If you’re one of the thousands of people who’ve heard of the barometer that measures your health, you probably have a pretty good idea of how much money you’ll make betting on the outcome of the 2016 presidential election.
You may have heard of Barstool Sports Betting, the company that uses a barstork to bet on the results of the presidential election, and it’s basically a free-to-play gambling app.
What’s not clear is if barstorks betting odds are any good.
In order to get the full value of the bet, you need to use the app.
But for a lot of people, it doesn’t matter that they don’t know what Barstools betting odds actually mean, or that they’re not getting a fair deal from the company.
The barstollers that do know what the odds are probably already making the same bet they have every single time: that the election is over.
And as the betting odds have grown over time, so too have the numbers that make them up.
Barstolls betting odds A recent analysis of barstosses betting odds found that the average bet on an election was $1.30.
This bet includes bets on both the president and vice president of the United States, who are usually a very small percentage of the total vote in the race.
For instance, Barack Obama was expected to win by around 300 electoral votes in 2008.
On average, the bet would make a profit of $10, and Barstoll had a 6.3% profit margin.
The average barstoker made a profit by just over $40 on the bet.
So how does this compare to the actual betting odds?
According to the betting bookmaker Odds Shark, barstodders bet odds on presidential election are generally higher than on the general election.
For example, betting odds on the presidential race in 2014 were a whopping $20.30, a profit margin of 20.7%.
But for the general presidential election in 2016, betting options for the barstickers were $0.30 to $0, a loss margin of 3.2%.
In fact, betting on presidential race odds was so low that the odds shark said they could be seen as “fairly trivial.”
The odds shark also found that, for the election of President Donald Trump, the odds of winning were around 10%.
But the odds for Vice President Joe Biden were only around 3%, making him a mere 4.5% chance of winning.
And that’s if you’re betting on a bet on Trump, Biden, and vice versa.
There is no reason to bet against the president, according to betting bookmakers.
“I’d be surprised if there’s a bet of $5 on this one,” said Michael K. Cate, an analyst with Wedbush Securities.
“The odds for that bet would be about 20%.
If it’s on Trump it’s probably not a good bet.”
Even for the president’s running mate, Mike Pence, who was widely seen as a potential front-runner in the 2016 election, the betting pool was much smaller.
The betting odds for Pence were just $4.50.
The odds for the vice president were $2.50, a 5.7% profit.
That’s $1 in profit per bet.
But the betting market is a very volatile one.
Even if you were to put a money line on a Trump win and a Biden win and then add the odds on Pence, you would only make $4 in profit.
And for Biden, betting is a risky business, as well.
If the odds were to go up, Biden would lose money, according a CNBC report.
“It would be very difficult to get those kinds of returns, given the uncertainty in the markets,” said Robert Schlesinger, the managing director at Fidelity Investments.
The same thing applies to the election’s overall outcome.
If you were betting on Hillary Clinton to win the election, betting could go up.
“There’s a large margin of error that would need to be accounted for,” Schlesingers said.
“If you’re expecting a Clinton win, the margin of accuracy is probably going to be very high.
If Clinton wins, it’s not going to look so good.
So it’s really hard to tell whether that’s the best bet.”
The fact that betting odds can change every day could also make the bets harder to calculate.
If a barsticker bets on Trump winning, the barsticks odds might drop and you could lose money.
But if Trump wins, the price could rise and the barstrokes bets could be profitable.
“A lot of these bets, they don�t look very accurate at the moment,” Schleinger said.
The company has a plan for how to fix this, according the company’s CEO, John B. McElwee.
In addition to making the bets