5 ways to invest in sports and win

Millions of us feel passionate about sports. Tempering that passion with clear-headed research could lead to investment success.

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Apr 25, 2013 11:10AM
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It's not investing. It's gambling. SPORTS are played in empty lots by amateurs looking to unwind after hard work. Commercialized sports lift Vegas, not America. We took a passtime and turned it into the most destructive force dividing America ever... we used to be neighbors, now we're psychopaths in cliques and groups... and those they chose to be victims. It's as un-American as it gets.
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