Did you know that you can improve your odds of winning money in the lottery just by knowing a few tips and tricks that most people never even think about. It is true, and when you think of how the stock market, oil prices, and 401k programs are taking more of your money everyday, you may want to take a few dollars a week and invest in the lottery. What, invest in the lottery, are you serious?
There are those who will tell you the lottery is a fool’s game and it is a sin. The same person will probably tell you that you should buy stocks and invest in the stock market. You tell me what is the difference, in both cases, the lottery takes your money and gives you a long chance at improving your investment and the stock market does the same thing. Both are subject to complete loss of your investment.
If you invest in the lottery, you may spend a few bucks, but if you invest in the stock market, you will invest a lot more money. With the lottery you don’t need a broker and you can buy a lottery ticket on every street corner. With the lottery if you win back your investment on a single draw, you can pocket it or roll it over to play again. Sbobet
Let’s get to where I want you to see, it is not a bad investment to improve your chances should you choose to play the lottery. I will leave the ethics of which is less of a gamble, the lottery or the stock market, or how much more you stand to lose in either case. The idea of spending a single dollar, with the chance of winning millions of dollars in return, appeals to a vast majority of people I know.
To merely buy a single dollar ticket and hope for millions is a pipe dream, but hey, considering the state of our economy, I can sleep with a positive dream in my choices of how I spend my night. Now, if you want to play the lottery with a more directed and improved process and greatly improving your odds, then here is what I propose.
First if you play the lottery, play a game that is worthwhile in it’s pay off. If the same dollar invested can win you a scratch off ticket or a ticket that pays a jackpot of millions of dollars, invest your dollar in the bigger pot.
Many states either have Powerball or Mega Millions as their top game. These games are well worth your time if you choose to play. Even if you don’t win the Jackpot, there are concession prizes for getting at least three numbers right. I like being repaid for at least what I spent to play. Nothing gained, nothing lost.
Something most people do not know is there are statisticians that follow the lotteries like a Dow Jones industrial business. They track the numbers and calculate the odds of the next possible numbers to be drawn, and base these predictions on how the numbers have been drawn in previous drawings. Sure, they don’t always get it right, but hey, what if you are following along and you get three, four, or five numbers right? Would that not make playing a lot more fun and profitable?