Gary grew up in a family of professional gamblers. He learned at an early age the qualities you need once you have an expected edge. He created successful sports wagering systems in the 1980s covering football, basketball, and baseball. Gary used these to manage a sports wagering partnership until he gave up sports to spend more time with his family and other business pursuits.
After a long hiatus, Gary reestablished his sports research in late 2017. Gary’s models are based largely on statistical analysis and behavioral science. They incorporate fundamental, situational, and psychological factors. These form the basis of all quantitative investing.
With sports, as well as other investments, you need to identify where you have an edge and apply sound money management principles. Gary has drawn upon his many years of portfolio management experience to properly manage his sports wagering investments.
We at Quantitative Sports approach sports wagering as an investment opportunity. Sports offers considerable diversification to traditional investment portfolios and is relatively impervious to world economic conditions. If done prudently, sports investing may be less volatile than other investments while offering high expected returns. It is only a matter of time before hedge funds and other sophisticated investors take up the mantle of sports as an investment opportunity.
Please contact us for more information or to explore joint opportunities for profitable sports investing.