Profitcapping is the methods, means, factors and systems to predict and determine the amount of profit to be made over weeks, months and years in the future. This has nothing to do with selecting, picking and choosing horses. Racing is a business and it must be seen as a business by all players and it has a total money side to it and it has nothing to do with handicapping horses. Everyone’s there to make a few extra dollars but the one-hundred dollar question is: can it be done by design and not by luck or accident? A player can handicap horses for ten years and still not profit or even know whether they’ve had a profit or loss overall in that amount of time.
This is why money management, ticket formatting, predicting future profit, ticket price, sustain investment money, finding value, finding price, predicting tote board odds beforehand, saving money specifically for wagering and many other elements has nothing to do with handicapping and of which you must know to become better in the game. Those Profitcapping factors and methods mentioned above and others are methods is part of the secret of Profitcapping. Handicapping is simply the methods to pick horses. Profitcapping’s simply discriminating between what’s money profit oriented or selecting and picking horses oriented. Imagine a horse race where no money’s involved (no wagering or betting) and it’s just a race or an equine contest.
In the equine contest stated above you’re to simply figure out what horses are to come in what positions across the wire. There’s no money involved therefore there are no ‘value’ positions (win, place, show, fourth and fifth) involved. Instead there are order of finish positions (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th) involved respectively. When anyone puts money or wagers (investing) on a bet that person enters the field of Profitcapping. This division of racing teaches a player how to have a flat rate wager (investment) amount for each ticket you buy for any investment type (daily double, pick 3, pick 4, pick 5, pick 6, exacta, quinella, trifecta, etc.).
Some of the main reasons players lose is improper ticket formatting and improper money management which produce improper ways on how to bet on horses. When it comes to making money or profit four things are possible. As examples. (1) you put $100 on a wager and you lose. So your profit is $0. (2) you put $100 on a wager and you win but you get back only $50. So you won the race but also loss $50. (3) you put $100 on a wager and you win $100. So you breakeven. (4) you put $100 on a wager and you win $101 or more. So you profit $101 or more depending on the payout.
When all wagers are in the track takes its’ percentage cut and what’s left is given back to the public in payouts. Is there enough in the payouts to make a profit? Yes. Even a small amount? Yes. One of these ways is to know exactly how much flat rate amount to pay for a ticket no matter what investment type (see above) you’ve chosen. Not a penny more or less every single time for years. Another way is knowing the potential profit a specific bet gives out over several years and knowing it won’t change in the future. The secret of Profitcapping is the methods that lets you know how to find all of this out.