Current Market Update

From Cabot Top Ten Trader It’s been a relatively choppy week, with Monday seeing many major indexes briefly sinking to new lows before reversing higher, a modest bounce mid-week, and this morning looking like another sharp drop. Following the open, it appears the S&P 500 be...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1408

Sellers Still Lurking The first three and a half weeks of October were brutal, with the S&P 500 (down 11%) and Nasdaq (down 14%) cascading significantly, turning both our Cabot Tides and Cabot Trend Lines bearish as we raised a boatload of cash. But those...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1407

Over the Falls During the past few weeks, we’ve seen huge up days, crushing down days, dramatic reversals (like today’s), big earnings gaps (up and down) and a slew of big-font headlines ranging from U.S.-China trade rumors, views from Fed members concerning rate hikes, resignations...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1406

Positive Action, but Need to See More After a hellacious October that saw many indexes, sectors and stocks crash over a three-week period, the past week and half has been a welcome relief. With today’s solid post-election rally, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq have about...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1405

Trends are Down Until Proven Otherwise When volatility picks up in the market, often after a sharp decline, investors are bombarded with predictions, many of them dramatically bullish (this is the buying opportunity of the century!) or bearish (another global financial crisis has begun!), in...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1404

Downpours September was definitely a month of yellow flags—we saw lots of rotation out of growth stocks, two severe bouts of selling in leaders, and lots of sloppy, volatile action, which often signifies distribution after a long run. As we wrote in our last there...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1403

Gusts of Wind, but No Rain Yet At the end of August, there were a lot of growth stocks (and growth-oriented indexes) extended to the upside, some near-term sentiment measures were a bit giddy and we were heading into September, a month that frequently its...
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