As most readers will be aware I am in the process of starting up my Patient Speculation Portfolio Lite
Setting up and running a portfolio of profitable tipsters can be a little daunting, even if like me you are considering using primarily free (donation based) tipsters to start with.
When contemplating setting up my portfolio I realised that not knowing what to do and when to do it can lead to very expensive or time consuming mistakes. So what would be my solution to this potential problem?
Easy really I would just ask an expert. The expert that I decided on is Rowan from the The Portfolio Investor blog. That's him in the picture above ;-)
The purpose of Rowans blog is to chronicle his adventures in the running of his portfolio of tipsters. He lays it all bare, sharing the ups and, probably more importantly, the downs of running his portfolio.
Because of the help Rowan has given to me (and hopefully will continue to give), I am going to install an icon on my side bar that links directly to his blog. I would encourage anyone considering setting up a portfolio to click on the link and take a look.
The reason for this post is to highlight the fact that I believe that we as sports speculators cannot be experts at every aspect of our chosen pursuit; the broad subject is just far too large. So to me there really is not a lot of choice in the matter, if we want to become successful we will need to reach out from time to time and ask for help.
I know that the above is just good old common sense really, but I never cease to be amazed by the amount of people I see who just refuse to ask for help.
I hope you enjoyed this post