Why Trading with Cody?
Long-time followers of Cody’s have been there for it all — buying Apple back in March 2003 at $1 (now at $187), Google on the day of its IPO at $45 per share (now at $1060), Facebook at $20 after its post-IPO crash (now at $184), bitcoin at $125 in 2013 (now at $8,200), Axogen at $4 in 2015 (now at $44), Nvidia at $30 in 2016 (now at $249), Solar Edge at $14 in 2016 (now at $66); or shorting Valeant at $168 (now at $22), A123 from $10 a share in 2010 (went to $0 as the company filed for bankruptcy) — and others.
Subscribe right now to learn how to trade and invest from a pro, whose success at running a hedge fund propelled him from Wall Street to anchoring his own TV show on Fox Business. A former technology venture capitalist, Cody’s stock picking ideas and economic outlooks have been featured on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, ABC’s 20/20, CBS Evening News, CNBC’s Kudlow & Company and SquawkBox, Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, as well as in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and many other outlets. You can cancel at anytime.
What is Trading With Cody?
- Fundamental analysis and reports on the markets, economy and individual stocks most week days.
- A listing of Cody’s latest positions in order from largest to smallest with updated Revolution Investing ratings and analysis on each position once per month.
- A Live Chat Room where Cody answers questions and engages with the Trading With Cody community almost daily.
- Trade Alerts every time Cody buys or sells a stock or option, as often as 1-5 times per week.
- A Live Weekly Q&A that Cody hosts each week in the Chat Room to bring together the community and create a running transcript of questions and answers, one time per week.
Here’s what people and the media are saying about Cody and his stock picks:
“Not only does Cody Willard have an uncanny ability to pick revolutionary tech stocks for the long haul, netting his Trading With Cody subscribers huge gains, he’s dedicated to helping us keep those gains by trimming around our core positions and steering us clear of future bear markets, just as he has in the past.” – Tenacious Trader, 2017
“Trading with Cody is a great way for the busy average person to get insights into investing ideas and the market trends early. Instead of day trading or attempting timing each move against the market, Cody aims to be in the innovative companies early or appropriately. His non-emotional approach to the market and coaching is a very reassuring contrast to the whiplash inducing changing headlines one is otherwise exposed to.” – Ben, 2017
“Aside from being a straight shooter he is a solid individual. Over the years that I have been with Cody I feel very comfortable with his understanding of what makes the Market tick. What I learned from him is patience, and more importantly that I make decisions of how much to buy and when to sell. I look forward to his commentary and over the years I have not only profited by using his service but appreciate how decent and smart he is.” – Marvin, 2017
“Cody Willard, a Wall Street wonder at 25.” – NY Daily News, 2006
“I refer you to Cody Willard and his excellent newsletter — he’s been nailing them. He’s had them all.” – Jim Cramer, legendary hedge fund manager and CNBC anchor, 2005 Read more testimonials
Some of Cody’s trading career highlights include:
Launching a tech-centric long/short equity hedge fund on October 1, 2002, just eleven days before the Nasdaq finished its two-year long 75% decline.
Closing his hedge fund on October 1, 2007 to become a national news anchor as he warned of the collapse of the major Wall Street banks and the infrastructure of the hedge fund industry just as the markets topped and subsequently crashed 60% in the next year:
Betting Donald Trump Jr that oil would see the $30s before it would see $150s as Cody hosted a nationally-televised two-hour block party on Wall Street in July 2008, as oil was at $130 on its way to $147 before falling all the way to $32 in the ensuing months. The bet? Each of their respective inheritance against each other’s. True story: