Alex Smart is so confident in his sports betting prowess, he doesn’t consider it betting. He sees it as an investment, and a more stable, controlled investment than, say, the stock market.
Why is that? Well, unlike the stock market, you have complete control over your bankroll. You risk how much you want, when you want, how you want. If you want to take your money out, you just don’t bet. You can make incremental bets over time and grow your bankroll, without it all being at risk at once.
But in both cases, you’re putting money on the line. And when you bet with Alex, you’re making money over time. But Alex stresses the long game and responsible betting. In his own words, “your bankroll is your life line. It must be treated the same way you would treat finances allocated for any business venture.”
So, how does Alex treat his investments? Well, his investments in college football are up $2,200 over the past two seasons. He has been profitable in every sport you can imagine. He has made top 10 in NBA, MLB, NHL, college football, college basketball, and even WNBA and CFL capping. And that’s just since 2012.
That’s based on $100 bets per game. But Alex is a conservative capper with his eye on long-term profit. He recommends betting only 1-2% of your total bankroll on each pick. And the 2% bets are only special, particularly strong picks. With his money management technique, your profits would be even higher.