This list started reasonably short, but has since grown to well over 100 different sports betting personalities. This is a testament to the growth of sports, sports betting, and social media, in which anyone with an internet connection can attract an audience. We did the hard work for you here, rounding up the best, most useful, and most interesting sports betting Twitter accounts and #GamblingTwitter figures.
This rundown — in alphabetical order by first name — represents a mixture of sports bettors, sportsbook directors, radio guys, sources of data and analytics to inform your own sports wagering, and miscellaneous others. Some accounts will provide injury news, legal and regulatory observations, opinions about the various mobile sportsbooks available from Arizona to Michigan to Virginia, or some laughs. For the most part, these people #sticktosports.
Hit us up @sports_handle with feedback and we encourage you to go here to follow the list, which gets updated and curated regularly. If you pick up a few handles you like, mission accomplished. This piece/list of the best sports betting Twitter accounts is an ongoing work in progress and is updated intermittently to add (or subtract) people.
Top sports betting Twitter and #GamblingTwitter accounts for sports wagering enthusiasts
The following list includes oddsmakers, bettors, industry experts, sports betting information sources, live movement reporters, and more, listed in alphabetical order by first name.
Aaron Kessler — Ex-bookie, current private citizen. Sports betting enthusiast. Entertaining and insightful account.
Aaron Schatz – Founder of FootballOutsiders, creator of DVOA and other football analytics.
Adam Burke — We listed “ATS Radio Podcast” as one of our favorite podcasts. Its host is Adam Burke, a Cleveland native who keeps an entertaining feed, plus he shares images of various beers he’s trying, which is nice.
New Market Monday up. I discuss if I'm buying or selling the new Best Ball prices on:
* Cardinals WRs
* Elijah Moore
* Tyquan Thornton
* Jimmy G
Biggest movers on DraftKings outside the top-100 in ADP here: pic.twitter.com/bOhNN5iFBf
— Adam Levitan (@adamlevitan) June 5, 2023
Alex Frantz — Good insights on sports and sports betting. Career history is somewhat unknown but involves gambling and oddsmaking.
Alan Berg — WynnBET Vice President of Trading. Lives and breathes NFL.
Alex Kane — CEO and founder of sports wagering exchange Sporttrade.
Alfonso Straffon — Straffon learned the art of bookmaking in Costa Rica. He now keeps tabs on the U.S. sports betting industry and shares a lot of articles and valuable perspectives.
Andy Molitor — Director of content for Betsperts, the Minnesota half of the Deep Dive betting podcast, and co-host of Brown Bag Bets.
Ariel Epstein — The self-styled “Prop Queen,” Epstein is a host/analyst for Yahoo Sportsbook, and a betting analyst for MLB Network and NBA TV.
Beating the Book — This handle is run by Gill Alexander who is a host for VSiN Live’s “A Numbers Game” and also hosts the “Beating the Book” Podcast which focuses on the ins and outs of gambling strategies.
Ben Fawkes — Based in Las Vegas, Fawkes formerly was the VP of Digital Content for VSiN. He was previously in charge of Chalk, ESPN.com’s gambling section. He delivers updates on betting action at national and Vegas-based books.
Big Cat – Dan Katz, also known as Big Cat, is a host of Barstool’s “Pardon My Take” podcast.
Bill Krackomberger – A pro sports bettor who goes by the mantra, “My allegiance is never to any one team. Only family, friends, and my bankroll.” He’s kind of an industry watchdog and as for the numbers, “Krackman” knows strategy and value.
Bob Stoll – Sports handicapper and purveyor of picks at Dr. Bob Sports.
Brad Evans – The producer of gambling content for Bally Sports also appears on SiriusXM, perhaps best known as a longtime Yahoo! Sports fantasy scribe.
Brandon Anderson – Sportswriter for Action Network. Anderson specializes in NBA and NFL betting, while giving out plenty of enticing long shot futures.
Cabbie Richards – Executive Producer of betting content for SportsNet.
What's next? Tweeting that the Powerball winner turned $2 into $239,000,000? 🤦♂️ pic.twitter.com/8whmxa0HFd
— Captain Jack Andrews (@capjack2000) May 31, 2023
Chad Millman — The Action Network’s head of content, formerly of ESPN and ESPN the Magazine.
Chris Andrews — Andrews has been a Nevada bookmaker for 25 years in Las Vegas and Reno. Contributor for VSiN, offers great perspective and some jokes.
Chris Bennett — Sportsbook manager at Circa Sports.
Chris Fallica — Better known as “The Bear” – formerly on ESPN GameDay, Chris loves talking college football betting as well as the ponies. Fallica is now a member at Fox Sports.
If anyone but National Treasure wins the Belmont, it will mark the fifth straight year and the 7th time in eight years that we've had three different winners in the three Triple Crown races…
— Chris Fallica (@chrisfallica) June 5, 2023
Chris Fargis — Head of risk & trading at Fanatics Sportsbook.
Chris Raybon — Action Network handicapper and FantasyLabs ranker focusing on NFL and NBA.
Circa Sports — Popular sportsbook available in Nevada, Colorado, and Iowa. In Las Vegas, home of the glorious “Stadium Swim.”
Collin Wilson – Senior writer for Action Network, Wilson is a good follow for all things NCAA college football, college basketball, and MLB.
64 Teams, 50+ Wagers
The Road to Omaha begins tomorrow, as 16 @NCAABaseball Regionals get underway. Dive in for Pitcher tracking, Game 1/2 breakdowns, Regional winners and Futures@ActionNetworkHQ | @ActionColleges https://t.co/Z6VsEFgzNP
— Collin Wilson (@_Collin1) June 1, 2023
Connor Allen – Director of betting at 4for4 Football.
Chris Grove – A well-known and oft-quoted gaming industry veteran and analyst, strategist, and investor, a partner at Eilers & Krejcik Gaming boutique research group where he oversees the firm’s sports betting practice.
Cousin Sal – Bill Simmons’ cousin Sal, he’s now the co-founder of The Extra Points Podcast Network, a hidden camera prankster for Jimmy Kimmel Live, and co-host of Fox Bet Live on FS1.
Dan Fabrizio – Co-founder of Unabated Sports and Fantasy Labs.
Darren Rovell – Reporter for Action Network. Twitter page is filled with content about big sports betting news as well as sports memorabilia and business.
David Bearman – Oversees sports betting content for ESPN — its “Daily Wager” show and the ESPN Chalk vertical.
Dave Farra – The Las Vegas-based Farra is the host of the Dave And Mahoney Morning Show, which is syndicated across Audacy and Twitch.
Dave Tuley – Veteran sportswriter and avowed ‘dog player, Dave covers the race sportsbooks in Las Vegas as the senior reporter for VSiN. He also dabbles in making picks betting strategies along the way.
David Purdum — As dialed-in to the sports gambling world as anyone. Purdum writes about gambling for ESPN Chalk, offers valuable Vegas insights and long-form stories about the gaming world. Good guy.
Deep Dive Podcast – Sports podcast co-hosted by Andy and The Whale, powered by Betsperts.
Dividend Blower – Offers financial analysis and perspective on the gambling industry. iGaming portfolio manager.
Doug Kezirian — Along with being the face of ESPN’s first-ever sports betting TV show “Daily Wager,” Kezirian also hosts ESPN’s podcast “Behind the Bets.”
Drew Dinsick – An NFL, NBA, and tennis handicapper with, good sense of humor, puts out the podcast “Deep Dive.”
Ed Feng — Math guy behind The Power Rank who dabbles in predictive analytics for NFL, college basketball and college football.
Ed Miller — An MIT grad, professional poker player, sports betting author, and programmer, Miller is one of the brightest minds in the gambling industry. Co-founded Deck Prism Sports.
Ed Salmons – SuperBook Sports VP of Risk Management.
Eli Hershkovich — Hershkovich is a great follow if you’re into college basketball betting.
Erik Beimfohr — runs Spikeweek.com and posts a lot of player props during the NFL and NBA seasons. Specializes in best ball.
Erin Kate Dolan — A sports betting “content creator,” Dolan talks sports betting for ESPN on “Daily Wager,” and hosts and produces the “Early Line” from 7-9 am EST on SportsGrid, which is streamed on Sirius XM channel (204).
ESPN Stats & Info — Follow for useful info for any kind of bettor. “Our mission is to serve fans across every ESPN platform with the fastest, most accurate, and insightful statistics, scores, news, and analysis.”
Evan Silva — Co-founder of Establish The Run, one of the best sites out there for DFS information/analysis for NFL and NBA games. If you don’t read Silva’s “Matchups” column during the NFL season, you’re doing fantasy football and/or NFL wagering wrong.
Fabian Sommer — Good follow for NFL bettors.
Grant Neiffer – Also known as “Turd Ferguson” for some reason, Grant is a great DFS player and contributor to RotoGrinders.com. He has had great success in professional sports betting, most recently placing third in the 2021 DraftKings Sports Betting National Championship.
Here are @gneiffer07's favorite home run bets for Tuesday’s MLB slate in today's edition of Going Yard.
— MLB Home Run (@MLBHR) June 6, 2023
Hammer DAHN – Sports gambling podcast that’s part of Pat McAfee Show enterprises.
Hardwood Paroxysm – Matt Moore, NBA writer for Action Network.
HeedTheseTakes – A #GamblingTwitter mainstay, Motoi Pearson also aspires to be a leading, essential Twitter account for Jadakiss lyrics.
Hitman — Pro bettor associated/appearing on BetPrep, Covers, and more.
Howard Stutz – Longtime reporter-columnist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and formerly Executive Editor at CDC Gaming Reports, Stutz now writes for the Nevada Independent. Follow for valuable insights on the industry.
Ian Wharton – “NFL Film Study” guy, focuses on NFL analytics and information.
Incarcerated Bob – Bob is here to Make Gambling Great Again.
James Holzhauer – Former Jeopardy champion turned sports betting columnist.
Jason Logan – Senior industry analyst for Covers.
Jay Cuda – A legend on MLB Twitter; Cuda provides MLB statistics and analytics through his self-made graphics.
Jay Kornegay – One of the most well-known and forward-thinking sportsbook operations minds in Las Vegas, Jay runs the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook and drives the consistently-growing Las Vegas Westgate SuperContest.
Jeff Davis – Hockey and golf guy at Circa Sports.
Jeff Benson – Director of Operations at Circa Sports. Good guy.
Jeff Ma – Before co-hosting “Bet The Process” with professional sports bettor Rufus Peabody, Ma made stops at many blackjack tables as a member of MIT’s BlackJack Team, then at ESPN as their Predictive Analytics Expert.
Jeff Sherman — The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook manager is more than just golf odds. He posts game and updated futures odds as the book releases them and also shares worthwhile stories and scenes (and lots and lots of Golden Knights material) straight from the heart of Vegas.
Jimmy Vaccaro — Vaccaro has been managing Las Vegas sportsbooks since (roughly) your father was cruising around trying to meet your mother. That’s 1976. The Pittsburgh native is currently the Director of Sports Book Marketing at South Point Hotel.
JJ Apricena – Handicapper who’s part of Run Pure Bets/Sports.
Joe Fortenbaugh— ESPN sports betting analyst, contributor on the Daily Wager program, ESPN Radio, and on Chalk.
Joe Osborne — Host of “Chasing That Paper” on Vegas Insider.
Joe Ostrowski — A Chicago guy through and through and friend of Sports Handle, Ostrowski hosts “BetQLDaily” on the Audacy network.
Joe Peta – Author and sports betting personality.
Joey Oddessa – A must-follow for anyone looking for MMA and boxing insight, as an oddsmaker Oddessa set lines on some of the biggest fights in the world for some of the biggest bettors.
Joey Knish – Sports betting personality who once got into a Twitter feud with Dave Portnoy.
Joey Tunes – Professional sports bettor and personality.
John Brennan – Longtime reporter for the Bergen Record, he’s located in New Jersey and has followed the state’s legal and political fight for sports betting as long and as closely as anyone. Formerly filed his stories for US Bets and sister sites including articles on sports betting for NJ Online Gambling.
John Holden – Assistant sports law professor at Oklahoma State University. Writes about gambling.
Josh Inglis – NFL, NHL, and MLB betting analyst at Covers.
John Jastremski — Sports talk host on SNY, lots of betting talk in a heavy New York accent.
John Mehaffey – Gambling reporter for VegasAdvantage.com.
John Murray – Executive Director of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
John Sheeran — FanDuel Sportsbook‘s head of bookmaking and risk-management. Appears weekly on the “Bet The Board” podcast to provide the sportsbook’s perspective on popular sides and biggest liabilities.
Jon Spevack – Co-host of “The Weekly” sports betting industry podcast on Twitter Spaces.
Josh ADHD – Sports betting content developer for several online brands.
Josh Applebaum — He’s a sports betting reporter for VSiN, host of the VSiN Market Insights Podcast, and also the author of “The Everything Guide to Sports Betting.”
Josh Hermsmeyer – Football writer for FiveThirtyEight. PFF, and Establish The Run in the past, creator of the Air Yards Buy-Low Model to identify value for fantasy football contests and player prop betting.
Kelly In Vegas — One of not many female voices in the sports betting industry, Kelly wears a lot of hats and microphones across media, with her own podcast alongside Murray and regular appearances on Bleacher Report. She speaks the language also runs a proxy service for LV-based pick’em contests.
Ken Barkley — Also known as “Locky Lockerson,” Barkley is a solid handicapper, serves as a co-host on the You Better You Bet podcast, where he provides good insight on line movement and some entertaining, colorful language.
Ken Pomeroy — NCAA Basketball Analyst. Pomeroy is the creator of a popular college basketball website and statistical database, kenpom.com. If you filled out your brackets without visiting, you did it wrong.
149-0 in series when up 3-0 feels like 135-0 for 1-seeds over 16-seeds did. If you did the math using market odds you'd find there should have been at least one loss by now.
— Ken Pomeroy (@kenpomeroy) May 22, 2023
Kevin Roth — From a snowy football game to a windy golf tournament, if it’s sports and it’s outside, Roth will have a weather forecast for it. To factor that potential impact on totals and field conditions/rosters into your handicapping, check out the only meteorologist on our list.
KW – Professional gambler, former oddsmaker.
KyDerbyJay — We don’t know his full name (probably Jay?) or much about him at all. He’s an occasional guest on BetTheBoard, a lawyer, and knows what he’s talking about on sports betting. Check back in here around Triple Crown season.
LiamPicksFights — Writes MMA content for RotoGrinders, Scores and Odds, and is very sharp.
Marc Lawrence — Writer for PlaybookSports.com
MakinMoneyMegan — Megan makes jokes, bets, and content for Barstool Sportsbook.
Matt Lindeman — Let’s stay in Las Vegas for another insightful bookmaker, Matt Lindeman of WynnBet, an avid college baseball bettor believe it or not, because while chicks dig the long ball, baseball is not all about the long ball.
Matt Perrault — Host of “Bostonian vs. The Book,” the Vegas-based Perrault breaks down all things sports betting all hours of the day.
Matt Rybaltowski – Reporter for Sports Handle and other esteemed publications.
BREAKING: Sports Handle has learned that a player for the Indianapolis Colts is under investigation for what a source called “pervasive” sports wagering activities.
— Sports Handle (@sports_handle) June 5, 2023
Matt Youmans – A former Review-Journal sports betting columnist, NFL/Raiders, and UNLV basketball beat writer. Informed opinions and picks. You can hear him on VSiN and ESPN Radio 1100 in Las Vegas.
Matthew Davidow – Davidow is very sharp, with a background in data analytics and sports betting modeling. He’s currently a co-founder in the venture Deck Prism sports, which provides real In-Play odds for American sports.
Matthew Holt – Previously Vice President of Business Development for CG Technology, Holt is now CEO and Founder of integrity monitoring group U.S. Integrity. He posts very often about in-game sports content, books, and sportsbook betting liabilities.
Matthew Metcalf – Director of Circa Sports, which has positioned itself in Las Vegas and now Colorado (and growing) to be the sportsbook that will post the highest betting limits, be the true sports bettor’s sportsbook.
Mike Palm – VP of Operations for the D, Golden Gate, and Circa.
Minty – Sports betting media personality.
NFL Injury News – Bringing you all news surrounding injuries to your favorite NFL players and teams. Part of the SprtsInjryAlert and Fantas
NFL_totals – Passionate about sports and sports betting, specializing in, yes, totals, mainly NFL and college hoops. Provides snippy commentary on the world in sports that will make you laugh and nod your head in agreement.
Nick Kalikas – Professional oddsmaker and bettor. Risk Supervisor at Circa.
Nick Kostos — One of the raspiest and funniest voices in sports betting media, Kostos has worked for Sports Illustrated and now pumps out regular podcasts “You Better, You Bet.” Shows are of various lengths. You can also hear him on the flagship New York-based sports radio station WFAN.
Patrick Everson — Patrick Everson is cut from the writer/reporter fabric. The senior writer files his stories to Vegas Insider and keeps his Twitter feed populated with perspectives from sportsbook directors, book liabilities, and information directly from Vegas books and more.
Paul Howard – Sports radio talk show host.
Peter Jennings – FantasyLabs and Action Network co-founder, current LuckyTrader CEO.
PlusEVAnalytics — Passionate about sports, mathematics, and gambling. Hailing from Canada, he has actuarial science and statistics degree, rode the poker wave boom circa 2007-10, and later turned his attention to +EV betting and casino games.
Preston Johnson – Preston uses using analytics, game theory, and his Master’s Degree in Sports Psychology to find advantages in football, basketball, and baseball markets. Describes himself: “High-volume bettor. Sound practitioner of bankroll management. Emotion is designed to trump logic. Psychologically integrating the wins.”
Prop Bomb – Contributor at Action Network, Prop Bomb specializes in NBA and NFL player props.
Rich Hribar – Connoisseur of Context. Fake Football Meteorologist at Sharp Football Analysis.
Rick Velotta– Gambling and tourism reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
RJ Bell: Bell is a somewhat controversial sports betting figure with a lot of fans and many detractors (some of it directed at @pregame). He’s mixed it up with Musburger and others on this list. Pick a side if you’d like. But he has a good grip on the pulse of Las Vegas sports betting and provides an entertaining sports betting Twitter feed. You may not like him, but probably still follow him just to see what’s up there.
Rob Pizzola — A self-described EV+ bettor, Pizzola is a frequent podcast guest on You Better, You Bet, a rational Twitter voice. Plus he’s a solid human: he publishes his own previews and picks for the benefit of diabetes research.
Robert DellaFave — Longtime iGaming, poker, and sports betting industry analyst. A lot of talk about consumer protections in the gambling industry and advantage play.
Robert Walker — The widely respected USFantasy/USBookmaking partner is the former Director of Sports Betting operations for MGM-Mirage, Genting, and Boyd Gaming. He’s attuned to sports betting legislation happenings and frequently opines on the subject.
Roxy Roxborough — He doesn’t tweet much but when he does it’s worth listening. He’s a major gaming and Las Vegas innovator, founder of Las Vegas Sports Consultants, and regarded as one of the gaming industry’s most influential figures.
Rufus Peabody — Rufus is a sports analyst, professional sports bettor, and an outspoken proponent for transparency across the industry. An Ex-ESPN predictive analytics expert and graduate of Yale University, he’s half of Massey Peabody analytics and co-host of the “Bet The Process” podcast.
RxGamble — Pro gambler and advantage player Gina Fiore.
Ryan Butler – Butler covers gaming news, legislation, and other betting-related developments for iGaming Next. Plus irreverent cultural observations and bad sports take.
Ryan Rodenberg – Author and researcher.
Sam Panayotovich – Betting analyst for NESN and Fox Sports.
Scott Van Pelt – Host of the midnight edition of SportsCenter. For a Twitter audience of 1.92 million followers, SVP provides his take on the sports covering both professional and collegiate sports often with his own self-deprecating wit and disposition toward celebrating stars and storylines.
Sean Koerner – “The Oddsmaker,” as he is known on Twitter, is the Director for Predictive Analytics for the Action Network and a player projection prognosticator. He is prolific on Twitter and seems to also appear in a lot of video interviews. He is a must-follow for those interested in player props and info about player performance.
— Action Network MLB (@ActionNetMLB) June 7, 2023
Sean Pendergast – Creator of the “#gamblecast,” Sean is a Houston sports radio host who represents your regular American Joe sports bettor: some good wagers, some $10 eight-to-nine team parlays that rarely hit and mostly pad a sportsbook’s hold. (Go here to listen to Sean talk all things sports wagering.)
Simon Hunter – His focus is on NFL betting, he works for TAN, and he is a podcast co-host. Simon Hunter is a go-to source for picks and insight on NFL. He offers lots of free picks on his sports betting Twitter feed and is honest when his bets don’t pan out. Check out his Twitter page for ideas on which NFL teams to take.
SportsbkConsig – Aka Dave Sharapan, he’s the co-host of the “Cash Considerations” and “Bostonian vs. The Book” podcast, a Pennsylvania native (Pittsburgh), Penn Stater, a Sports Handle contributor, Las Vegas sportsbook veteran, and frequently posts some fun and insightful conversations that he observes behind the counter.
SportsMediaWatch – Everything related to TV ratings with sports and sports media news.
SportsOddsHistory – Updates on futures odds and looking back at archived futures odds (here). Covers: NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, College Football, College Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Soccer, Olympics, Horse Racing, NASCAR, Tour de France, World Series of Poker, and in non-sports, the Academy Awards.
Spread Investor – Handle for a website launched in 2014, the group provides bettors with “the stats, trends, game analysis, and betting strategies that they need to make smarter wagers.” Focus on NFL, NBA, and College Basketball.
Stanford Steve – Works on SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt both in front of the camera and behind the scenes. Their weekly “Bad Beats” piece is wonderful (above). The former Stanford tight end also co-hosts the ESPN “Behind the Bets” Podcast.
Stat Muse – Sports stats and analytics database for NBA, NFL, among other sports.
Steve Fezzik – Fezzik is a former accountant and now a professional gambler living in Las Vegas. He’s the only two-time winner of the NFL SuperContest (2009, 2010).
Steve Mankinen – VSiN Point Spread Weekly Editor.
Stuckey — An entertaining follow, Stuckey covers all sports for The Action Network, except the NBA and soccer. The self-styled “Prime Minister of Degenerate Nation,” he’s a bit of an action junkie, as some of you are, too.
Ted Sevransky — “Teddy Covers” is a seasoned sports bettor who’s active in video and on the radio. He’s spent about two decades in the desert and curates a good feed indicating line movement, sharp and square positions, mainly covering hoops (NBA and college) and football (NFL and college).
Teddy Greenstein – Senior Editor at PointsBet.
The Athletic – Subscription-based sports website that provides national and local coverage of nearly all the major North American sports teams. They additionally provide plenty of sports betting content.
Thomas Casale— Sports betting editor for Action Network, Casale is an avid college basketball and football bettor, loves futures, and his heart bleeds (Syracuse) Orange.
Tim Murray – Sports radio host.
Todd Fuhrman — A former oddsmaker at Caesars and co-founder of the “Bet the Board” podcast (NFL, CFB, hoops, and golf). He also contributes “The Line” on SI.com as well as Fox Sports, and brings a unique oddsmaker’s perspective.
Tony Miller — The Las Vegas Golden Nugget sportsbook director. A combination of comic relief and his views on sports and a perspective from behind the counter.
Unabated – Sports website focusing on “intelligent betting”
Vegas Insider – Official Twitter handle of Vegasinsider.com, a leading sports betting website
Vegas Murray — Executive director of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
VegasPointBlank — Veteran sports bettor Dave Malinsky eyes the betting boards from “point-blank range.” He offers quick statistics and data updates covering a wide range of professional and collegiate sports. (May Dave rest in peace.)
Vik Chokshi— Head of sports betting at Fox Sports. Good guy.
Vinny Mangliulo – Sports betting personality. Works for VSiN.
VSiN — The Vegas Stats and Information Network was founded by Brian Musberger with his uncle Brent Musberger as the face of the company and its main personality and host. You can find it at VSiN.com and on SiriusXM Channel 204.
Warren Sharp — Sharp is an NFL specialist who has crafted his own predictive NFL analytics and visualized data. Lots of useful, unique information. If you’re not familiar, you’ve probably seen or heard his work before at ESPN, FOX Sports, VSiN, WSJ, and others.
Wes Reynolds— A well-known name on Sports Betting Twitter, he’s a professional sports bettor and a contributor on VSiN, Action Network and Las Vegas Review-Journal, and other outlets. He bets NFL, NCAA basketball, and golf. Follow along for notes and angles. Always learning.
Whale_Capper – An NFL, NBA, and tennis handicapper, good sense of humor, puts out the podcast “Deep Dive” and his projections, and tracks them on a spreadsheet for public consumption.
You Better You Bet – Podcast hosted by The Kostos and Locky Lockerson
Zack Price – Sports investor, futures trader, and market maker
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