Hello, dear members and readers of the BlogaBet. Currently investments in sports betting are gaining every year in popularity. I'm investing a lot in this sphere of activity. But there is always the problem of "selection of the tipster". Below I will try to outline the main criteria for the selection of tipster for investment that I was able to collect over the years in this sphere of activity.
The identity of the tipster.
Before you start working with a tipster, you have to meet him. Yes, of course, personally to meet him to fail, but to learn everything that interests you should at least on the Internet. It is necessary to know not only the personal characteristics of the tipster, but his way of life. Tipster must have considerable experience and professionalism. Of course, when communicating via the Internet is unlikely to rely on the complete honesty of the tipster, but also a true professional will not lie.
Increasing profit. Strategy.
Perhaps this is the first that draws all buyers. Yes, of course, increasing profit means the existence of profit. But we should not blindly believe the schedule profitability. A graphics the profits are built by months and what is happening during the month from the first glance it is hard to see. And during this month could be a situation when "drained" almost the whole bankroll (which is a disaster for any investor). You have to examine each forecast throughout the month to check for: "negative series", the accuracy exhibited odds (some tipster overstate the odds to obtain greater profits). In addition, in the study of "history tips" you should notice the presence of some strategy, which at a distance gives a positive trend.
Bankroll management. Drawdown.
One of the main criteria for the success of any tipster is "bankroll management". Every tipster chooses how to manage the bankroll. In this case, it would be nice the presence of the "financial education". Proper bankroll management allows you to reduce the "maximum drawdown" during "minus series". In addition it is very important that the tipster took into account the "bet size" and "maximum bet with a bookmaker". For the various Championships bookmakers offer different "highs bet". With a small investment it is not noticeable. But if your average bet is more than $ 10 000 - it is very important (it may happen that "the size of the bet of the tipster" does not match "the maximum size of the bet with a bookmaker" and you will lose some profit, but in the statistics of the tipster profit is reflected).
Communication with customers. Psychology.
And of course any tipster should liaise with their customers. He should publish the advice at a convenient time and inform about it in advance. An important criterion is "psychology": is the attitude of the tipster to losses. Many are beginning it is inexpedient to increase the size and number of bets, leading to even greater loss of money.
Every tipster he needs to develop his philosophy of betting.
dear Russian Pro Sports, I agree with the increasing profit and bankroll management althought most of clients consider normal ( i guess most of the clients don' t even realize it) sellers offer big stakes on small market and small ones in big ones. However, i totally disagree about the identity of the tipster. If I told to my clients I spent all money they give to me in cocaine, they wouldn' t run away from me. What counts in the end is the Real Profit in long term imho even if who share it is a cocaine addict. (maybe I am..who knows...). Yield, early market, shit bookies and stakes w/o logic for the sellers (sellers aren' t Paid Tipsters) and sellers could have a beautiful way of life. Indeed, we gonna likely find out here good lawyers or doctors with a solid family but who also love to explore the tools of Blogabet by sharing unreal profit and collecting subscriptions. To summarize, it doesn' t matter the identity of the tipster. Just my two cents. Cheers,
Look for tipsters that haveen around for many years. If they have a domain name, check when the domain was registered, and if that was many years ago, then they are some what legit. Scams don't last. Usually scammers last a 6 months and max of maybe 3 years before they have to change names and come back with new name. Look for tipsters who use a pre set money management. This means they will neverbet more than the max bet. Often scam sites, will increase their bet size over and over as they lose until they win so that they can show positive results. At bettingresource we use a conservative strategy and for people with small bankrol this money management can be done with compounding style and with decent picks you can double your bankroll on average every 2 months with this compounding strategy.
90% or more of paid tipsters here are just for fun or almost unexpected to follow them in normal ways. Most of the profit comes from live tips and in my opinion if tipster is placing prematch and live tips, there must be two statistic graphic lines for prematch and live tips. Live tipsters I dont see like pro tipsters, they mostly can work just for themselves.
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