NFL 2021 Season - Off

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The bottom line to any sports wagering is wholly dependent on the amount of money leveraged on the point spreads.

The winners Qoxhi Picks delivers are subservient to how those selections are wagered.

Few business activities are wrought with more enticements to lure clients to veer off proven practices than sports wagering. When the games are wagered more for entertainment than business, favorite teams or primetime games can have as much of an effect on the bottom line as the solid selections delivered by Qoxhi Picks.

Now in our 41st year of operation, since 2001 Qoxhi has offered an easy-to-use online Account Manager. This investment tool prompts clients on exact wager amounts to stay within the guidelines based on their declared opening account balance and selected money management strategy.

A typical NFL season will generate a bottom-line profit margin between 30 to 60 percent while utilizing the Basic money management strategy. Five other strategies offer higher risk versus return ratios with emphasis on the weekly Top Pick or utilizing three bets on each selection including the first quarter, first half and final score.

Here are the results for each money management strategy during the 2020 NFL regular season:
Top Pick Double
Top Pick Aggressive
Top Pick Exclusive
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Money rated selections posted two hours before kickoff


Having Fun
by Dennis Ranahan

My best friend started out as a client.

My best friend started out as a client.
Five years my senior, my buddy hunts alligators at night in Florida waters and considers it a win when he wrestlers one into his boat.

He loves to gamble.

When everything was shut down early last spring, no sports action, after a few weeks he called to know if I had a side on a ping-pong match that was being staged in a foreign country.

When pro basketball and then baseball got into action, he negotiated a number of wagers outside my recommendations. He enjoyed it, and could afford his action even with it as large as it was.

When football started, first college and then the NFL, he had action everyday on something.

He was gambling.

Gamblers never win.

Gambling is an exercise in wagering more after wins and always on the prowl for a killing.

The routine almost always ends with gamblers losing in the short run, and always in the long run.

It is the nature of the activity. It is a gamble, an adrenaline boost looking to make a killing.

Selected wagering propositions are not the biggest obstacle in making money from sporting events. How those sides or totals are leveraged is all that matters to the bottom line. Throw a perfectly good group of picks through the screen of a gambler and more often than not it leads to losses.

For some, the joy of winning with their own picks is worth the risk, but more often, not a sound business endeavor.

There is a reason gamblers lose. The adrenaline of being right pushes away much rational thought, which allows risking more money than one can truly afford to lose. In hopes, of course, of making a killing.

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