Keeping an Open Mind | Cabot Weekly Review

In this week’s video, Mike Cintolo, chief analyst of Cabot Growth Investor and Cabot Top Ten Trader says that the market had a rough week and he has pared back to respect the selling pressure, building up some more cash and cutting back on new buying. That said, he’s keeping an open mind. Mike also discusses a couple of scenarios for the market, but emphasizes the rash of resilient growth stocks that continue to hold up well even as the major indexes get hit. They make for a great watch list as we wait for the market to shape up.

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Michael Cintolo

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Michael Cintolo is a growth stock and market timing expert. His Cabot Growth Investor, with its legendary Model Portfolio, is recommended for all investors seeking to grow their wealth.

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  • Fran S.

    I love the advice I receive from Cabot and have beaten “saving account interest” and more. So thanks to all of you. My problem is keeping track of all the great stocks that are good prospects. I have “sticky notes” all over my office. I’m trying to have a way to keep track other than “mental stops”. Any suggestions? I’m sure I am not alone in this situation. Thanks, Fran Soiland

    • Mike C.

      Hi Fran — it’s a good question. Obviously, there’s no one way to do it, but I usually advise people try to “organize” their stocks into categories — growth, value, income, etc. You can divvy it up into 10 baskets if you want, though I’d prefer to keep it at, say, 3. And you’d be handling the stocks in each “bucket” similarly. As for actually tracking them, there are any number of free sites out there that allow you to set up portfolios and track your buy prices, etc. And again those could be organized by lumping them in to those same baskets.

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