Invest in the stock market or in sports betting?


Reading the international press, a news related to sports betting and investments caught my attention. 
In this news it is said that 
more and more investors are beginning to make their first steps in the world of gambling, taking advantage of their experience in making decisions in the stock market.

The more I read the article, the more it caught my attention to know why this movement on the part of investors and I wanted to find out the reason for this change, to move to such a fluctuating and complex world (seen from the point of view of a layman in matter) to a sector such as sports betting.

What brings an investor to the world of sports betting?

Although my German is not perfect, I could barely understand at least three of the main reasons for this change. The first is that managing multiple bookmaker accounts is exponentially easier than running the web of stock management software.

Another important highlight is information. Currently, having information about a certain company to know if it is a good time to buy or sell shares is something very hermetic and above all controlled, something that makes the work of investors or brokers very difficult.

On the other hand, in the world of sports betting there is a daily torrent of information that can be of great use : betting comparators, recommendations of the most famous tipsters, the information provided by the bookmakers themselves, etc.

This is related to advice in both fields. It is emphasized that having a good advisor in the financial world can have a prohibitive price that not everyone could afford. On the other hand, within sports betting everything changes and it is much more affordable; By searching correctly, you can get good advice without paying.

These are some of the reasons that have meant that in a very short time there has been a new player in this world of sports betting. Will they be able to extrapolate their knowledge to this sector and obtain benefits?

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