Cabot’s #1 Research Service
“Even if you never buy another Cabot product, this will be the most informative message about Cabot services that you will ever read.”
I want to let you in on a really big secret about Cabot. It’s not something that I would typically brag about … but I think it’s important for you to know.
First off, I’ve been working for Cabot for almost 8 years at this point.
And I know everyone.
From our most senior editors to our copy editors to our newest marketing coordinators—I’m on a first-name basis with all of them.
I know every product, trading service, and publication.
I’ve edited and pitched in on most of them.
I religiously read all of them.
I can give you the elevator pitch for every single thing we publish.
And I can tell you two things about Cabot.
- We have a singular focus to help our readers prosper over the long term. So even when the market is screaming about some new trend or “big idea”— we’re looking out at the long view of what’s most likely to help you profit for years to come.
- I have the easiest job at Cabot … AND the most successful service.
It seems crazy, right?
I agree. But it’s undeniable.
My job is easy … and my service is crushing it …
My job is to scan Cabot’s research services every week, and to find the single best idea.
Cabot’s team of a dozen+ analysts, researchers, MBAs and market veterans does the heavy lifting.
They read SEC filings. They pore over earnings reports and Wall Street guidance.
They put together detailed discounted cash flow reports …
They analyze charts, data, and back-test, tinker and perfect.
Each week, I look through their work, and I pick the best idea of them all.
Sometimes it’s a small-cap stock from Tyler Laundon (he graduated top of his MBA class at the University of Vermont).
Other times it’s a growth stock from Cabot’s Vice President of Investments, Mike Cintolo.
I also get to tap former Wall Street fund manager Tom Hutchinson for market-beating dividend stocks …
Or value stocks from former institutional money manager Bruce Kaser.
That’s why I have the easiest job at Cabot.
Cabot’s top analysts do all the hard work …
I just pick the best idea of the bunch.
And then I send it to my subscribers, along with market commentary and updates on previous picks.
Not a bad gig if you can get it.
And I’m not going to win any popularity contests at the office …
But on the other hand, I have Cabot’s best-performing service …
It’s not even close—as I write this, my service has an average open gain of 768%.
Over the years, that includes some incredible gains like:
- Tesla, +13,589%
- Apple, +4,330%
- Chipotle, +927%
- MasterCard, +317%
- Illumina, +605%
- Incyte Corporation, +806%
- Vipshop Holdings, +823%
- Google, +766%
- Jazz Pharmaceuticals, +1,157%
- Ctrip, +297%
- Priceline, +577%
- NetEase, +524%
- Nautilus, +109%
And look: I gladly give credit to my colleagues.
I admit it: they’re doing the hard work.
If you get to look over the shoulders of a half-dozen or so talented financial analysts, it’s pretty easy to compare and contrast …
And to see which idea is the best each week.
That’s why I’m writing you this message:
To tell you about Cabot’s best service.
But more importantly: to tell you that I’m opening enrollment for it right now to you!
Cabot’s #1 research service is open for enrollment.
My name is Chris Preston. Some people might say I have the easiest job at Cabot.
I don’t mind.
I run Cabot Stock of the Week.
If you haven’t heard of it, I’m not surprised.
There’s no secret sauce. No special “angle” or “hook.”
So ironically, even though it has the best performance of any research service published by Cabot—it just doesn’t have the kind of marketing razzle-dazzle of Cabot’s other services.
All I can say is:
It’s the best-performing research service published by Cabot.
That’s the hook.
That’s the angle.
Now, I don’t want to sell myself short.
I have more than a decade’s worth of experience in financial research.
I’ve been writing, researching, editing, and analyzing investment opportunities for most of my adult life.
The main difference between my peers here at Cabot and me?
I don’t have a specific sector, asset class, or strategy that I focus on.
That means I don’t have any problem buying oil one day and green energy stocks the next.
Or investing in a blue chip one Monday and buying a junior gold miner the next.
I’m not bogged down with one idea, or one kind of opportunity. I can pick and choose what’s working.
So it’s true …
My job as Chief Analyst of Cabot Stock of the Week is straightforward.
I take the best single idea that I find across all of Cabot’s top research services.
And I publish it along with some commentary and analysis from the original editor.
If you have heard of Stock of the Week, you might remember it being run by Tim Lutts. Tim recently retired after 36 years at Cabot and handed off the reins to me.
I am also Cabot’s Vice President of Content, a position in which I will continue.
To help kick off my new role, I’m opening enrollment to Cabot Stock of the Week right now.
What does that mean?
I’ll keep it simple—it makes my life easy.
If you enroll today as a member of Stock of the Week, here’s what you get:
Every Monday, I pull the single best stock from the following nine Cabot services:
Cabot Dividend Investor: Tom Hutchinson’s excellent income-focused stock newsletter. Tom has been running this service for over 7 years, and his experience ranges from 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.
($297 retail value)
Cabot Early Opportunities: This service is run by analyst Tyler Laundon. Tyler has spent his entire career managing, consulting and analyzing start-up and small-cap companies.
Since 2012, he has led his subscribers into 10 doubles. Between 2012 and September 2015, his small-cap recommendations generated cumulative returns of over 2,300%, including both winners and losers, and outperformed the Russell 2000 Index by an average of 28% per year.
Tyler holds a B.S. and M.B.A. from The University of Vermont, where he graduated Valedictorian.
($997 retail value)
Cabot Explorer: Run by Chief Analyst Carl Delfeld, this service is truly unique in the investment research world. Carl has no specific focus, and instead finds opportunities wherever they might be. That can mean tiny overseas companies you’ve never heard of, or a new American startup that’s creating an entirely new industry. It’s truly a service for people who want to find the fastest growing stocks in the fastest growing sectors, no matter what sector, country or market cap they might be. Carl received his Masters in Law and Diplomacy at the Tufts Fletcher School, and for just a glimpse at his eclectic experience:
- He worked for the First National Bank of Boston (now Bank of America) in London.
- He was Asia advisor to the U.S. Congressional Joint Economic Committee, the U.S. Finance Committee and the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
- He served as a member on the U.S. National Committee on Pacific Economic Cooperation and the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission
- He chaired the Asian Pension Forum
- Oh… and he wrote a book, titled, Red, White & Bold; the New American Century.
($1,997 retail value)
Cabot Growth Investor: Run by growth stock and market timing expert, Michael Cintolo. Since joining Cabot in 1999, Mike has uncovered exceptional growth stocks and helped to create new tools and rules for buying and selling stocks. Perhaps most notable was his development of the proprietary trend-following market timing system, Cabot Tides, which has helped Cabot place among the top handful of market-timing newsletters numerous times.
Mike is one of those analysts who just “gets” the market, and his track record proves it.
($497 retail value)
Cabot Top Ten Trader: This service is also edited by Mike Cintolo—and it focuses on the top ten strongest stocks in the market. He uses a variety of analytical tools to find stocks that are crushing the broad market over the past 30 days. That’s usually a good indication that they’ll continue to outperform.
That means that I not only get to pick from the other services I’ve mentioned, but in a pinch, I can just look at Mike’s Top Ten and pick the best from this service too.
And again: Mike’s track record in this service speaks for itself with average annual gains of over 100% …
($397 retail value)
Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor: Analyst Bruce Kaser edits this service dedicated to finding deep value in the market. He has more than 25 years of value investing experience in managing institutional portfolios, mutual funds and private client accounts.
He led two successful investment platform turnarounds, co-founded an investment management firm, and was principal of a $3 billion (AUM) employee-owned investment management company.
The stocks Bruce finds tend to be ignored, cheap and frequently hated.
That makes them ideal candidates for massive gains. Bruce’s secret is finding companies that just aren’t likely to get any cheaper.
($297 retail value)
Cabot SX Greentech Advisor: One of the biggest ongoing trends in finance is the greening of nearly every industry, from tech to energy to transportation. And to help you navigate the “greentech” world, Cabot hired Brendan Coffey. He’s been a green investor and analyst for nearly 20 years.
Brendan has been featured in Forbes Magazine, as well as Nasdaq.com. He wrote a paper for General Electric about their green-energy fuel cell technology.
Brendan has also been published by The Wall Street Journal and Business Week and dozens of other outlets…
Oh, and he’s a Certified Financial Technician (CTE)—meaning he’s an expert at picking entry and exit points to buy and sell stocks.
($697 retail value)
Cabot SX Gold & Metals Advisor: Analyst Clif Droke publishes this excellent service dedicated to the monetary and base metals investing. For over 20 years, he has worked as a writer, analyst and editor of several market-oriented advisory services and has written several books on technical trading in the stock market, including Channel Buster: How to Trade the Most Profitable Chart Pattern and The Stock Market Cycles.
And while mining stocks are notoriously risky and cyclical, Clif has a very Cabot-like approach. His goals?
1) Ultra-safe investments
2) Solid double-digit returns within 12 months
This service is dedicated to giving you a safe and conservative way to participate in mining and metals investing. And I get to pick the best of the best of Clif’s recommendations …
($697 retail value)
Cabot SX Cannabis Advisor: I’m excited about this service because I know the U.S. is very close to legalizing cannabis. Imagine being able to buy American breweries like Miller, Coors and Budweiser after alcohol prohibition ended.
It seems like we’re about to have that opportunity with American cannabis stocks very soon—and already this service has given readers a chance to double their money 16 times since we started publishing it—with average gains of 324% per recommendation.
($697 retail value)
Total Value = $6,573
Obviously: any one of these services could have (and has) published ideas that could hand you massive gains at any moment. And you could buy all of them … read all of their reports, issues and updates.
You could spend hours every week just keeping on top of their best ideas.
You could also spend over $6,000 to get all of this research.
Or you can let me do the work … and get the single best idea from Cabot’s analysts delivered straight to your inbox … for far less.
The way I see it, my job is easy. I just need to study the picks from some these talented analysts—experts in their fields—and cherry-pick the best ideas.
I recently published my first report since Tim Lutts handed over the reins—a new pick from Bruce Kaser’s Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor service.
Bruce has discovered an American consumer products company that has 20% market share and has grown revenues by nearly double in the 12 months previous.
The stock hasn’t caught up yet. This is a blue-chip stock, selling for dirt cheap valuations (just 11 times trailing earnings) that’s growing revenues faster than many micro-caps …
I’ve put together this brief report, and I’d like to send it your way as soon as you enroll as a member of Stock of the Week.
This company has already started to climb … up 25% as of this writing.
And with Bruce’s analysis behind me, I’m confident you’ll be very pleased if you own this company for the foreseeable future. No matter what’s going on in the market …
I only ask that you click here to enroll today.
When you enroll, you won’t pay anything close to $6,000 to access Cabot Stock of the Week.
You won’t pay half that …
Or even one-third …
Which I think would be an incredible deal.
It would save you tons of time … and effort … to get all of Cabot’s best research.
But not today.
Today, through this special open enrollment offer, you’ll only pay $1,497.
When you do, you’ll harness the experience, insights, and stock picks from nine of Cabot’s top advisories.
I’ll reduce the ideas of our expert analysts down to the basics.
And you simply get One Great Idea a Week.
• Only Ten Minutes of reading each week
• Concise recommendation and follow up
• Diverse portfolio and risk management
• Clear instructions on when to buy more or sell
• Picks from Nine Great Cabot Investment Advisories:
• Cabot Dividend Investor: $297
• Cabot Early Opportunities: $997
• Cabot Explorer: $1,997
• Cabot Growth Investor: $497
• Cabot SX Cannabis Advisor: $697
• Cabot SX Greentech Advisor: $697
• Cabot SX Gold and Metals Advisor: $697
• Cabot Top Ten Trader:$397
• Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor: $297
Total Value = $6,573
Tap Into the Above with Cabot Stock of the Week for only $1,497 for and entire year!
Yours for Successful Investing,
Chief Analyst Cabot Stock of the Week
P.S. Don’t wait. This market might seem challenging, but from my perspective reading some of Cabot’s best analysts every week, I know there’s always an opportunity. Whether it’s an off-the-beaten-path stock from Carl Delfeld, a small cap from Tyler Laundon, a dividend-payer from Tom Hutchinson—there’s always a stock of the week that’s worth your attention.