"Yes, this letter is a good place to find stocks lying low in the doghouse which will come out to play and to scurry to new heights on a sunnier day."
-William D., Subscriber
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-Richard S., Subscriber
"Having only recently started subscribing to the Cabot Turnaround Letter, I'd like to offer praise and thanks for your recommendations. I have already seen a nice increase upon investing in the recommendations that you have provided. I hope to continue for many more years, God willing and good health!!! Thank you once again for your service."
-Alex E., Subscriber
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-Michael Brush, MarketWatch
"The market may be murky, but one top-performing letter is fully invested regardless—and its success is particularly striking because its predicated on the assumption that things will get better….Cabot Turnaround Letter eschews macro comments. But looking at their specific stock selections, it seems clear that they don't the world is coming to an end. And these days, that's something to be thankful for."
-Peter Brimelow, MarketWatch
"It takes a gutsy investor to buy a stock when it's down and the bad news about the company shows little sign of abating. But such bottom-fishing can be enormously profitable if you're right about the long-term prospects of an outfit for which the here-and-now crowd on Wall Street has no patience. Take the Cabot Turnaround Letter, for example. Buying out-of-favor stocks has made it one of the best-performing investment newsletters in the business, returning an annualized 21.2% for the five years ended November 30, compared with just 11.2% for the broad market, as measured by the Standard & Poor's 500 index."
-Anne Kates Smith, Kiplinger Personal Finance
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-Mark Hulbert, Market Watch
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-Steven D. Goldberg, Kiplinger Personal Finance
"When it comes to profiting from other people's problems, there's no place like Wall Street. And, in recent months, there's been no analyst like George Putnam when it comes to telling people how to do it."
-Susan Antilla, The New York Times
"Before 2014 comes to a close, take a moment to meet some Rodney Dangerfields of the stock market—because it might boost your returns in 2015. You won't see these stock newsletter writers ranting on your favorite TV show. But they merit your attention more than the talking heads. That's because a select few of them have managed to produce market-beating returns over the long run. Take the Cabot Turnaround Letter, for example."
-Michael Brush, The Fiscal Times
For almost three decades, George Putnam has been finding value at the bottom with his Turnaround Letter.-Steven Halpern, MoneyShow.com