2010-11 NHL Season Underway

The 2010-11 NHL Season is underway.  We view the NHL sports marketplace as another diversifying part of our sports investing portfolio.  Check out SportsInsights’ sports betting information on the hockey season: Betting Against the Public and the NHL SportsInsights NHL Square Plays SportsInsights’ contrarian sports investing approaches have been profitable, on average, over several years…

NFL Opening Line Report Week 6

The opening lines are out for next weekend’s NFL action, and what does the early betting action say?  Please visit our blog and read our series of Sports Marketwatch articles for updated information during the week. SportsInsights’ NFL Marketwatch has been hot, sweeping the board two weeks in a row, going 6-0. Washington Redskins vs….

NCAA Football Opening Line Report Week 7

Last week, our Opening Line Report “keyed in” on the Alabama-South Carolina game.  Betting on that game remained heavy throughout the week, with contrarian indicators pointing to South Carolina as a value play.  The result was #1 Alabama’s upset loss.  Our research has shown that heavy betting action — is related to contrarian value. The…

MLB Playoff – Additional Angles

In the past, SportsInsights has written a book review on “Who Will Win the Big Game? A Psychological and Mathematical Method” which has several interesting sports psychology angles that sports investors can use to improve their handicapping.  The authors of the book did some MLB Playoff analysis for the New York Times.  Below are some…

NFL Opening Line Report – Week 5

The opening lines are out for next weekend’s NFL action, and what does the early betting action say?  Please visit our blog and read our series of Sports Marketwatch articles for updated information during the week. Washington Redskins vs. Green Bay Packers In early betting action, this game is currently one of the heaviest-bet games…

A Look at Monday Night Football

Just some quick thoughts on tonight’s Monday Night Football match-up between the visiting New England Patriots versus the Miami Dolphins.  When you first look at the line (currently “pick ‘ em”), you think: “Wow: are the Dolphins that good?”  and / or, “Have the Patriots dropped that much?” The line opened with the visiting Patriots…