Mark Lyck

MarkLyck

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@luqa57125041 very fair question and one we thought long about to.

You are completely correct, no working trading system is infinitely scaleable and we are no exception.

However, we aren't dealing with penny stocks. We limit our stock picks to large cap companies. This means it takes A LOT of capital for any (or multiple) individuals to move the stock price so much that it has any affect on others profits for buying the same stock afterwards.

That's the most important piece to be able to share these publicly.

However there are 2 other things we do to ensure this won't be an issue.

#1 our pricing model. The way our pricing works is that it gets more expensive every time anyone signs up. Making less and less people willing to pay.

#2 Right now there's a cap of max 100 users. (Currently 66 open seats left). Once we hit this limit no one else can sign up until some one else cancels their subscription.

Weeklystocktip.com isn't designed to be a platform with millions of users. That doesn't work in trading signals just like you say.

You may ask why we bother doing this at all if we're only going to allow 100 people in the system. We're building a public record so it will be easier to start a credible hedgefund in the future. While we're building this record we thought why not give away these tips for a little penny and build trust with our customers ahead of time.

And of course we use it ourselves as well.

That's exactly where we're at now. I hope that helps answer your question :)

Cheers,
Mark Lyck