FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Timer Digest named Cabot Market Letter a Long Term Top Market Timer
January 25, 2010 — Timer Digest named Cabot Market Letter one of their top 10 Long-Term Timers for all the time periods measured: one year, two years, three years, five years and 10 years. The announcement was made in the January 25, 2010 Timer Digest special annual report.
In making the announcement, Timer Digest made note of the importance of market timing, especially during the extraordinary market volatility of the past two years. Cabot Market Letter advised readers to be out of the market as it fell dramatically in response to events in the financial system during 2008 and early 2009, and to get back into the market soon after the March 2009 rally and through year-end.
Cabot Market Letter editor Michael Cintolo uses a proprietary trend-following system, rather than attempting to call exact market tops and bottoms. According to Cintolo, his three market-timing indicators “ensure that readers are guaranteed to catch every major market advance while avoiding every major market decline.”
The Letter’s market timing system includes Cabot Trend Lines, which determine the market’s long-term trend, Cabot Tides, which track the intermediate trend, and the Two-Second Indicator for current market conditions.
Timer Digest monitors over 100 of the nations leading market timing models, ranking the top stock, bond, and gold timers according to the performance of their recommendations over the previous 52 weeks, two years, three years, five years and 10 years.
Cabot Market Letter is also among the nine investment newsletters included in Hulbert Financial Digest’s Honor Roll 2010 for top-rated performance in both up and down markets.
About Cabot Growth Investor
Cabot Growth Investor is Cabot’s flagship publication. It was founded in 1970 as Cabot Market Letter and is suited for all investors seeking growth. It is published bi-weekly with weekly updates, and edited by Michael Cintolo. The Letter features a model diversified growth portfolio of no more than 12 stocks and proprietary market timing indicators including Cabot Trend Lines, Cabot Tides and Two-Second Indicator.