MLB Odds, Picks, Predictions with 10% Historical ROI for 3 Games, Including Reds vs. Mets (Wednesday, Aug. 10)
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There are three games on the MLB docket on Wednesday for which the Action Network’s proprietary data has a profitable betting system.
This betting system has a return on investment of 10% since 2005.
One of the games is a matinee out of Queens — Reds vs. Mets, with first pitch at 1:10 p.m.
If you had bet $100 on each game that has fit the betting trend since 2005, you’d be up about $14,000. That’s roughly $800 per year and an aforementioned 10% ROI.
For reference, the annual average return of the S&P 500 — roughly the value of the American stock market — has been 8% for about a century.
Since the start of the New Year, the S&P 500 has been down about 14%. Bitcoin, for another example, is down about 50% year-to-date.
Still, don’t use this system as an alternative to investing — sports wagering inherently involves more variance.
This betting system optimizes contrarian betting and targets moneylines. The philosophy behind the algorithm is simple: Fade retail bettors on unpopular teams.