Cabot Growth Investor 1437

Just Because It’s Unusual Doesn’t Mean It’s Wrong The year is just over two weeks old, but we’ve already been subject to the Iran attacks, a Phase 1 trade deal with China, and soon, an impeachment trial in the Senate. Accompanying those are countless pieces...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 120

A Jewel among the Wreckage This is one tough stock picking environment. It’s obscenely late in the bull market and economic recovery with the market near an all time record high. Sure, a similar situation has existed for several years. Okay, the economy is pretty...
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What is the NASDAQ Composite Index?

What is the NASDAQ Composite Index?

The NASDAQ Composite Index is a Representation of the Equities Listed on the NASDAQ Exchange The NASDAQ Composite Index began life in 1971 as an electronic price quotation system (the name comes from National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations). The NASDAQ service gradually into...
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Cabot Small Cap Confidential 248

The Big Idea If you want to find markets where purpose-built software can make life a lot easier look no further than life sciences and high tech. Both are defined by the ever-present need to develop new products, launch them into the market, appropriately manage through...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1436

Happy New Year The calendar has flipped to 2020, but nothing much has changed with the market’s evidence. On a longer-term basis, most primary indicators, such as our Cabot Trend Lines and Cabot Tides, continue to look great, and we’ve written numerous times a..
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Cabot Growth Investor 1435

The Bull Market Rolls into 2020 First and foremost, this being our last official issue of the year, I want to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. We’ll have a brief, eggnog-laden update next week, along with any bulletins needed. As...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 277

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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