Dr Singh Options

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A ridiculous charlatan wearing a turban, and claiming to have earned 25,574% investment returns in only 10 months. One of the more wild and whacky trading Guru’s that we have reviewed.

The amazing Dr. Singh of Dr. Singh Options purports to have come to the United States with only $8 dollars in his pocket. Claims to have gotten a PhD in options trading and now lives in a castle. With a horse-drawn carriage.

Claims to be in the top 1% of wealthiest people in the United States. A long and zany history of writing books about buying millions of dollars in real estate with only $101, getting rich through spirituality and prayer, getting rich through network marketing, and getting rich trading options.

Claims to have a zero-risk strategy and is friends with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Thanks for reading today’s review of Dr. Singh Options

What is Dr. Singh Options? The service is a stock option picking service from an Indian immigrant that goes by the name Dr. Harsimran Singh, PhD. The cost of the stocks options signals service is available in three pricing plans:

  • Plan A: $95 per month. Which includes a copy of a free book titled “Stock Options – Work only 30 minutes per day.” And also daily updates of suggested stock options picks.
  • Plan B: $995 per year. Which includes additional education and access to “proof” of Dr. Singh’s actual trading account statements.
  • Plan C: $1495 per year. All of the above. Plus a super-added bonus and access to biotech stocks updates.

How is the service marketed?

It appears that the Dr. Singh Options trading service uses a clever affinity-based marketing scheme. Dr. Singh apparently has deep ties within the Indian and Pakistani communities. A lot of readers might not be aware but the population of Indian-born and Pakistani-born immigrants currently residing in the United States is a little over 2.5 million. Quite a large market.

This particular population of immigrants is highly entrepreneurial and many maintain a deep affiliation with their regional religious practices. The primary religious influences are Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Muslim.

Over the years, Dr. Singh has tapped into multiple veins of this community by offering various products that appeal directly to this entrepreneurial and religious community. For instance, he published a book titled “26 Steps To Spiritual and Financial Riches” which is sort of a new age spiritual mishmash of how positive thinking can lead to millions of dollars in profits.

Dr. Singh Options Book

Use the power of prayer to earn millions!


Or perhaps investing in ‘spiritual investing’ is not your thing…then Dr. Singh has another book titled “A to Z of Foreclosures: How to acquire millions of dollars of real estate with only $101.

A to Z Foreclosures

Buy millions in real estate with only $101!


Acquiring millions of dollars of real estate with only $101 dollars? Seems like a highly dubious claim to me.

Maybe you are not into buying millions of dollars of real estate for only $101? Maybe you are looking for something a little less stressful? No problem. Dr. Singh can also teach you to become a millionaire through pyramid marketing.

Dr. Singh network marketing book

Become a millionaire by selling vitamin supplements!

Obviously, the amazing Dr. Singh has his fingers spread throughout various ventures, including getting rich through spirituality, getting rich with real estate, and getting rich with network marketing. But to keep things simple, let us continue with only the Dr. Singh Stock Options picking service.

Dr. Singh Options

Imagine you are driving home after a long day at the pencil sharpening factory. Life is boring, and so is your job. But alas! On a mighty and majestic billboard, on the side of the road! You see the following glimmer of hope…


Oh my god! What is heck is this billboard!?

You can hardly believe your good luck. Finally, you can fire your financial advisor and experience 90% WINNING STOCK TIPS. You drive home as fast as you can. You visit this amazing website and are greeted with the following video.


I don’t know about you, but I found this video to be uproariously hilarious. Whom would believe such nonsense? Anyway, for fun, TradingSchools.Org reached out to Dr. Singh at both of his websites. We wanted to see for ourselves the fantastic guaranteed returns that Dr. Singh was promising to investors.

You can find Dr. Singh at either WinningWinning.com or DrSinghOptions.com.

In our conversation with Dr. Singh, we asked for a detailed breakdown of returns from his supposed stock picks. We were sent a spreadsheet that contains ZERO LOSSES.

In fact, the materials that were presented to TradingSchools.Org show the following return on investment from June 17, 2016 through March 17, 2017 to be 25,574%.

To give you some perspective, this would be an average of 2,557% per month. To give you some perspective on the outrageousness of these supposed investment returns, we calculated the following:

  1. Invest $1000 with Dr. Singh Stock Options service
  2. Compound the supposed % gains over ONLY the prior 10 months
  3. Display the results

A $1k investment, after 10 months is now worth over $30 quadrillion dollars.

Wow, invest $1k and its worth over $30 quadrillion in only 10 months. Seriously Dr. Singh?

And the best part is the Dr. Singh provides a “full money back guarantee of investment returns.” How does that money back guarantee work, Dr. Singh? The money back guarantee requires that the participant must be a subscriber for at least one year. And if the trading signals ever lose money, then after an entire year of paying the monthly fee, you can request a refund.

What we really wanted to know, would anyone be stupid enough to believe this sort of nonsense? Apparently yes.

TradingSchools.Org scraped the web and discovered various complaints, which we will include several below…

Complaint A:


Complaint B:

I don’t think this guy even knows how an option works. The emails he sent me at the end of 2016, begining of 2017 have an example prediction for the coming week that he challenges you to watch for profitability. Of the three weeks he predicted, one prediction made money and two closed out in the red. Yet, in the subsequent week’s email, he claims they all were profitable. He even lists triple digit profits for the previous week’s losing trade. I guess he expected nobody to actually check, either that or his reality is somewhat skewed. The numbers don’t lie.

Complaint C:

I signed up 3 weeks ago, was only interested in the weekly recommendations given their much higher potential profitability than his monthly recommendations.  First week it went well, 2nd week I lost on a trade with the winning probability of 80-89%, and last week I lost on a trade with the probability of 90%+.  Sent him an email asking for refund, to which got a reply that he only refunds on losing MONTHLY recommendations and that he was sorry.  Good lesson for me — read refund policy carefully.  He does say that he only refunds if the monthly trades go wrong.  So, if you are into weekly’s — STAY AWAY.

Complaint D:

Beware of this service.  It will make you an automatic subscriber, continue to charge your credit card and not respond to phone calls or emails to cancel the service.  I have tried repeatedly to contact them and they will not respond to emails or phone calls.  Then, without knowing, they charged my credit card $995.00 through PayPal.  10 emails and 3 phone calls and messages since and CRICKETS.  All we were looking to do is stop the service but they don’t care about customer service anyway.  So, as a solution, we are looking for those that have been taken advantage of by this company.  We have informed them by all means of communication we could to reach out to them but they do not respond.  As a company, we demanded a return of our charges several times without a response.  We have raised a few thousand to go after them legally if we have to but they could simply answer their emails or return phone calls and return our $$ and we would walk away but they do not respond in any way.  First we will take some of the money and hire online “hit men” to discredit this fraud, then we will begin a lawsuit against them.  As a 30+ year American Express holder, they are working with me to make this right and then, according to the customer service rep, make a decision weather they are worthy of taking the America Express card.

Complaint E:

Dr. Singh’s service is a total scam – a pure waste of money.  The one thing he does that he says he will do is email a sheet of potential trades to be taken each week.

Whether those trades have any validity or real potential for profit is a whole other question.  He has this whole story about how he wants to teach new options traders

the system he used to become a millionaire himself and then publish his 2nd book about them.  He has not intention of teaching anyone anything.  His credit spread trades

each week bring such a small return that you can barely cover commisions and have, as others have already mentioned, a 10x greater risk of your money than reward.  I am a member of this service and have contacted Dr. Singh’s office for assistance or instruction and they don’t answer the phone.  Their voice mail answers and says it is full.  He says you can follow the trades in his account and did indeed give login info for monitoring purposes.  His account shows that he rarely even takes the trades himself.  Sometimes they

were placed to be filled but at entirely different prices than he had given on the order sheet he sends out.  I RECOMMEND THAT YOU STAY AS FAR AWAY FROM DR. SINGH’S


Now I don’t want to be too hard on the people that were foolish enough to get suckered into this. But people, please. If someone guarantee’s 2,500% each and every week, with no losing months, and no losing trades….and even includes a money back guarantee? Well, you know the saying “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.”

Well, that’s it for today. Thanks for reading. Don’t forget to leave a comment, and if you were unfortunate enough to be sucked into this obvious scam, I would love to read about your experience below.

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Steve Bosses
Steve Bosses

BE VERY CAREFUL WHEN THINKING OF SIGNING UP. I thought I was signing up for a one moth trial but they treated it as a one year subscription ($995). When I protested and asked for a refund (well within the one month period for which I thought I was signing up) they came up with several bogus excuses. When I demonstrated that those excuses were baseless, they still continued to refuse.

Stray Dog

Sorry to read about the fraud committed against you Steve. I assume that you signed up before reading this review. If anyone gave Dr. Singh any money after reading this review I would be baffled by that.


Awesome review and great detective work!


As always these reviews are written well and they are hilarious as hell! Poor schmucks… Great job!


These dreamsellers have an easy job, in that they do not feel “too bad” stealing $500 to $1000 from naive folks and then saying “sorry”. In their mindset they are not murdering anybody or burning their house down………….just stealing $1K to teach “naive” guys, a small lesson in life matters. Such thieves actually sleep quite well without any guilt.


Yet another sleeze machine…..
Amazing .
Agree with the follow up reviews as well.
All of these clowns just rebrand themselves after a few years just as a business practice.
They all know after about 3-4 years the complaints pile up too high to stay hidden, so its easier to start over .


With the greatest respect Emmett (as a long time reader of your reviews), any chance of less of these random chancers and more of the follow up reviews you have long promised on the likes of Simon Jousef and Mortgage Bob. After all the grief they’ve caused, the promised follow ups are even more important. From a loyal reader


seconded. and archit-talltale Ross Cameron and his gray-hoodie trifecta too.

Nobody Special
Nobody Special

He should be murdered; simple as.

Rob B

Our Incompetent Regulators will not even fine them more less thrown any of them in jail, more less execute them.

I guess it is OK to rip off would be Day Traders.

Mike M
Rob.. It is nice to see you are holding the down the fort. I don’t know how you have the energy to debate mindless shills. I find it hilarious that you let them back themselves into a corner of total and utter nonsense. With the proliferation of TR’s and the potential financial damage they can create to the retail investor, one would think the regulators would be all over them. The mandate of the financial regulators is to protect the retail investor. The real threat today to the retail investor seems to have shifted to online education and online trading… Read more »
Rob B

I just hate people who just go around scamming folks. At this point is really not much effort on my part as the shills just post the same nonsense over and over again, so I can just quickly cut and paste my standard response to their nonsense.

Mike M

I’m glad you take the time to let the shills dig a whole that they can not get out of. You don’t let a nonsense argument waver from your convictions. In the long term, your stoicism will help more than a few. For now that’s a start.

Mike M

I can’t seem to identify with the motivation to bilk the uninformed individual out of their savings. The TR operator does this being disguised as a financial prophet. I personally find these sites and their shills repugnant trash with zero worth to society. The internet seems to be breeding younger and younger con men every year. I do believe that karma will catch up to every single one of these pathetic individuals and they will in some way have to pay for every dollar they scammed.

Rob B
Mike M, I am going to replay with something you would never in a million years expect to hear from me. Call it my devil advocate reply. I have not only taken courses from the big time scammers, but have taken lessons from what I will call the “little scammers”. Some just being fellow traders I met from BM. One of the reasons I post here is to inform scammers that they are scammers. Let me explain. I have taken course from the little scammers and I think many of them do not think they are scammers and some I… Read more »
Mike M
Rob, Unfortunately I also was lured in by the fantasy. I still for the life of me can not understand why I let unrealistic expectations drive my motivations for too long. I like to consider myself somewhat educated with the inner workings of our capital markets, but I let someone that never traded train me. This man was only good at marketing his technical analysis plain vanilla strategy for too much money and convincing newbies that it worked. That is where the little scammers come in. Most probably believe that the system works and in due time they will learn… Read more »
Rob B
I believe the regulators are responsible for allowing these scammers to get away with this. And the reason I say this is they give a false sense of regulations when there are none. I think a lot of people think the TR can not just be making up Trading Results because the regulators will go after them. There is a false sense the industry is heavily regulated and safe to some extent. IMHO the regulators either need to regulate and take it seriously or get the hell out!! If they are going to get out, just pass 1 simple regulation… Read more »
Mike M

Honestly, I couldn’t have said it better myself. If someone has a better idea, I certainly haven’t heard it yet. People do believe that TR’s wouldn’t possibly dare to post fake results. Also, IMO most people believe that there are some regulations monitoring them. Something has to be done because twitter is breading pimply faced furus driving rented Ferrari’s everyday.


Sad that this shamster is taking advantage of those of his own culture who have little education and are mostly uninformed about the modern financial and fraudulent world. I had an indian neighbor at one point who tried to get me into the mlm scam he was sucked into after he had recently moved to the U.S.


According to the faulty logic you just used in the Heiken-Ashi comments section, you should be telling people to stop blaming Dr. Singh. Your assumption that Pakistani and Indian American immigrants are uneducated is racist. Dr. Brooks deserves equal or more condemnation as Dr. Singh, considering the fact that he has used his educational, career, and personal accomplishments to strengthen his for-profit misinformation business on a complex and evolving subject like 5-minute timeframe financial market behavior, which even Dr. Brooks knows little about.


Hey Pete – Don’t let the Doctor’s shills silence you. Their agenda to silence you is transparent and disturbing. Keep up the good fight.

Stray Dog

I’m just going to jump in here and suggest that we all ignore the person who posts about Al B and has a hard on for dtchurn. No amount of reasoning has worked in the past so there’s no reason to think it will now. I will endeavor to make this my last response to any future posts by this person.


I’ll jump in here and say YOU are the one who should be ignored. You add NOTHING to this blog, other than your shill activity.

Stray Dog

Sorry dtchump, I’d forgotten about you but rest assured that I’ll add you and all you alter egos, dtchurnNO, toto, Pete et al, to that list.


Too late. Surely, you must have noticed by now that I never respond to his Brooks posts anymore. 🙂