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
This is an unusual environment to say the least. The market is looking ahead to the highest GDP growth in decades as vaccines end the lockdowns and restrictions. And forecasts continue to rise. At the same time, trillions in government stimulus will flood the...
Interest rates may be rising fast, but they're still historically low. The best high-yield stocks are far better investments. Here are two.
Cyclical stocks have come to life as market rotation is in full swing. And I like financial sector stocks best - these two in particular.
Financial Stocks Have the Right Stuff in a Shifting Market
Cyclical stocks are hot and technology stocks are not. Wait a minute. Cyclical stocks are moving lower and technology is roaring back. That’s been the story over the past month.
Of course, energy stocks are for...
A $1.9 trillion stimulus package is about to be unleashed on a recovering U.S. economy. Which stocks will benefit most from it?