Millionaires like 50 Cent and Mike Tyson have proven that you can go from being extremely wealthy to bankrupt if you don’t look after your money. I can give you betting tips every week that over many years will help you make a lot of money, but all of this counts for nothing if you are not managing your bankroll correctly and reinvesting your profits to ensure long term growth.
Over the last 10 years I have earned hundreds of thousands of dollars betting on MMA. I did this by using an investment strategy called the Theory of Compound Interest.
The Theory of Compound Interest is a simple investment strategy that Investors and Businesses use to make money. This strategy can also be applied to MMA Betting to grow a small amount of money into a very large amount of money. I used the Theory of Compound Interest to grow an initial betting bankroll of just $200 into more than $300,000. You can do the same if you follow my Betting Tips and apply the Theory of Compound Interest to your earnings…
Combining the Theory of Compound interest with my MMA Betting Tips is not a get rich quick scheme, but it will enable you to make significant amounts of money if you work hard, stay disciplined and have the patience to stick with us through the good times and the bad.
It’s important to remember that my system is built on gambling. We will lose from time to time and we will hit very rough patches and go on long losing streaks. The difference between someone who makes money from my betting service and someone who does not is often a person’s ability to keep calm through the tough times and trust in my system. Over the last 4 years I have won around 67% of all the betting tips that I have given to this community. This means that my betting tips are going to lose 33% of the time. It’s really important that you get comfortable with losing and understand that it is apart of what we do. It’s just like paying taxes.
Remember that no one likes to lose, but this is gambling and it will happen. If you stick to our strategy and trust in our betting tips you will make money… Our results over the last 4 years are undeniable.
You can make a lot of money from my betting tips if you use the Theory of Compound interest to continually reinvest the majority of your profits.
I have plotted out several graphs below that show you exactly how much money you could have made over the last 4 years as an Elite Member of our community.
Roll your mouse over the action points on each of the graphs to see how much your bankroll could have grown into over time.
The graph was calculated by adjusting the unit size of the bankroll after every event. For example:
With a starting bankroll of $5000, the starting unit size would be just $50. After two years we had grown this bankroll into $11,890. This means that by this point your unit size would have grown from $50 into almost $120. Because of this you’d now be making more than double the amount you could from your starting bankroll. As your bankroll continues to grow, your unit size also grows which means you start to earn money at an accelerated rate.
Take a look at the graphs below and see how the growth of your bankroll can start to rapidly increase as your unit size increases. A bigger unit size means you can make more money. By continually reinvesting your profits and adjusting your unit size after every MMA event, you can dramatically increase the amount of money that you can make.
Toggle through the different starting bankroll sizes to see the impact that Compound Interest can have on the amount of money that you can make from my betting tips…
The chart below shows how an Elite Member with a starting bankroll of $1000 could have earned over $65,000 in the last 5 years.
The chart below shows how an Elite Member with a starting bankroll of $5000 could have earned over $300,000 in the last 5 years.
The chart below shows how an Elite Member with a starting bankroll of $10,000 could have earned over $600,000 in the last 5 years.
The chart below shows how an Elite Member with a starting bankroll of $25,000 could have earned over $1.5 million in the last 5 years.
All Compound Interest based investments follow the same trend. This trend is reflected in the graphs that we plotted above to show you how much money you could have made as an Elite Member of our community over the last 4 years.
Compound Interest based investments tend to have slow and gradual growth in the early stages before hitting a tipping point where the amount being continually reinvested is substantially more than the initial investment. When you hit this tipping point, your growth on initial investment starts to explode and grow at a very rapid pace.
This trend can be seen in all successful investments that use the Theory of Compound interest. The graph below shows the standard economic growth model for investments that use the Theory of Compound interest to make money…
As you can see in the graph below, you can earn substantially more money by using the Theory of Compound interest to reinvest your profits. We can apply this theory to betting to make more money by adjusting our unit sizes after every MMA event.
I’ve just shown you some impressive graphs that show you exactly how much money you could have made as an Elite Member of our community, but I also said earlier in this article that this is not a get rich quick scheme.
If you study our Compound Interest based profitability graphs above you’ll see that it took almost 2 years before our Elite Members reached the tipping point where they started to see massive returns on their initial investment.
The sad reality is that most people want to do things the easy way. They want to come to a website like this, place some bets and earn thousands of dollars from very little effort. Life doesn’t work like this. In order to make money from my betting tips you need to be here every week and place the bets exactly as I recommend. You need to remember to adjust your unit size after every event and more importantly you need to not waste money placing bets for fun on other sports.
It’s also really important that you don’t try to cut corners by betting on long shot accumulators, parlays and prop bets. You might strike lucky and win from time to time but low win rate bets like this can all add up and have a serious negative impact on your ability to grow your initial investment using the Theory of Compound Interest.
If you join our community and start tailing my betting tips I guarantee that you’ll make money, but I also guarantee that we’ll hit periods where we go on long losing streaks. You have to hang in there. Over the last 10 years I have experienced some terrible losing streaks, but I’ve always come out the other side and I am here today to share my knowledge with you.
Whether you make money from my service or not will mainly depend on whether you have a strong enough mentality to fight through the tough times and not get carried away and bet wrecklessly during the good times. Over confidence during a big upswing in our results can be just as damaging to your bankroll as a bad losing streak.
Bookies are our enemy. They spend Billions of dollars every year trying to figure out new ways to make it even harder for you to win. I have found a way to beat them, but it’s not easy. Trust my betting tips, apply the rules of Compound Interest and stick with me through the good times and the bad and you will make a lot of money. I promise you that.
The Theory of Compound Interest works by continually reinvesting profits to accelerate growth. Most businesses and Investment schemes use the Theory of Compound Interest as their core business strategy. Here is an example of how it works in real life:
David’s T-Shirt Business
David works a full time job in an Office and decides that he would like to earn some extra money selling T-Shirts on eBay with funny slogans on them.
David has $500 to start his business venture.
David calculates that it will cost him $10 to produce each T-Shirt after he pays for all of his stock and fees.
This means that David can afford to buy an initial stock of 50 T-Shirts. [$500 Initial Investment ÷ $10 per T-Shirt = 50 T-Shirts]
David lists all of the T-Shirts for sale on eBay at $20 each and they all sell within 1 week giving him a total return of $1000 on his initial $500 investment.
David now has $1000 in cash, which means he can now afford to buy even more stock. This time he can afford to buy 100 T-Shirts at $10 each [$1000 Investment ÷ $10 per T-Shirt = 100 T-Shirts]
Once again David lists all of the T-Shirts on eBay for $20 each and they all sell within 1 week. Now David has his initial investment of $500 and an additional $1500 that he has earned from his T-Shirt sales. He now has a total of $2000 in the bank.
Now he can afford to buy 200 T-Shirts. [$2000 Investment ÷ $10 Per T-Shirt = 200 T-Shirts]
David lists all of the T-Shirts on eBay and sells them for $20 each. They all sell within 1 week, which means he now has his initial investment of just $500 and an additional $3500 from sales. In just 3 weeks David has turned his initial investment of just $500 into $4000!
If David had decided to spend his profits and only buy $500 worth of T-Shirts to sell each week, he would only have grown his initial $500 investment into $2000 in the same amount of time. By using the Theory of Compound Interest to continually reinvest his profits, David was able to make double the amount of money in the same amount of time!
David grew his business extremely quickly by continuously reinvesting his profits.
You can use the Theory of Compound Interest to make more money from my betting tips by continually reinvesting your profits and adjusting your unit size after every MMA event. For example:
If you start with a $1000 bankroll, your unit size is $10. [1% of $1000 is $10]
If you make $100 profit after the first MMA event, you now have $1100 in your bankroll. You should now adjust your unit size from $10 to $11 when you place your bets for the next event because 1% of $1100 is $11.
You will be using the Theory of Compound Interest if you adjust your unit size after every MMA event because by doing this you are continually reinvesting your profits.