 10,000. That’s nearly a 150% return on investment. And had you started years ago, you’d be up at hundreds to 1 returns or even thousands to 1 returns.
Sports betting, just like other avenues that carry risk, can and will have wild swings from time to time. I may go red-hot one day and ice-cold the next if the patterns break. You can’t win them all. Even when the picks are logical, the results sometimes just don’t go in our favor. It happens. It happens with the stock market. Two weeks ago it was reported that wage growth was the fastest it’s ever been since 2009…
Guess what? That was the same day that the Dow had its worst point drop since the 2008 Great Recession!
So even when the factors are there to predict positive outcomes, the results don’t always 100% align. But over time, the results show. The Dow has climbed 1,400 points since then, and I’m expecting huge positive upticks in my sports betting portfolio in the coming weeks.
The problem with investing in the stock market and other similar avenues is that your investment potential is usually tied to the health of the economy. If the economy is doing well, you’re more likely to profit. If the economy is tanking, so does your portfolio.
But when it comes to sports betting, you don’t need to rely on any of that. It doesn’t matter how bad inflation is or what the jobs report looks like. Sports betting can be lucrative during the best of times or the worst of recessions. So the best time to jump in is at any time!
I treat sports betting as a long term investment, and you should too. What’s important here is to have the discipline to properly manage your bankroll and ride out the waves until the patterns form for an extended period. Once I get on a hot streak, one good winning run can net you enough profits to last for years. That’s the whole key here, and that’s what I can’t wait to show to you as it happens.
Today, I will once again put my money where my mouth is and bet thousands on the same games I am releasing to you. The fact that I’m still firing away like this after a plunge like yesterday should give you a pretty good indicator of just how convinced I am about winning. I would not be doing this if I don’t feel certain about winning over the long run. Remember, sports betting is a marathon, not a sprint.
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To your success,
The Sports Betting Whale