Tom Hutchinson is the Chief Analyst of Cabot Dividend Investor, Cabot Income Advisor and Cabot Retirement Club. He is a Wall Street veteran with extensive experience in multiple areas of investing and finance.
His range of experience includes specialized work in mortgage banking, commodity trading and in a financial advisory capacity for several of the nation’s largest investment banks.
For more than a decade Tom created and actively managed investment portfolios for private investors, corporate clients, pension plans and 401(K)s. He has a long track record of successfully building wealth and providing a high income while maintaining and growing principal.
As a financial writer, Tom’s byline has appeared in the Motley Fool, StreetAuthority, NewsMax, and more. He has written newsletters and articles for several of the nation’s largest online publications, conducted seminars and appeared on several national financial TV programs.
For the past seven years, Tom has authored a highly successful dividend and income portfolio with a stellar track record of success. At Cabot, Tom provides monthly Cabot Dividend Investor issues, regular weekly updates on every portfolio position and a weekly podcast discussing goings-on in the market.
Articles by Tom Hutchinson
The raging bull market took a breather. The S&P 500 actually pulled back 7% from the high at the peak of the recent Labor Day selloff. But that seems to be over. The market has since regained some traction and appears to be an...
Want to know who's going to win the presidential election? History says these next seven weeks of market performance will reveal the answer.
A High Growth/Low Volatility Stock for an Uncertain Market
Here we are. The cold Labor Day slap in the face has arrived.
For several weeks I have warned that investors could change their attitudes when the rubber hit the road after Labor Day. As people off...
Labor Day marks the start of a new year of sorts and a rebirth of seriousness in the collective psyche. The other side of Labor Day is a new ballgame, when investors shake off the apathy of summer and refocus with intensity.
These are the dog days of summer. It’s a rare time of year when a certain degree of slackery is not only tolerated, but expected. People tend to focus on enjoying the waning days of summer. More serious issues and considerations get postponed after...
Two Stocks for the Post-Pandemic World
It might be time to look past the pandemic. Do we dare?
I know it seems like it will never end. Who knows when there will be an effective vaccine available? It’s easy to get a sense that things stay...
This global drug company is working on a COVID-19 vaccine, and in recent news, reported that it has obtained the rights to sell lymphoma drug Tyvyt everywhere outside of China.
It has been an amazing market. The S&P 500 just made a new all time high. It has rallied a staggering 55% since the lows in less than five months. The market is forward looking and anticipates a rapidly growing economy, a friendly and...
You Can Bank on an Aging Population
What a spectacular market. The pandemic and economic crash was apparently just a temporary diversion for the stock market. The indexes are right back to nosebleed territory.
The S&P 500 is now within bad breath distance of the record...
The horrible second quarter is behind us and a rapidly recovering economy with a very accommodative Fed lies ahead. There are a lot of reasons for the rally and unless investors get scared straight the rally seems destined to continue.
Energy and financials have been the worst-performing sectors amid this pandemic. But Chevron and Bank of America are two out-of-favor stocks worth buying.
So far, earnings season hasn’t had that much of an impact on the overall market. I don’t think investors know quite what to make of this quarter. It’s bad. But everyone knows that going in.