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Be Bold. Be Aggressive. Be Smart.
That is the Robert Ferringo handicapping philosophy. And that mindset is at the core of one of the most exciting, consistent and profitable professional sports handicappers in the country. Robert has a completely unique style and approach to sports investing and sports handicapping. And his creative and intelligent methods have made him one of the most successful handicappers in the country over the last half-decade and has helped him become one of the rising stars in the industry.
Robert employs a system that blends sound money management techniques, a keen understanding of risk management and solid statistical analysis. There are no “Get Rich Quick” schemes when it comes to betting, so he utilizes a solid long-term strategy for success that relies that is a proven moneymaker.
Robert is a true “hybrid” handicapper. On one hand he relies upon some of the most sophisticated systems in sports handicapping. On the other hand he utilizes his innate “feel” for sports betting. And those two skills combine to make him a force in the gambling world.
Robert handicaps all major sports, specializing in Major League Baseball, the NFL and NCAA basketball. He also takes a “team” handicapping approach to the NHL and that has resulted in nearly $10,000 in profit for $100 bettors through its first year. Robert is one of the most entertaining and insightful sports information writers in the country and we are happy to have him as part of the Doc' Sports Team.
"Arrogance has no place in the gambling world and I prefer to let my production speak for itself." Robert says. "I have confidence that the tremendous amount of time and effort that I invest into studying my sports will continue to pay dividends and keep me one step ahead of the slicksters and carnival barkers within the industry."
“If you think you’re going to win every day then you shouldn’t be betting. But if you practice sound money management, if you adopt a long-term strategy for success, and you are looking to make a lot of money then I would love for you to get on board.”
Robert earned his $100 bettors $25,000 in profit from June 2010 to May of 2011 in all of his sports. After a successful World Cup he closed the MLB season by banking $6,000 over the last few months and has since followed that up with profitable efforts in football, the NBA, the NHL, college basketball and even Triple Crown horse racing. Also, Robert is gearing up for another exceptional football season. He had an excellent 2010, aided by his fourth straight winning August and a +80 Unit rush through the first three months of the year, and he is going to follow it up.
I looked at your power rankings. So let me get this straight: The 49ers beat the New York Giants without Frank Gore and you rank NY#5 and the 49ers #6. Even worse, you have New England ranked #3. They have one of the worst defenses in the NFL. I can't believe people actually pay you for you opinion. How stupid can you be?