Dear Trading Tips reader,
I recently wrote an article on how to analyse a boxer’s fighting style.
But this is only the beginning.
You see, with boxing being such a high-level sport, there are a few other aspects to consider to make accurate predictions.
Things like how much a weight a boxer must lose, to make the correct weight category.
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Being able to analyse a boxer's fighting style is a difficult skill to master.
However when done correctly, it can result in long-term profit.
That's why today I want to show you how to analyse a boxer's fighting style, how to analyse pre-fight trends and how a proper strategy can help you find value when making your next boxing prediction.
Let's get started…
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At first glance, you might not think there are many similarities between boxing and investing. But surprisingly, there are many pearls of boxing wisdom that you can apply to investing. In fact, there are three crucial lessons you can learn from Mike Tyson. Let's take a look at what these are and how you can apply them to your investing…
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