Assured Soccer Profits Review
This time of year is a favourite of mine.
If I love two sports, they are horses and football. And, of course, I love to bet on them as well!
There are three types of football betting: mechanical systems, tipping services, and more recently, trading approaches.
But which is best?
Well, the answer is a bit of a ‘how long is a piece of string’ type question, in that it depends on your own betting style.
Personally, I’ve looked at a lot of rules-based mechanical systems over the years and, whilst they can work very well for horse racing, they’re pretty rubbish when it comes to predicting football.
Tipping services are a much better avenue. Some guys (and gals) really know their stuff, and they take advantage of bookies’ weaknesses by specialising in the lower leagues, or the obscure foreign leagues, or the over/under markets, etc.
But I’m becoming increasingly drawn to the opportunities afforded by trading on footy.
Now I do understand this won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. After all, if you’re a ‘back a team and let it ride’ sort of punter, thenÂ this might feel a bit too sterile for you.
But if the prospect of making regular profit from footy appeals, albeit with less of the ‘gamblers’ edge’ to it, then you may well be interested in a new ‘toy’ I’ve been playing with called ‘Assured Soccer Profits’.
Assured Soccer Profits (or ASP for short) is a robust and well-written trading strategy, written by someone who lives and breathes football (not soccer!) trading.
But it’s a bit more than that. Much more than that, in fact.
As a matter of fact, it’s being brought to market by the man who first brough the ‘lay the draw’ phenomenon to public attention a few years ago.
Now he’s partnered up with another avid trader, Geoff, who is mad keen for you to succeed with your trading.
So much so that Geoff has produced a hatful of video tutorials (fifteen so far) that you can dip into and out of at your leisure from the accompanying members’ area.
He also writes a regular blog, where he talks through the trades he himself is making as well as why and how he got on.
As well as all of the above, there are some important trading tools, such as a calculator and a results sheet for you to chart your own progress.
All fine and dandy, but does ASP work? In a word, yes!
Like I say, it’s not for everyone, because you’ve got to reign in any natural tendency to ‘punt’ and instead take a more… well… trading approach.
Think Wall Street, but without the pinstripes and flaming Lamborghinis. And with a bit more mud and fun. And a bit less complexity and hooplah.
It’ll take a few goes to get the process down pat, but that’s the same with anything. It isn’t hard, it’s just probably going to be new to you.
Once you’re there, though, I think it could change the way you bet football forever. A bold statement, but for some of you, that’s likely to be the case.
ASP comes as a manual, with copious support as highlighted above. It also comes with a bullet-proof money back guarantee, so you can try to make it work for you before your cash is committed.
Obviously though, if you know you’re not into trading, or couldn’t become into it with the incentive of making some moolah, then it’s best to save everyone’s time up front.
But if you like the idea of regular profits from the footy, then this is a pretty cool strategy.
In fact, I’m going to be talking more about trading football in the near future, as a man I know very well – who is a full time trader – has some rock solid insights to share. More on that in due course.
Have a great weekend and, as I’ll be yelling from the terraces this afternoon:
‘Up The Cherries – In All Departments!’
p.s. John is a top man who is the ‘grandfather’
of football betting on Betfair.
p.p.s. He’s not actually old enough to be a
‘grandfather’, but you know what I mean…
If you’re into footy, check this out.