Please don’t go around sharing these details with anyone. This information and offer is for existing TradingWithCody.com subscribers only.
Last summer, I started using Scutify.com and the Scutify iPhone app. I was immediately drawn to the Scutify platform in part because it fits in so perfectly with the Revolution Investing approach we use here at TradingWithCody.com. I soon became addicted to its ease-of-use and the way I could follow news, tweets and “Scuttles” about each stock in my portfolio all on one site and on one app. You can literally “Follow” a stock instead of just following a user on Scutify. It’s a perfect all-in-one turnkey solution for most of you TradingWithCody.com subscribers and for most traders and investors in general.
In September, my Wall Street All Stars, LLC (WSAS), which operates WallStreetAllStars.com as its primary business, acquired Scutify and all its assets. Kheang Ly, who founded and built Scutify, is now co-CEO of WSAS and owns about 1/3 of WSAS. I’ve got about 40% of the company and prior angel investors have the remainder.
Let me be clear here at the outset that Wall Street All Stars, LLC and Scutify are not affiliated with TradingWithCody.com in anyway, which is operated under its own LLC. TradingWithCody.com and its assets, affiliates, businesses are not a part of this offer in any way, shape or form on this planet or any other at any time ever until the end of all mankind or the end of the universe, whichever comes last.
When WSAS acquired Scutify, Scutify had about 100 registered members and 300 downloads of the Scutify iPhone app.
Scutify now has more than 10,000 registered members and more than 30,000 active users of the Scutify iPhone app, not to mention the 5000 active users of the newly released Scutify Android app. Nearly 200,000 unique visitors have visited the site nearly half a million times and have viewed 1.5 million pages since the acquisition was closed in September 2013.
Scutify.com is already top 50,000-ranked site in the US according to Alexa and other traffic trackers. The iPhone app peaked at #9 in the US iPhone App store Finance Category and has consistently been in the top 100 since we started marketing it in late September. People are even putting out requests for developers to help them build on the Scutify platform now.
Scutify’s parent company, WSAS is about to do an offering of up to 250,000 non-voting shares at $3 each, to raise some capital to pay for new apps and staff and other general purposes. With the 3,050,000 shares already outstanding, if we were to sell all the 250,000 shares at $3 each, that’d give the company just under a $10,000,000 valuation (3.3 million shares x $3 each = $9.9 million). Which, frankly, you can even find some comps for out there – “In the 14 months since the company debuted the app, called StockTouch, 96,000 people have installed it on their iPads or iPhones. Now Visible Market, which has raised $800,000 in seed funding, is going after a larger and more lucrative market opportunity”
In addition to giving each of my TWC subscribers the rights to 10 shares of Scutify/WSAS,LLC upon a liquidity event with this email, I’m going to offer up to 100,000 of this 250,000 non-voting share raise to TradingWithCody subscribers. You don’t have to invest in this offering in any way to get your rights to ten shares — just keep this email until the company goes public or sells itself. You’re getting the rights just for being an existing subscriber to TradingWithCody at this very moment.
Cutting to the chase, with this email, you have the right to ten (10) shares of Scutify’s parent company upon any liquidity event for the company. If we sell it or go public, send this email to email@example.com to receive your ten (10) shares of Wall Street All Stars, LLC. This includes each and all of my friends and the complimentary military subscribers of TradingWithCody.com.
And, if you’d like to put a tiny fraction of 1% of your stock portfolio into this offering at $3 per share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about investing in the offering of 250,000 shares at $3 each.
Thanks and, as always, rock on.
Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Wall Street All-Stars, LLC