Guaranteed Money #70: The Advantage You Need To Bet Golf Successfully

Did you like our episode on betting the MLB? If you haven’t heard it, you might want to check it out. This episode of Guaranteed Money, host Ryan Doyle and millennial entrepreneur Anthony Varrell are doing the same thing, breaking down betting on golf – and how to do it successfully. We’re going to cover all the things bettors need to know when placing money on a game. There’s also new picks in this episode you might want to size up, and one of them is the big golf tournament happening this weekend, so be sure to tune in before it’s too late.

Ryan reflects on the picks he and Anthony made on the MLB All Star Game and does a quick post mortem on the bets he placed. He thinks he got too cute with the under. Did you gamble on the MLB All Star Game? Let us know how you fared in the comments on the episode.

Learning how to bet on golf isn’t the only thing we’re covering in this podcast. We’ve also got some stories to talk about in the world of cryptocurrency. One of them has to do with Tesla and the headlines that Tesla has sold most of its Bitcoin to help shore up their liquidity. Does this tell us anything about Elon Musk’s company, or is this simply a company executing a normal corporate move? Anthony has some thoughts on it.

The guys also tackle the question people are asking on social media about the crypto sports sponsorship. Has the bubble burst? Anthony is gloating over his predictions, and this one stock sunk on its debut because he believes people don’t understand this one particular product.

And there’s one other hot topic we touch on: Mojang Studios, the Microsoft-owned Minecraft developer, announced that NFTs and other blockchain products wouldn’t be supported by the studio or allowed in the game. Anthony says it’s no big deal. Do you agree with the whys?

Tune in for this and more in Guaranteed Money!

To view our episode #69 click here.

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