Microcap Millionaires Review

Microcap Millionaires Review

This page contains a candid review of the Microcap Millionaires email alert newsletter based on our own experiences having tried this product for a number of months.

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Microcap Millionaires Executive Summary

Product Name:

Microcap Millionaires

Microcap Millionaires Review

Refund Rate:

Not applicable to subscription products

Product Description:

Monthly newsletter identifying microcap (penny) stocks about to make substantial gains. Tells entry and exit points. Beginners to trading get step by step guidance

Product Developer:

Matt Morris – Run a background check (where available)

Developer Qualifications:

Developer provides multiple video testimonials of customers who have made between 51% and 234% in one week from one stock pick

Product Specifications:

Email newsletter/stock pick alerts

Official Domain Name:


Microcap Millionaires™/Matt Morris & Co.


US$49 per month

Payment options:

All major credit cards and PayPal


60 days

Refund protection:

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Does Microcap Millionaires Work?

The problem with stock alert newsletters is that there are so many of them out there how do you know which one or ones to choose? They vary greatly in their accuracy, and let’s face it, some are just outright scams.

Trading microcap stocks (stocks under US$5) is arguably the most profitable type of stock market investing there is. Gains of 30%, 50%, 100% in just a day or two are considered ‘normal’. Gains of 1000%, 5000%, even 30,000% happen every now and then, all you have to do is be there at the right time. Preparation meets opportunity, isn’t that the recipe for success?

Yes, before you start jumping up and down, there is one small (or should I say very large) caveat to the previous paragraph. Microcap (or penny) stocks can dump just as quickly, leaving the unsuspecting trader holding only short change in just a matter of hours.

It’s pretty common knowledge that some 90% of traders in the stock market lose, and penny stock traders are no different. Except of course when penny stock traders lose it usually means they lose a large chunk of their trading capital, even when they do use stops.

Regardless of the risks, the lure of instant overnight riches keeps penny stock traders queuing up for more, looking for an advantage, somewhere. This is where the newsletter alert services come in to the picture. If they are good they can give the individual trader the advantage they are looking for.

Interestingly the reason some of these newsletters do work is because they are a type of ‘self fulfilling prophecy’. This is especially true with the bigger ones, ie. the ones with the most number of subscribers.

Here’s how it works.

Matt Morris does his research work and decides on a target stock. He takes a position in the stock and then sends out an alert email to his subscribers. They all quickly take a position as well and guess what, the price rises accordingly.

Whether the stock does what Matt Morris thinks it will do when he originally did his research becomes almost irrelevant at this point. Remember these are penny stocks, and it doesn’t take a lot of orders to have a significant impact on the stock price. Rises of 20% or more are common. When the time is right he exits his position and emails his subscribers to do the same. With the volume of sales which then ensue, the stock drops back down to what it was before, or lower.

The biggest gains come if the stock does what Morris thought it would do in the first place, and this is often triggered by the sharp rise in stock price when he and his subscribers jumped on board.

It’s obvious to see that the more subscribers the alert newsletters have the more impact they will have on the stock price when the alert goes out.

Now of course this process is not without its dangers.

In some cases the owner of the alert services are paid to ‘pump and dump’ the stock. What this means is when they issue the buy alert to their subscribers an equal if not greater number of shares are sold to them by those few trying to dump a large number of shares. The result is the price goes no where despite the number of subscribers taking a position. Then, when the subscribers bail the price drops through the floor and anyone left holding a position get burned.

Fortunately for us honest people just trying to make an honest living, this type of ‘pump and dump’ activity is illegal, and are quickly shut down before any more damage is done to peoples’ hard earned money.

Microcap Millionaires has been going for years so we can safely assume it is not an illegal pump and dump operation. Indeed Matt Morris states categorically on his sales page that he has “NEVER been paid or compensated in any way to promote a stock” although it’s safe to say he would say that.

Assuming the fact that Microcap Millionaires is not a pump and dump operation, we need to take a look at some of the results of following his alerts. The results have indeed been impressive:

Stock/Ticker Buy Price Sell Price Profit/Loss
PGI ENERGY INC COM/PGIE 0.022 0.035 58%
HELIX WIND CORP/HLXW 0.0018 0.0016 -11%

These are results from a few random picks. Some we put money in, some we did not. Many lost, many were flat, but by far the overwhelming majority went the way the Microcap Millionaire alert service said they would. By the way, I am sure there is no need to say it, but our results may not be indicative of the results you will get. Much depends on how quickly you can get in and get out.

Admittedly some flatline for a day or so before you see any activity but many more do not, and the sooner you can secure your position after Matt has the better, and likewise the sooner you exit after Matt has the better still.

The ones with the best hope of succeeding along with Matt are the ones who are at their computer at the time the alert comes in and are able to make the trade (or call their broker) the quickest.

But in answer to the question “Does Microcap Millionaires work?”, the answer is yes, it does, and you can improve your chances with it if you are quick off the mark.

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Is Microcap Millionaires A Scam?

Pump and Dump schemes are a scam. This is when a ‘stock picker’ is paid to broadcast everywhere and anywhere he or she can (including to email lists) that a stock is about skyrocket. In actual fact there is one (or more) shareholder holding a lot of shares wanting to exit without causing the price to fall.

As the volume of buyers shoots up (from the ‘pump’) the unscrupulous seller matches that volume with sales. Some even allow it to rise a little to add credibility to the pump. Once they’ve offloaded their holdings and no evidence emerges of any good news the buyers bail as quickly as they can leaving the straddlers holding the worst of the losses. Sound familiar?

Microcap Millionaires is of course not one of these. There are a number of reasons why we can confidently say that.

For a start it has been going since early 2008. Scams such as pump and dump schemes do not last that long.

Secondly Microcap Millionaires uses a third party payment company Clickbank Inc to handle their payment gateway. Clickbank Inc is a US registered company based in Boise Idaho, and is the largest online payment and distribution company of digital products of its kind. Clickbank has a solid reputation and it guards that reputation vehemently.

Whilst clickbank Inc are not responsible to check for quality, part of their obligations is to ensure products sold through them are not illegal in any way. Any hint of suspicious activity on behalf of the vendor would lead to their account being shut down immediately. The last thing an honest vendor would want is to be cut off from this lucrative marketplace.

The fact that Microcap Millionaires has been using Clickbank for so long without problems lends confidence to it not being a scam.

Thirdly Microcap Millionaires comes with a 60 day 100% money back guarantee. The guarantee is underwritten by Clickbank so the buyer can be assured their money will be returned, provided they request it within the 60 day guarantee period.

How it works is this. Clickbank take the money for the purchase and pass that on to the vendor less fess and other outgoings and a short ‘cooling off’ period. If the buyer puts in for a refund (even after the cooling off period) Clickbank themselves will return the money to you and then claim that back from the vendor from income from future purchases.

You can learn more about Clickbank Inc.’s refund policy if you wish by clicking on the image below:

Clickbank make it easy and straightforward to claim a refund by placing a link to the refund page in the email sent to you as confirmation of purchase. All you have to do it click on the email and you get your money back sometimes within hours. You don’t even need to give a reason if you don’t want to.

Fourthly one of the best ways to tell if a product is a scam or not is to check the sales and refund figures. Fortunately for us Microcap Millionaires is sold on Clickbank, as Clickbank does show some of the statistics.

We can tell for example that the average user stays with the subscription for several months. This is an excellent retention rate compared to other competing products. Some obviously stay much longer. Those who leave quicker than this may not have followed the leads properly, jumped in too late or held on too long, or indeed just been unlucky.

The predictions are not by any means 100% accurate, and if a new subscriber joins during a bad run they’ll leave thinking the whole thing is a scam.

If you decide you do want to give it a try then you need to give it a chance. To try it for one or two picks, make a loss then brand it a scam is not being fair to yourself or the product.

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Microcap Millionaires Review

Microcap Millionaires has held its place as one of the most popular and well known of the stock picking newsletter email alert services since its inception at the beginning of 2008. It wouldn’t be there if there wasn’t something to it.

But whether it works or not, or whether it’s a scam or not (I believe we have proven it is not) are less relevant than to the question “Will it work for me?”. It obviously works for the majority but more importantly it doesn’t work for all, so it may not work for you.

If we examine why it doesn’t work for everyone then we should ask what it is which differentiates those who lose money with it.

Is it something they did? Did they not give it enough trades to pan out? Did they get in too late or did they get greedy and hold on to a gain for too long?

If you think you are the type of person who would do that then I would not recommend Microcap Millionaires to you. Too many lose their shirts when they follow the crowd and that is not what you need to do to win.

Also, as we mentioned earlier, trading microcaps/penny stocks probably has the greatest risk/reward ratio of all types of trading. If you think you’ll stay up at night worrying about it every time you have taken a position then Microcap Millionaire will not be for you either.

Furthermore, we have also shown that those who profit from any kind of alert newsletter are usually the ones who are quick fingered and in a position to enter and exit trades without much time delay.

If you do not lead that kind of life then Microcap Millionaires may not be for you. You will still make profitable trades, but you will be more exposed for longer than others and this could work for or against you in any trade you make.

There are a lot of reasons why a service like Microcap Millionaires would not work for you, we have just listed a few. If you think that none of those applies to you, or you think the financial benefits would be worth changing your routine for, then we recommend you give Microcap Millionaires a try, for two or three months at least.

Considering there’s a 60 money back guarantee, if you are skeptical and don’t want to risk any money then order the product and do 30 days of ‘dummy runs’. In other words go through the whole process without actually making any real money trades. If you make a loss then put in for your money back.

If you like the result try 30 days of real money trades using only small amounts. If you haven’t at least made the cost of the first month’s subscription then put in for a refund. If you have exceeded your 60 days then simply cancel your subscription. Clickbank will ensure you are not billed again. $47 is not a lot to lose for such a valuable lesson.

The only way you’ll know for sure if it works for you is to give it a try. At the very least you’ll know an awful lot about trading microcaps than you did before you tried it, and if you play it smart it won’t cost you any money either.

If you’ve traded penny stocks and microcaps in the past and lost more than $47, then you owe it to yourself to try Microcap Millionaires before you make your next order with your broker.

May we wish you the best of luck with your trading. We hope our Microcap Millionaires review will help you make an informed decision.

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