I’m often asked why I charge for selections.
In 2003, two of my original investors and mentors asked if I would be interested in offering my wagering opinions to the public for a fee.
I had no real interest, lots of reservations, and a number of questions.
- Who would want to buy them?
- Wouldn’t I feel horrible if someone lost on my information?
- If other paid handicappers made so much money, why would they share their information?
- Can’t the other handicappers make a better living betting their own selections?
I finally agreed for several reasons.
I enjoy being able to express my opinions and hopefully help others.
Putting your ideas on paper, can clarify your thoughts, enabling introspection for better selections.
- College Tuition:
If you make too much money, you get to pay full price.
Even if you make a very nice living, three kids in college at $65,000+ per year can slow you down a bit.
I’ve made some wonderful associations over the years. Some have become friends, and others have given me advice.
– John Rothschild
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