Things that successful sports traders will never do – Look before you leap


If you’ve already clicked on this post, chances are high that you dream of trading for earning a living. You must have been familiar with various sports trading forums and other blogs which teach you sports trading strategies. There are indeed many things which a successful trader does and sometimes the novice traders try to copy such things which seem to be impossible for them to try. Did you ever stop to wonder about the different things which a successful sports trader never does?

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Online trading – Can it put you on an edge over others?


So many people who like sports betting are also drawn to online trading as the mindset is the same for success.

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UFC Top 3: Modern Masters of Muay Thai


Although efforts have been made to expand its reach, with events now being held in every corner of the globe, UFC remains most relevant and accessible to an American audience – the members of which invariably crave entertainment and spontaneous action. As such, eastern styles such as judo and Muay Thai have always been under-appreciated in the octagon. Yet, the history of UFC is awash with famous knockouts that have combined both to great effect.

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Prop Bets for 2017 NBA Playoffs

Entering the Conference semis of the NBA finals, there have been very few surprises other than the Utah Jazz upsetting the Los Angeles Clippers. During the first round, it became very apparent that the Golden State Warriors have put injuries behind them (see Kevin Durant and Head Coach Steve Kerr) and look poised to claim its second championship in three years. With all due respect for the upstart Boston Celtics, the San Antonio Spurs, the Houston Rockets and defending Champ Cleveland Cavaliers, the Warriors are playing at an elite level and figure to do so as long as Durant remains healthy.

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Always Dreaming wins Kentucky Derby

The favorite won again at the Kentucky Derby. Always Dreaming won the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs as jockey John Velazquez ran a beautiful race on a very sloppy track. Trainer Todd Pletcher got his second career Kentucky Derby win. It rained all weekend but the skies cleared in time for the race.

Always Dreaming is unbeaten as a 3-year-old, so let’s see if we have another legitimate Triple Crown contender.