People have had different points in opinion about the authenticity of Marl the Stock Trading Robot. In case you are not familiar with it, it was created by the owner of DoublingStocks, Michael Cohen.

His penny stock newsletter provides hot penny stock picks to his paying subscribers once a week and his analysis and stock picks were based on analysis results from Marl.

Michael claims he spent nearly $18,000 developing the software for it to give accurate stock predication.

Indeed it is easy to fall for software that seems backed by highly complicated analytics and intricate programming to assist us in choosing which stocks to pick.

Those who think that Marl the stock trading robot is not scam say so because he either has made a few correct picks or because at $47, he can easily be forgiven if and when the system turns out to be a complete fraud.

Good for those who are already rich, but $47 can hurt a teeny weenie bit if you need all the money you can get.

And good if Marl makes a hit and gets you a substantial increase in your investment, because this does happen, as some happy customers will willingly attest.

But even if you make substantial gains with Marl the stock trading robot, it cannot be denied that it smells so much like the “Pump and dump’ scheme that is often used by scammers who are paid by companies to promote their stocks, generating an artificial and temporary demand that will leave poor unsuspecting investors in the dust when the prices eventually crashes.

The mere fact that they are paid by companies to promote their stocks is illegal at the least. Nobody would really want to be part of this, since this can easily get the owners in trouble with securities regulators.

However, the best way to tell if Marl the stock trading robot is genuine or scam is to sign up for Michael Cohen Doubling Stocks newsletter. Get the penny stock picks and place trades with your broker or yourself online.

Although there is a cost of $47, there is a 60 day money back guarantee so there is no risk on your part.

Although you may find many doubling stocks reviews online, really the best way is to try it out yourself and ask for a refund if it does not work for you.



Source by Ricky Lim