How to Become Your Own Handicapper


The truth is that there a lot of handicapping companies both on and off the net that are pretty lack luster and incompetent in their selection of picks.  There are also quite a few others that are just plain dishonest in they way the render their services.  This means that a lot of bettors out there are betting on a lot of bad picks and are losing heaps of money in the process.  So, it is little wonder that quite a few bettors are considering becoming their own handicapper.


There is no doubt that it is difficult to become a competent and successful handicapper.  Hence, not everyone who becomes their own handicapper will make money from their betting ventures.  To become your own handicapper, you need to be well equipped with certain expertise and attributes. Excellent research and observatory skills are paramount if you want have any sort of chance at becoming an expert in selecting money making picks.  A good handicapper is one that will be good at researching and studying information that will facilitate the selection of their picks.  Thus, to be able to master these skills, you must first be able to identify the best sources where you can get handicapping information.  Secondly, you must know how to access this information and to analyze it in an objective fashion.


The first step you can take when considering becoming your own handicapper is to start reading books and other informative material about handicapping.  There are a lot of useful books in shops and websites that can help you on your way in this regard. Furthermore, another crucial aspect of handicapping requires that you know everything about the sport in which you are betting.  You should have an in depth knowledge of the fundamental aspects of your sport and must keep updated with all new developments. A good way to achieve this is to read books, magazines, website content and other publications that are to do with your sport.


As mentioned earlier, one of the key skills required for becoming your own handicapper is to be able to effectively analyze data.  This is because a big part of handicapping involves you having to spot trends and changes.  If you are able to do this, then you would be increasing your chances of making good forecasts and thus, good picks.  By now, you should be fully aware that handicapping is not merely about picking the teams, horses or individual that is likely to win.  In fact, you will find that favourites only win a small fraction of the time and when they do, the payouts are not exceptional. At this junction, it is also important to mention that aside from having all the skills and knowledge required for handicapping, you should also be willing to put in hours of practice to become a successful handicapper.  As it is so often said: “practice makes perfect”, and this is especially true about the business of handicapping.


You might want to even consider becoming not just your own personal handicapper but also setting up a handicapping service for yourself and other bettors.  If you decide to go down this route, there are a lot of websites on the Internet that can help you on your way to starting your own handicapping business.  They will provide you with a service that will enable you set up a marketable and profitable handicapping website.  Hence, handicapping provides a viable money making avenue because becoming your own competent handicapper can lead to you having access to numerous streams of income both for yourself and others.



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