All of our expert analysts and professional punters back their selections heavily themselves for as much as they can get on. However due to their success and subsequent heavy bookmaker restrictions, our experts can't place bets for a sufficient amount as the bookies won't take their bets. Each corporate bookmaker however is required with the minimum bet laws to bet you to win $2,000 on a Sydney Saturday race, which means smaller punters can get on for their desired amounts. Our experts spend the majority of their time devoted to analysis and upkeep of databases, so running services is an additional way for them to subsidise the enormous time & monetary investment required to be a successful winning punter. The goal of Winning Edge Investments is to help educate the everyday punter on how to make a meaningful long-term profit, and our professional punters and experts love the process of providing education and information to help their members, or they simply wouldn't do it.
To be frank, we actually find this type of question childish. If professionals and experts in their fields did not offer their services, then there would be no financial advisors, financial planners, investment advisors, stockbrokers, family offices, real estate agents, buyer's agents, expert marketers, business coaches etc. The list is endless. You could practically walk up to any person in any role and as them the question "if you are so good at X, why don't you do Y". You could walk up to any CEO of a listed ASX firm and say if you're such a good leader, why don't you run your own business? You could walk up to the best chefs in the world working in the best kitchens in the world and ask them if they are so good, why don't they run their own restaurant? There are millionaires and billionaires in all fields of life these days that offer information, advice, training, coaching, books etc to display their expertise and authority on a certain subject to those wanting to follow their methods. Our tipping services are no different.
The fact is that if the markets are small, then there is a limited amount of money that one pro punter or analyst can make betting on those markets, and so it stands to reason that with all of the enormous time and cost investment required to generate highly profitable tips, that they would want to maximise their return on that effort, no different to any person in their chosen field.
Conversely, if the markets are deep, then the odds don't get impacted at all by selling tips or ratings, and hence there is no reason that again that with all of the enormous time and cost investment required to generate highly profitable tips, any person wouldn't want to maximise their return on that effort, no different to any person in their chosen field.