Marl the stock trading robot is a new stock purchasing software developed by Michael Cohen at DoublingStocks. It's certainly gained a lot of attention since it claims it can accurate predict penny stock movements.
So is Marl the stock trading robot scam?
Well, to answer that questions, it's important to learn about the doubling stocks newsletter program. By the way, because it cost so much money to develop the stock robot program, when you subscribe to doublingstocks, you don't actually get to use Marl.
Instead, Michael will email his subscribers for the best penny stock picks weekly based on predictions from Marl the stock trading robot.
I think this is a better arrangement as the program is pretty complex and a lot of people would've problems using it if Michael has simply given it as a tool. It'd also take some learning as well as the user having technical stock trading experience to be able to use it to its full potential.
So what's supplied with the weekly stock picks and are they winners?
Every week, you'll be given between 7 to 10 picks to place trades with your broker or do it yourself online. They'll provide a detail explanation of why a particular penny stock is chosen, when to buy and when to sell based on the price point.
So this makes it a dumb proof way of allowing even the most novice stock trader to make money in penny stocks.
Of course not every trade and every pick by Marl the stock trading robot is going to be a…