Doubling Stocks SoftwareWhat I am about to share with you, is a very unusual story.Unusual... because it is about 2 "geeks", named Michael and Carl. Who developedthe first commercially available stock picking "robot". Michael (the programmer)named the robot "Marl".Above: Carl and Michael Programming "Marl"Marl came about after Michael developed the famous "Global Alpha" computer stocktrading model, while contracted to Goldman Sachs.A piece of software which most years is responsible for...$4,000,000,000+ Annual Trading ProfitWith this software project completed, Michael looked for a new way to line hispockets. Unfortunately he had signed a Non Compete and NDA agreement with GoldmanSachs, forbidding him to create software which trades derivatives and similarfinancial instruments (like Global Alpha).After 3 weeks of being temporarily unemployed, Michael who was very wealthy andvery bored... Decided to start a new project.You' see Goldman Sachs and most other large investment funds are at a majordisadvantage. They often manage portfolios of up to $10,000,000,000 (ten billiondollars) - and because of this when they invest in stocks their scope is limitedto just a few of the worlds largest firms (Coca-Cola, Google).This problem is widespread amongst fund managers whom manage large amounts ofcapital. In fact Warren Buffet (Whom manages $53 billion) has the exact sameproblem.Michael knew he could take advantage of this. By developing software which can runon any home computer, and manage funds between $100 and $500,000.With managing such a small comparative amount, Michael's software could yield muchhigher returns. In fact it is designed to trade in the volatile penny stock marketwhere stocks can increase 400% in a matter of minutes.Watch as Owners of Marl Make $5192......Live on VideoBelow is a video. Showing Marl in action.You'll see the stock Marl chose, and watch to the end where Michael shows you whathappened the next day...Michael worked with fund manager Carl Williamson to create the bot. "Marl" worksby analysing each stock using "technical analysis". Which means analysing a stockspast price movements to predict the stocks future direction.Below is an example stock chart. For all it looks like something NASA would beproud of... it is merely showing the stocks changes in price against time.The various changes in price (when made into a chart) form what traders call"chart patterns" and it is exactly these price patterns Marl is looking for.