Sports Investing Book: NFL Betting Systems

Sports Investing Book: NFL Betting Systems (August 2010)

The NFL season is set to start — and our members and readers are looking for sports betting information and betting systems that can help their bankroll. Below is an overview of the valuable information you will find in our newly-published book. The information on this site is for entertainment and educational purposes only.U se of this information in violation of any federal, state, or local laws is prohibited

Sports Investing Books

Due to the success of our first book, “Sports Investing: Profiting from Point Spreads,” is pleased to be coming out with a series of books focused on specific sports such as College Football and the NFL. The original book, “Sports Investing,” continues to be a top-ranked seller in its category at Amazon. Our new book, “Sports Investing: NFL Betting Systems” has hit#1 in its category at Amazon and is already a top seller.

The Sports Investing series of books will extend our team’s research in other areas of the sports marketplace — and reveal many of our contrarian methods. Our Members benefit by additional research that we will publish in our regular articles, as each season rolls by. But please check out our books for more detailed information on the numerous methods we use to find contrarian value in the competitive sports marketplace.

Sports Investing: NFL Betting Systems highlights a contrarian approach to sports betting. We seek out value in the sports marketplace in a professional manner, just like investors seek out value in the financial markets. Our analysts collect and analyze sports data for our members and readers. In particular, our new book on “NFL Betting Systems” researches:

  • Specific betting systems and parameters, including:
    • Betting Percentage ranges that work well in the NFL,
    • Point Spreads for home and visiting teams,
    • Line Moves in the relatively “sharp” NFL marketplace,
  • Additional betting strategies that apply contrarian methods by using specific events such as:
    • Divisional rivalries and other methods of seeking out “live dogs,”
    • Undervalued and overvalued teams related to turnovers and blowout games,
    • Early-season and late-season biases,
  • Playoff factors.

We do not guarantee that the trends and biases we’ve found will continue to exist. It is impossible to predict the future. Any serious academic research in the field of “market efficiencies” recognizes that inefficiencies may disappear over time. Once inefficiencies are discovered, it is only a matter of time before the market corrects itself. We do not guarantee our data is error-free. However, we’ve tried our best to make sure every score and percentage is correct.