Operating within an industry that is unregulated, time consuming, and chock full of scam artists & fraudulent claims is an extremely tasking process. Finding a handicapper/forecaster that is technically profitable but also a viable investment is also a very time strapping and patience testing experience. I have read countless times on Pick Monitor that no handicapper/forecaster should even be considered by a prospective buyer unless they have a minimum 1000 documented picks. Taking this advice is fine, although the seller had better have a sufficient ROI to compensate for the purchasing expenses of the buyer, relatively speaking.
Everything calculated over time by percentages becomes increasingly difficult to improve the since the bottom line figures react in the same manner as that of a batter's hitting average. As more at bats are completed, the positive increase accrued with each hit does not equally match the decrease incurred with each out, and so it is extremely important to understand that one statistical piece of data will never explain the entire picture, and some hold no benefit whatsoever.
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