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Profit Maximiser

by quinn rithi (2019-02-27)

These days we even have systems that allow us to bet on a race "that a horse will not win" and many people have made good money out of this type of bet.Profit Maximiser Review The reason is because it is much easier to find a losing horse within a race than it is to find a winner. Just like it is much easier to find a horse that will finish in a "place" (1st, 2nd, or 3rd) than it is to find a winner. The art of finding a winner is one part of the entire investment process, and the other vital ingredient is the money management plan. A plan enables you to see how much money you are starting with, what type of bet you are going to be placing and following, and it also enables you to calculate how long you can sustain a run of losses. All of these things are important and need to be accommodated prior to launching into any investment program using horse racing as your vehicle. In a sense horse racing is no different to the stock market as in both instances you are gambling on the fact that one horse or company will outperform the others, but you would have heard the saying "never place all your eggs in one basket" and this is also true of the horse racing industry. There is only ONE sure guarantee with any horse race, and that is that in every event that is actually run, "There will be a winner" (Sometimes more as in the case of a dead heat) This winner is what you want to be able to predict and this is where the selection system or method is vital. The system you use to detect the winner, needs to be simple, effective and viable, and it needs to return at least 30% winners for you to be able to make any real money ongoing. Not many systems deliver this over all courses, conditions, and race types.