Investors across the board, whether your an investor in market equities, or sports investor specific sports, both have common fundamental investment philosophies that apply.
Some of the most important factors and best tips to becoming a profitable investor include:
- Don’t let emotions dictate investment decisions.
- Fundamental data analysis and research will show you the value who to invest in, and who to avoid, and at the very lease, give you an edge.
- A lot of information is intangible and cannot be measured (ex. teams motivation and drive on game day). The quantifiable aspects of a company or team, such as profits and wins are easy enough to find and quantify, but always work into your formula considerations on qualitative factors, such as new coach, new quarterback, weather conditions, team emotions on game day, etc. Use a combination of tangible and intangible aspects when making your investment picks.
- Money management or bankroll management
The latter, bankroll management, is one of the most common areas sports bettors and punters ignore, yet its one of the most integral sports investing areas that makes the difference between a bettor and a profitable sports investors.