Sports Arbitrage Trading
NEVER lose a Sports Bet again!
Sports Arbitrage Trading is perhaps the most overlooked ‘alternative income’ opportunity.
Put simply, Arbitrage Trading is taking two bookmakers and playing them against each other.
Arbitrage is not to be confused with gambling, which carries a risk!
It is a system where you trade with two different bookies on the same event, but with different outcomes.
If you are new to sports arbitrage trading, just imagine yourself placing a trade that always wins,
regardless of the outcome of the event. Because you can never lose, you’re not betting at all — you are trading.
As an Arbitrage Trader, you will:
• Win regardless of the outcome of the event you bet on.
• Need absolutely NO knowledge of the event that you’re betting on.
Why this is possible?
Bookmakers from around the globe are competing for the business — each one has their own particular sports in which
they specialize and are naturally more in tune with what is taking place in their local area. In competing for global
business it is necessary for them to offer a wide range of sports from around the world, some of which will not be
within their area of expertise.
Dealing with a massive global market and so many events, mistakes or miscalculations can be made by the bookmakers
in their haste.
Arbitrage traders only need two of the bookmakers to have a difference of opinion on an event to create an
arbitrage opportunity or sure bet.
How to trade arbs?
First you have to find arbs to trade on. You find arbs when you have two bookmakers that disagree on the same
sporting event. The difference in the odds determines the amount of risk-free profit that can be made.
Once the arb has been found, you can place money onto this arb, and no matter which team wins or loses the game,
you will come out on top.
Now you’re probably thinking: That’s too easy, you can win all the time!
Well, you won’t win 100% of the time but you will win 95% of the time.
The only way that you can lose from doing this is when a bookmaker decides to change his odds right before the game
starts, and this doesn’t happen very often.
So how come nobody is doing this to make money?
Simply, because nobody really knows much about arbitrage trading, or how to even find the arbs. The ones that do actually
know how to find arbs still make little profits, because it takes a lot of time to find them.
There is however online guides, services and software programs that can find these arbs for you, and will also do all the
calculations automatically for you. All you have to do then is sign up to the bookmakers’ websites, and place your trades.
Working with arbitrage trading the average person can make anywhere from an extra $100 to $1,000 a week working only part time.