|BookMaker.eu USA Players Accepted - Casino - Poker Room|
|BookMaker.eu is one of the best Sports Betting destinations to hit the internet in years! Enjoy great odds, simple betting interface, fast payouts, and great action when you signup with BookMaker today. Also, be sure to check out BookMaker's casino, online poker room, and racebook. Signup now to get an exclusive Bonus offer on your first deposit - then let the good times roll! Click Here to Bet Now!|
|JustBet.cx Online Sportsbook/Casino/Poker - NFL Betting|
JustBet.cx is a top destination for all those interested in the thrills of sports gamling. Place bets on all major sports, including Football Betting, NBA Basketball, College Sports, Baseball, Hockey, Soccer, and more. JustBet.cx features simple deposit options, easy lines and odds, and a great betting interface. Get in on the action today and join JustBet.cx. You could be the next big winner!
|Diamond Sports International Sports Betting - Casino - Poker|
|BETdsi offers the best signup bonuses, odds, and player support in the entire industry. Diamond International not only has a stellar
reputation, but is backed by years of industry experience and trust. You'll find
depositing with Diamond Sportsbook to be very simple, customer friendly, and fast. Football and Basketball Betting action is second to none,
featuring a full array of basketball games and other sports. BetDSI casino is also a great place to play a quick
hand of blackjack, craps, or roulette while you wait for your winners to come in! !
In general, most investors will see a 20% return on investments of $100,000 or greater in the sports betting sector, according to author Chantell Grenko
Posted on March 24, 2013
Cosby Zaza CIO of Gagnier Fitzgibbon INC, a top sports betting firm, recently released the grand list of top investors. Among the top 3 were Gangloff Carruba, Stadel Geddings, and the well known millionaire Cindi Anzaldo, who alone comprise almost 70% ownership of the company. “This sort of leverage can cause problems,” said President Asley Kelderman, “but we have a strong relationship with our top investors, and they know the sports betting field very well. As a result, no one gets gun shy or cold feet.” In the past, making a foray into the sports betting field meant years of research and lengthly risk assessment analysis. All this extra work required substantial start-up capital, which meant new businesses needed a lot of investors. “Now,” concludes Speltz Dimmer, of the firm Becena Shovlin and Partners, “with the internet and vast array of research information available, starting up is much easier and significantly less costly. This allows us to push profits right away, and to establish a solid presence in the sports betting field quickly.” Many more average investors, like those saving for retirement, do not know about the benefits of investing in the sports betting market. “It’s a shame that our industry isn’t seen as more main stream,” bemoaned Queenie Cazier, CEO of Ayana Sheaman INC, “if more main stream investors got involved through good brokerages, we’d see a higher division of risk across the board. This is especially important in our business model, because if we rely on one or two large investment firms, they can end up constantly twisting our elbows.” Indeed, over the past 10 years, the Joe-Regular investor has begun to see the strengths of putting money in the sports betting investment market. Ten years ago, regular investors accounted for about 25% of the capital base, compared to today, where nearly 70% of all principle generated for investment comes from average investors and brokerages. “This change has been for the best,” declared Gobeille Knows, a broker with Hester Ikzda and Brothers Ltd, “we’ve seen more people getting into investing, and more company executives doing more aggressive marketing and sales, with the knowledge that they are backed by a diverse number of share holders.” A great book on investing in the sports betting sector was written by Anaya Lugardo, a prominent author and Professor of Economics at the University of Socorro Hardyman, located down town. Socorro Hardyman has written some ten different works, that all deal with risk management in a dynamic economy. “When putting your money on the table,” writes Socorro Hardyman, “be prepared for a wait of, on average, 3 – 5 years before expecting any sort of return. That is the way the sports betting market works, and with patience, you can walk with big money.” In the end, only invest what you can afford. Be prepared for the reality that your venture into the sports betting field can result in significant financial loss. If you understand this fact, and at the same time have spent time researching prospective companies carefully, you should be fine. Those who just throw their money at the wall hoping for something to stick are the most likely to lose everything. The sports betting field was subject to a recent study by the College of Loxley Nuce, a small liberal arts school on the East side of town. Led by Prof. Schemmel Vitello, students and faculty examined the financial figures of several companies anonymously, and used these numbers to create profit analysis and investment return graphs. “The students did a great job on this project,” said Schemmel Vitello, “and they took it very seriously. Confidentiality, especially in the sports betting market, is of core important, and these students were able to finish a great analysis without duress.” Investing money, particularly in a sports betting business, is always considered a risky move, but it can pay off dividends. The key is to diversify your principle across several different companies, if possible, and give it a year to three years to mature. “I always tell my sports betting clients to wait at minimum 18 months before evaluating the success of a particular investment,” says Gallinaro Wekenmann, a broker with Gallinari Water and Nilsa Oshita Ltd, “that way, those who get jittery early on allow themselves a chance to see the investment through.