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The Story of Cabot is the Story of America

New England is perhaps best known as the place that sparked the American Revolution but going back much further, it played a key role in shaping the economic and financial future of the new world.

You see, New England’s climate is tough, a rocky land difficult to farm.

So New Englanders naturally gravitated to maritime industries such as shipping, trade, fishing, property, and of course investing, which has always been more of an art than a science.

All this required hard work, creativity, ingenuity, and initiative. In short, they made money the old-fashioned way—they earned it.

The story of the Cabot family of New England begins in 1700 when John Cabot arrived in Salem, Massachusetts. John Cabot and his family were soon immersed and prospered as merchants and traders and investors.

Over the next several centuries, the extended Cabot family’s influence grew and grew in tandem with the industrial revolution and the march of American capitalism. The Cabot and Cabot Lodge families also became prominent not only in business and banking but also in politics, diplomacy, the arts, and philanthropy.

Several Cabots and Cabot Lodges became influential Senators and diplomats. John Moors Cabot was United States Ambassador to five nations between 1954 and 1965 and authored three books on foreign affairs.

The Cabots were equally adept at finance and investment. Paul Codman Cabot was the founder of the country’s first mutual fund and founder of State Street Investment Corporation. While he was treasurer of Harvard from 1948 to 1965, the university’s endowment shifted from just bonds to a blend with stocks and grew from $177 million to more than $1 billion.

Their wealth and stature were recognized (and mocked) by a toast by John Collins Bossidy in 1910 that is widely known even today:

And this is good old Boston
The home of the bean and the cod
Where the Lowells talk only to Cabots
And the Cabots talk only to God

Another Salem family would eventually launch a financial publishing initiative and choose the Cabot name to highlight its anchor in Salem and New England.

This was the Lutts family.

To begin, you could start with Henry Lovewell Lutts, born in Kittery, Maine, in 1849.

He was a self-employed house builder by trade, and the houses on Lutts Avenue in Kittery stand as a reminder of his work. Later in life, Henry built houses in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, typically moving into one once the roof was on and selling it when he could move into his next one.

His second son was Carlton Gardner Lutts.

Thanks to his father’s occupation, Carlton moved 26 times as a child and that encouraged self-reliance and creativity.  An inventor and entrepreneur; he started businesses making and selling jigsaw puzzles and chemically treated paper roses that forecast the weather. But those were just sidelines. Carlton was a metallurgist by trade; he worked at the Boston Naval Shipyard and had patents on methods of chain manufacture that brought in royalties.

His wife, Grace Alberta Smith of Salem, had a “money mind” from the start. She bought her first house at age 19, with her own savings, over the objections of the bankers who were unaccustomed to dealing with single young women. She and Carlton had three children. And in 1941, at Grace’s urging, they used the chain patent royalties to buy the old Cabot Farm in Salem, a 28-acre property that currently is home to roughly 30 members of the Lutts family. Grace was a lifelong investor in stocks, favoring the buy-and-hold method.

Cabot Market Letter Founder in 1970
Carlton Gardner Lutts, Jr.

Their second son, Carlton Gardner Lutts Jr., was trained as an engineer, but his love was the stock market. In 1970, driven by a desire to share his thoughts on stock selection and market timing, he began writing and publishing the Cabot Market Letter (named after the farm) on the proverbial kitchen table. As the years passed, his homespun wisdom and irrepressible passion helped hundreds of thousands of investors build big profits in great growth stocks like Fleetwood, WD-40, American Medical, and Syntex. The Cabot Market Letter, now the award-winning Cabot Growth Investor, is published to this day, bringing market insights and investment recommendations to subscribers around the world.

From the Kitchen Table to Cabot Wealth Network
Timothy Lutts

Tim Lutts

Carlton’s first son, Timothy, joined the Cabot publishing business in 1986 to contribute advice on investing in mutual funds, which were then enjoying a boom. As time went by, Timothy filled the Cabot stable with experts on value investing, international investing, options investing, dividend investing, small-cap investing, and more. He also serves as Chief Analyst for Cabot Marijuana Investor and Cabot Stock of the Week.

Carlton’s other sons also have the entrepreneurial spirit.  Second son, Robert, founded a money-management firm in 1983 and third son, Andrew, launched the Internet service company Net Atlantic in 1995.

Meanwhile, at Cabot, Carlton and Timothy worked side-by-side for 18 years, transitioning the business into the digital age while remaining focused on the goal of serving subscribers with the best independent investment advice possible.

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The Cabot Wealth Network

Cabot Wealth Network, a family business established in 1970, is a trusted independent source of advice for individuals striving to take control of their investments and find the best stocks.

Our 17 investment advisory services, Prime memberships and clubs, and our annual investment summit deliver high-quality advice to more than 200,000 individual investors and investment professionals in 141 countries.

Cabot is headquartered in historic Salem, Massachusetts, in a converted public library building constructed in 1934. Like our building, which has stood the test of time while adapting to modern demands, we are proud of our roots, but we are dedicated to progress and growth.

Together, our 17 advisories and services have helped our members double their money 281 times since debuting in 1970. We have a proven, successful history of helping people make money.

The Cabot Results = 50 Years of Profits

Over the past 50 years, that’s exactly what our top picks across seven of our advisories have done, handing our readers …

  • 281 investments of 100% or more
  • 211 investments of 150% or more
  • 132 investments of 200% or more
  • 57 investments of 300% or more
  • 23 investments of 500% or more

That’s a total of 704 ideas that generated profits of 100% or more.

Cabot Wealth Network Team 2019

The Cabot Wealth Family 


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Each week you receive one new recommendation that is carefully chosen by Tim Lutts based on all the research, ideas, and advice from seven of Cabot’s leading analysts.

The content will be concise and clear with straight talk about why he is recommending the stock. Then from week to week, you receive brief updates on what is going on in the market and with each stock in the portfolio. Tim also tells you when to sell or buy more shares.

One of Tim’s 2020 recommendations has already made his subscribers money.

He loves the stock’s long-term potential in space exploration and travel and advised his subscribers to buy more shares just last month.

Furthermore, beyond space tourism, the company is taking dead aim at a global commercial aviation market worth $900 billion and could potentially land an enormous defense contract. Those would include a proposed hypersonic jet that could in theory travel from London to New York in an hour. Boeing last year invested $20 million in the company.

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 Recommendations Include Some International Companies—

All Stocks Trade on U.S. Stock Markets

As you can see from the above chart, the market value of American publicly traded companies represents roughly half of the value of world stock markets.

This is impressive but if you limit your investments to just American companies, you are definitely missing opportunities in international companies trading on the NYSE or Nasdaq.

While the great majority of Cabot Stock of the Week recommendations are American companies, you will also learn about international companies with outstanding prospects.

One international stock in the current portfolio was added in March.

This stock is already up 76% despite all the turbulence in markets this year. 

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One of the trickiest and potentially most lucrative of stocks that you can invest in are initial public offerings better known as IPOs.

An IPO is the first sale of stock to the public by a company or existing shareholders. IPOs are undertaken for a variety of reasons and can occur at different points in company life cycles. Since an IPO is first and foremost a financing mechanism, companies in growth phases are more likely to undertake IPOs than those in mature steady-state phases.

However, assuming willing investors, there is nothing that precludes a company at any stage in its life cycle from completing an IPO.

Evaluating IPOs centers on balancing the company’s potential for sustained superior growth with financial, management, and competitive risks.  And like any investment, one has to be careful not to overpay—so a reasonable valuation against peers and reasonable growth and profit assumptions are critical.

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Timothy Lutts

Editor, Cabot Stock of the Week
Chief Investment Analyst, Cabot Wealth Network

1) Can you tell us a bit about your process for choosing the best stock each week from the seven Cabot Wealth advisories you follow closely? Do you lean more towards value or growth?

When my father started this company in 1970, I was a teenager, and because he was a dyed-in-the-wool growth investor, growth is what I learned first and growth is what I love most—especially revolutionary growth, which we’ve found by investing in young fast-growing companies like Tesla, Intuitive Surgical, Netflix, Apple, Amazon. I love companies with the potential to change the world.

However, in the fifty years since then, I’ve learned the value of value investing as well, particularly for investors who are uncomfortable with the risks inherent in growth stocks. That’s one reason that I’ve expanded the Cabot family of services to include advisories that focus on undervalued stocks, dividend-paying stocks, emerging markets stocks and more.

Additionally, I’ve learned the value of one of the most important investing attributes of all, DIVERSIFICATION. As everyone knows, it’s foolish to put all your eggs in one basket. And that doesn’t necessarily mean one stock; it can mean one industry or one system!

So, when I choose the stocks for each Cabot Stock of the Week, I choose stocks using a variety of investing systems. All these stocks have been previously researched and recommended by the various Cabot analysts, so my work is mainly choosing and presenting each stock, and then maintaining the portfolio as the weeks roll by.

2) What is most important to you in picking stocks; the story, the numbers or the technical chart?

I will never buy a stock that’s going down, so in that sense, the chart is most important. I trust charts because I know that they reflect the sum knowledge and opinion of all the investors who have an interest in that stock. A lot of people don’t really understand that about charts, but I learned charting when I started in this business, so I know their value.

Second to me is probably the story, particularly in the case of growth stocks. I love stocks of companies with unlimited upside potential.

As for numbers, they’re critically important when investing in value stocks, and I deeply respect Cabot’s number-crunching value-oriented analysts who focus on these stocks. And on the growth side, I love companies with accelerating revenue growth and companies growing revenues at triple-digit rates.

3) How do you decide when it is time to sell a stock in the “Stock of the Week” portfolio? 

That’s a Big Question! And a critical one. The fact is, most investors don’t have a sell discipline. Buying is easy, but selling is important.

For growth stocks, cutting losses short is critical. Sometimes stocks disappoint, and when they do, it’s important to get rid of them fast. On the other hand, when growth stocks reward, it’s important to have no preconceived notions about how high they can go.

One lesson I learned long ago is trends tend to last longer and go farther than originally expected. So, when these big winners come along, I’ll sometimes suggest that readers take partial profits, but hold some for the long term

For value stocks, selling is more often a result of a stock achieving a target—at which time it’s replaced by a new undervalued stock.

But more often—and this is perhaps the coolest thing about Cabot Stock of the Week—I sell because I’ve found a new stock that’s better, and thus I “upgrade” the portfolio by selling one stock and replacing it with a better stock.

4) How many stocks are normally in the portfolio and how do you manage risk?

I’ve set a limit of 20 stocks for the Cabot Stock of the Week portfolio. I think this is more than enough stocks for most individual investors, and as I mentioned above, this limit forces me to analyze each stock every week to ensure that I only own the best.

As for managing risk, buying right is critical, and the easiest way for me to do that, once I’ve selected a stock that a Cabot analyst has recommended, is to wait until that stock is at a good entry point technically, as indicated by the chart.

Selling stocks that are trending down is the second way to reduce risk. But some people have trouble with that, because they wait. They wait for the stock to come back up, and that’s generally a mistake.

Additionally, I manage risk by being aware of the health of the general market. Everyone knows that there are bull markets and bear markets, and that it’s good to hold cash in bear markets.

At Cabot, we have a handful of proven market-timing indicators that have helped enormously over the decades, so when they’re indicating a bear market, I hold fewer stocks in Cabot Stock of the Week portfolio, and when they’re indicating a bull market, I will hold more stocks, and sometimes hold a larger percentage of strong growth stocks.

5) Could you please share with us some of the “lessons learned” over your three decades in the business that would be valuable for even a beginning investor?

Most investors own too many stocks and hold them too long. They get sentimental. They wait for stocks to rebound so they can get out even. These are all errors caused by human nature—and human nature doesn’t change. But you can learn to over-rule your human nature.

Sticking with the theme of human nature, it’s crowd psychology, overlaid on the business cycle, that creates bull markets and bear markets, and if you can stay attuned to the emotions of the crowd, you’ll be a step ahead of the average investor.

That said, the long-term trend of the market is up, and always will be, as long as mankind continues to improve the value of our assets. So, bet on the upside, not the downside. That’s where the real money is made.

Of course, there will be crashes along the way. I’ve been through plenty—and each one gets easier. So, when the next crash comes, remember first that the “big problem” that the market is worrying about WILL be resolved. That’s what humans do; they solve problems.

Then, when everyone else is worrying about the “big problem,” instead focus on the action of the stocks, and pick yourself up some bargains when stocks are on sale.

In the wake of the COVID-19 crash, for example, the Cabot Stock of the Week portfolio did very well with Zoom Video Communications (ZM), Sea Limited (SE) (the Amazon of Asia) and Marathon Petroleum (MPC). That’s a diversified slate of big winners!

Lastly, the earlier you start investing, and the earlier you start the lifelong process of learning about investing, the better your result. I’m lucky because my investing education started when I was a teenager—and it wasn’t exactly my choice!

6) You’ve seen many stock market cycles over the years—what do you think about where the market sits right now?

I’m bullish. The market bottom is recent. The “big problem” of COVID-19 and the intentional recession is still front-page news and many investors are still fearful, despite the fact that the market is hitting new highs! Additionally, our technical market-timing indicators, which I mentioned earlier, are all bullish, telling us the market will be higher in the months ahead.

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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

Powerful—Tap Into Seven Great Cabot Investment Advisories

Cabot Dividend Investor: $297
Cabot Early Opportunities: $397
Cabot Global Stocks Explorer: $397
Cabot Growth Investor: $497
Cabot Small Cap Confidential: $1,497
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