Paul Goodwin is a member of the Cabot investment team, and chief analyst of Cabot Emerging Markets Investor. He is also a news writer for Cabot’s free e-newsletter, Wall Street’s Best Daily.
Under Paul’s stewardship, the Cabot Emerging Markets Investor was ranked by Hulbert Financial Digest as one of the top-performing newsletter for the past five years every month from March 2009 through July 2011. Hulbert named Cabot Emerging Markets Investor the top-performing newsletter for two years in a row: in 2006 with a 76% gain and 2007 with a 74.1% gain. The advisory was also named Investment Letter of the Year for 2007 by Peter Brimelow of MarketWatch and Best Financial Advisory Newsletter in 2008 by the Specialized Information Publishers Foundation. The Cabot Emerging Markets Investor portfolio was a top performer again in 2013 with a 50.1% return according to Hulbert.
A researcher and writer for over 30 years, Paul brings a lifetime of inquiry to the task of figuring out whether stocks and markets are likely to go up or down. Prior to joining Cabot, Paul was a senior financial writer for Putnam Investments’ international and institutional communications, professor at the University of New Hampshire, and a Chinese linguist for the U.S. Army Security Agency.
Paul regularly delivers the Cabot weekly market update in video on the Cabot website. He has offered his outlook for emerging markets equities in numerous appearances on financial news organizations and quoted in financial publications including Bloomberg TV, CNBC, MSN Money, Dow Jones MarketWatch, WallStreetReporter.com, SeekingAlpha.com, AOL Money & Finance and Reuters.
Articles by Paul Goodwin
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In this week's video, Paul Goodwin, chief analyst of Cabot Emerging Markets Investor, talks about the November bounce that has followed the October flop of the markets. While the rally is welcome, it’s still not enough to create a decisively positive condition in markets...
Contrary to most other emerging markets - and many markets around the globe - Brazilian stocks have been on a tear of late. Here's how they've done it.
Emerging markets don't offer a ton of great buying options at the moment. But I do have a very good watch list stock for when the tide inevitably turns.
As a company, Tencent Holdings is doing everything right. Then why is Tencent Holdings stock struggling so much - and can it be salvaged?