A PhD's Guide to Winning at the Races

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A PhD's Guide to Winning at the Races
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AuthorJeffry Weiss
GenreTrack Betting Gambling
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Mercid 264509781514645475
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This book is not simply about racetrack betting. It is about regaining control of your life. There is no such thing as a "career job" anymore. The average person has 6 jobs during their lifetime. When a person is let go, the average salary at their new position is 67% of their old salary. With the constantly changing nature of business and technology, the only guarantee is that there are no guarantees. Change is the only certainty, and whether you will be on the forefront of that change or swept aside by it is just as much luck as it is due diligence. You can either help someone or some company achieve success, or attain lasting successful for yourself. They are, very often, mutually exclusive. So, are there businesses that can provide added income, or even provide financial independence without demanding a total commitment of money and time?Before I answer that, allow me to introduce myself. I am Dr. Jeffry Weiss. My formal education took place at Drexel University (B.S. - Accounting), Temple University (M.B.A. - Statistical Analysis), The University of Pennsylvania (M.A. - International Affairs), Clayton College - (Ph.D. - Mathematics). I was a stock market analyst and investor, and put out my own mutual fund newsletter. I was a day trader for five years. I owned a car dealership. I helped found a natural food business. I have been a freelance writer for 33 years. I invested in real estate. And I developed a number of Internet businesses. Most of these businesses were relatively successful, but they all had something else in common. They demanded so much of my time and energy that I didn't have a life. My definition of success is having the time and energy to enjoy the fruits of your labor. And so I dedicated two decades to discovering alternatives to the nine to five routine: two days off per week, two weeks off per year. While it used to be that your presence was required at the racetrack, betting now can be accomplished from the comfort of your o

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