Finding a good sports adviser these days seems harder than ever with the influx of boiler room operations in the early 2000’s and the word scamdicapper becoming such a common place name in household scams that may have been as notable as Enron.
Doing proper research and diligence to find a good sports adviser is essential and while I will not promote or give out any names here I will give you signs to look out for in order to find a good fit that will ensure you long term profits.
So, how do you go out and find a good sports handicapper? Well, its like finding a good stock broker it takes a lot of guess and checking and sometimes it pays off and sometimes it does not. However, when you finally find a good broker or in this example a good sports handicapper you really hit the jackpot and it will start to pay massive dividends since your earnings will far out weigh previous losses. If you ever sports handicapper receive a phone call from a sports expert you should always ask them to name the last champion in whatever sport it is that they are hyping.
Recently a list of free sports picks and other service plays as they are so commonly called in the sports handicapping business have been listed on the internet to give you the opportunity to try services out without paying to see if it meets your needs. The criteria for rating and finding a good sports handicapper usually but does not necessarily consist of the following: Reputability- Have they been around in the business for long? If they haven’t is there a reason? Sometimes the best handicappers are the youngest. For example, a 17 year old autistic boy from Chicago correctly predicted the first 3 rounds of the 2010 NCAA march madness tournament and he has zero years of sports handicapping experience so the age and experience is often a misnomer.
Do they have a good looking website? If they can’t put any effort on having a good website than they can’t possibly put any effort into studying and working on having quality advice. Is there a biography available? Without a biography you can’t tell Adam from Eve and without knowing the difference than what good is it to purchase a service if you can’t know who you are getting it from. Finally the last piece of advice for finding quality is a true gut feeling and reference situation. If you are referred to somewhere by a reputable source than that means they are putting their neck out there saying that this service is okay. For example I recommended EzineArticles to a friend and he started to submit articles and has become a lifetime contributor because I highly suggested them as the source for articles. If Joe Shmo suggested the service he may not have taken the time to sign up and write a sample article to test the waters and the sports handicapping suggestion business is no different.