Cabot Investors Conference

Learn how to take advantage of market cycles, how to identify and invest in major trends, and how to pick winning stocks—all while controlling your risk. Get $145 OFF the full price. Please join us!
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Cabot Investors Conference

Only five weeks left until the Cabot Investors Conference! All of Cabot's editors will be there with tips, tricks and stock recommendations that will fill you up with enough "takeaways" to change your investing life. Our special guest room discount at the historic Hotel...
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Tesla Motors vs. Toyota Motor

In the 10 days since Tesla Motors (TSLA) unveiled the prototype of its Model 3 sedan, more than 325,000 people around the globe have put down $1,000 deposits for the car. That’s more than $325 million in Tesla’s coffers, which the company gets keep...
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Cheap Stocks vs. Growth Stocks

Everyone knows what a cheap stock is. Or do they? To some people, a cheap stock is one that is low-priced, like SunEdison (SUNE), currently trading at less than a dollar per share. People who like these stocks generally don’t a..
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Oil Prices, What Next?

Today we start with a discussion of oil prices, starting with the chart published in January 2015, which shows that oil prices, after building a long plateau in the $110 per barrel range, plummeted to $50 per barrel in late 2014.
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A Valuable Lesson about Cyclical Trends

My wife and I recently returned from a long trip to Australia (where a niece married an Aussie) and New Zealand, a trip that included waypoints in Los Angeles and Tahiti. I got some great ideas for stories, the first of which I’ll with...
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Five Ways to Increase Your Profits

Long experience has taught me that the number-one thing subscribers want from Cabot is stock tips. They want the name of the next Apple (AAPL), the next Netflix (NFLX), the next Amazon (AMZN). But what I’ve discovered is that many people, even presented...
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Apple (AAPL) and Zika

The best time to buy Apple (AAPL) was in 2003 after the Internet Bubble had burst and technology stocks were treated like dirt. Of course, no one wanted AAPL back in 2003, but in the 13 years that followed, the stock soared 9,400%. The...
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In the Stock Market, the Readiness Is All

Stock Market Video In the Stock Market, the Readiness Is All This Week’s Fortune Cookie In Case You Missed It --- In this week’s stock market video, I point out that the major indexes have actually calmed down and traded sideways for more than a week. It’s a relief,...
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In the Stock Market, the Readiness Is All

Market transitions—and I’m not sure whether we’re in one now or are just getting faked out again—only cause major damage if you just sit there, either because you don’t have a plan, or you don’t have the emotional resources to take action. readiness...
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Five Widespread, but Wrong, Ideas

Way back in eighth grade, my history teacher, Max Pofcher, called me an iconoclast. And Mr. Pofcher was right. Being an iconoclast—or at least a nonconformist—has paid dividends in my life, not least by allowing me to see the stock market in ways from...
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Powerball Lottery Losers

Powerball Lottery Losers The Madness of Crowds A Good Stock to Hold --- So, some lucky people in California, Florida and Tennessee are going to split a $1.8 billion jackpot. Good for them—maybe. But maybe not. You see, by my count, there are two kinds of losers in lottery. The...
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Powerball Lottery Losers

There are two kinds of losers in the lottery. The first are those who play and don’t win. That’s the fate of the vast majority of participants in lotteries these days, and it’s not such a bad fate (unless you’re betting the rent ...
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Amazon’s Dash Button

Amazon’s Dash Button A Small Step in the Evolution of the Internet of Things? What’s the Next Amazon? --- A few days ago, I was poking around on Amazon’s website, mainly to see what features of that site Cabot could emulate when we redo our website later year,...
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Amazon’s Dash Button

A few days ago, I was poking around on Amazon’s website, mainly to see what features of that site Cabot could emulate when we redo our website later this year, when I stumbled on a bunch of Amazon Dash Buttons. I was confused. What...
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