Sports Betting Blog

Commentary on Performance – September 2011 Investors are seeing red in the financial markets, with the S&P down -7% in September (and down -9% for the year).  Unfortunately, the Sports Investing Index was down -14.6% during September, as well.  The Sports Investing Index reached an all-time high in June — but since that time, contrarian…

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Tonight’s betting trends report focuses on a Mountain West showdown between the fifth-ranked Boise State Broncos (4-0) and the Fresno State Bulldogs (2-3). While the Bulldogs are coming off of a 38-28 loss to Mississippi, the Broncos jumped on Nevada early last week and cruised to a 30-10 victory. These two teams both boast impressive offenses although they attack…

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After 162 regular season games and four post-season meetings, the Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees both face elimination tonight in the fifth and final game of the ALDS. The Tigers had an opportunity to end this series on Tuesday in Detroit, but behind an outstanding pitching performance by A.J. Burnett and a six-run eighth inning, New York was able…

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Just a quick “flash” report that the Sports Insights Sports Investing Index ended the month of September down -14.6%.  The NFL was the bright spot of the month, while College Football and baseball were losers. Our monthly report on the performance of contrarian sports investing approaches will be published within a week.

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