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    What's best way to measure a handicapper's sucess? Yield? Win Rate? Total Units?

    Nah, none of them.

    The best way to measure a handicapper's success is to look his life style, how much is his net worth? How much real money he have? That's what really matters. When asking a person about his opinion on finance, you should consider this too. How a person who doesn't own any real estates can give you advice on real estate investment? How a person who works 9-5 can give you an advice about financial freedom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawyer View Post
    What's best way to measure a handicapper's sucess? Yield? Win Rate? Total Units?

    Nah, none of them.

    The best way to measure a handicapper's success is to look his life style, how much is his net worth? How much real money he have? That's what really matters. When asking a person about his opinion on finance, you should consider this too. How a person who doesn't own any real estates can give you advice on real estate investment? How a person who works 9-5 can give you an advice about financial freedom?
    How are you supposed to look at a handicappers lifestyle and his networth?
    Shall I ask Seaweed how many houses he owns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sawyer View Post
    What's best way to measure a handicapper's sucess? Yield? Win Rate? Total Units?

    Nah, none of them.

    The best way to measure a handicapper's success is to look his life style, how much is his net worth? How much real money he have? That's what really matters. When asking a person about his opinion on finance, you should consider this too. How a person who doesn't own any real estates can give you advice on real estate investment? How a person who works 9-5 can give you an advice about financial freedom?

    The best way to make a small fortune is to start with a large one.

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