This morning I shared an article on my Twitter timeline, “Mark Cuban cites stocks, insurance to challenge Texas AG ruling of daily fantasy sports.” which was published by and almost immediately upon doing so, my phone began to blow up with texts asking me to clarify why I am in agreement with Mr. Cuban’s comparison.  I do believe that daily fantasy sports and sports betting are very similar to trading stocks and the fantasy sports industry can be compared to the insurance industry, and I will articulate my thoughts in a detailed article very soon.

For now, let me just say that prior to returning to school to embark on my PhD in Public Policy Admin/Law, I had spent several years in the insurance industry.  When I left I was a vice president of an international brokerage firm.  I learned a lot while I worked in that industry and it is because of this knowledge and experience that I believe I have an ability to argue effectively and confidently that the fantasy sports and sports betting can and should be compared to the stock market and/or the insurance industry.   [Those of you who followed my work when I published it on my blog might be somewhat familiar with my position, as I’ve articulated much of what I’ll say in articles I wrote a few years ago.]


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Michelle received a master's degree from Boston University in '2009. She went on to pursue a doctorate degree in public policy administration with a specialization in law. Although Michelle has completed her coursework for a doctorate in public policy administration with a specialization in law, she put her dissertation on hold to develop a sports social media business after she was asked to share about a former NFL player who had been stricken with ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Michelle's interviews of notable athletes, sports personalities, as well as, government officials has been published in a popular men's interest magazine. She has also written a column about college football for Gaming Today, and has an advice column at The Inscriber Magazine.


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