Who Will Win? (World Series analysis)

Here is some analysis from the authors of the book, “Who Will Win the Big Game?” (A Psychological & Mathematical Approach).  We follow this analysis because the authors use some additional angles and trends — that often result in underdog selections.  The book’s blog’s selections have gone 25-14 in the playoffs of major sporting events….

Focus on the NBA Finals

This morning, we took an early look at the NBA marketplace — as the NBA Finals gets set to tip-off this evening.  Interestingly, although the Miami Heat is favored in Game 1, the public is leaning towards Dallas.  The betting has evened out a bit, but the bets are still 58% / 42% leaning towards…

Super Bowl Betting Information

SportsInsights has presented a wealth of Super Bowl sports betting information and below, we summarize some of the links: SportsInsights NFL Marketwatch has produced a long-term winning percentage of 57% and has a play for the Super Bowl. In this SportsInsights article, the team at SportsInsights looks at various sports marketplace factors they normally focus…

NFL Conference Championships

The NFL Conference Championship games have arrived.  We have a wealth of information, and wanted to wrap up some of the more useful information on these big games: Blog post on NFL betting trends and the Jets-Steelers game. NFL Marketwatch on the Packer-Bears game. Power Rankings for the NFL Playoffs. Keep an eye on SportsInsights…

2011 NCAA Football Championship – Sports Investing Info

The 2011 BCS College Football Championship game has arrived.  Tonight’s NCAA Football championship features two undefeated teams — # 1 Auburn versus # 2 Oregon — both with explosive hurry-up offenses and solid defenses.  We have summarized some key sports investing information on the game, below. SportsInsights’ College Football Square Plays have had a banner year,…

NCAA Football – Bowl Update

The College Football Bowl season is nearing an end, with the big BCS championship game coming up on Monday, January 10, 2011. Let’s take a look at the NCAA Football sports marketplace — and also look at the Championship from a different angle: sports psychology. First, let’s look at an earlier game: Friday’s Texas A&M…