It’s no secret that we are the industry’s #1 underdog specialist and our success is very well documented. Combining 20 years of Wall Street experience with a passion for sports we believed we had a unique blend of skills that could serve the sports betting community well – and it has! We attributed our success in the financial community to our understanding of the markets and the inefficiencies that existed. It resulted in the ability to find real value in stocks before prices moved higher, in effect the “underdogs”, creating substantial opportunities for clients and ultimately resulting in significant wealth. It was this understanding of the markets and the inefficiencies that existed that paved the way to the start of a very successful career as a Sports Handicapper.
Our philosophy was simple; we could apply similar Wall Street models with success to any industry so long as a market existed, and if a market existed then there are inefficiencies that exist which, in turn, create substantial opportunities to capitalize. In sports betting a “market” DOES exist! Oddsmakers create it by setting odds for games and matching winners and losers and collecting a “vig”, similar to Wall Street with the stock markets and matching buyers and sellers and collecting a “vig” (markup or commission). Understand this, we set out to prove our theory right and it didn’t take long! We began by trading our own account and even started sharing our picks publicly in one of the the largest sports forums more than 15 years ago, our way of documenting our picks publicly. Long story short, we posted 33 football picks (NFL & CFB) and went 30-3 overall, mostly underdogs, with most winning outright, including many double digit dogs. Forum members were in complete awe by our results and began contacting us through that forum’s private messaging system. The “powers-to-be” of that forum also took notice of our success, and the overwhelming number of people trying to message us, and, as a result, approached us to become one of their primary sports analysts, but we politely turned them down. Unfortunately, they didn’t like our response and banned us from posting there permanently. This word traveled fast throughout the industry and other forums followed suit and would ban us before we could even post once and this is why we are not even allowed to post in many forums today.