Cabot Stock of the Week 377

The S&P 500 closed at a record high just last Friday, so by that measure, the market is strong. But away from the big well-known stocks, the market’s health remains suspect, with high-flying growth stocks in particular still struggling to get back in uptrend...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 374

Today’s recommendation comes from my own Cabot Marijuana Investor, which just last week recommended jumping back into the cannabis sector, where buyers are once again pushing stocks up after a long nine-month correction.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 373

Today’s recommendation comes from Carl Delfeld’s Cabot Explorer and this week has found one that we will all understand because it’s part of the solution to one of the year’s greatest economic challenges.
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Cabot Marijuana Investor 1021

The biggest trade show in the marijuana industry, MJBiz.com, ran last week in Las Vegas and I was there once again, to take the pulse of the industry and get a look at what’s ahead. The attendee count was 26,998, down a bit the...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 371

Long-term market trends remain positive andm after the recent strength, short-term trends are back on the positive side as well, so I’m happy (once again) to be advising that you be heavily invested in stocks that meet your investing goals.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 370

Long-term market trends remain positive, but short-term trends remain troubling. Still, growth stocks snapped back strongly last week, so it’s possible the weakness has passed and the market will become more cohesive and begin a renewed advance.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 369

Long-term market trends remain positive, but short-term trends have become troubling in recent weeks (last week we sold three stocks), so I’m now recommending scaling back on your market exposure.
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Cabot Marijuana Investor 921

Since the marijuana sector peaked in February, the Global Cannabis Stock Index has lost 50% of its value. That’s the cost of investing in hot young growth industries. But the fundamentals of the industry remain exceedingly attractive, so there’s no question that eventually, long...
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