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From 11/1/2018 to today:

** $100 per unit investor would have $2586

** $50 per unit investor would have $1293

** $25 per unit investor would have $646

 

 

 


Is wagering on sports for you?

There are some circumstances which we absolutely would not suggest for you to engage in sports wagering . For instance, if you don’t have much money and are thinking that sports wagering is a “get rich quick” scheme, then you might not want to. You can certainly make a lot of money on sports wagering, but no one wins every time. But if you are someone who understands that sports wagering is lucrative over a period of ups and downs and is willing to show the committment and patience needed to see your bankroll grow, then you're on the right track.

-What's the simplest way to manage my bankroll?

First, you need to settle on what level of risk you are willing to suggest. Keep in mind that you will lose and at times lose over a longer period of time that you may like.  Ensure that you first start with enough in your bankroll to withstand the losing streaks. This will also help you determine how much you're willing to wager on individual wagers.  That being said, most would suggest wagering anywhere between 1% and 3% of their bankroll.




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