Current Market Update

From Cabot Top Ten Trader Our intermediate-term trend model has yet to turn positive—it’s relatively close, we’d probably need to see the Nasdaq lift a couple of percentage points from here for it to happen. There are also a couple of yellow flags we’re an...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1421

Pieces are in Place We’re about five weeks into this market correction, and it’s been a pretty nasty one when looking at the major indexes—from high to low, the S&P 500 has fallen as much as 7.6% and the Nasdaq by 10.8%, with small- mid-cap...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1420

Time Likely Needed In The Perfect Speculator (written by Brad Koteshwar), fictional trader Boyd Hunt said, “Everything in the market takes time. Learning takes time. Making gains takes time. Even losing big takes time because the market will occasionally offer small crumbs to remove (We...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1419

Tariff Grenade In last week’s update, we wrote, “We are seeing some short-term things to keep an eye on … earnings season has [shown] plenty of poor reactions and few solid gaps higher … sentiment has turned complacent … upside momentum has been waning and...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1418

Growth Stocks Perking Up Back in our younger days when we were first learning the market’s inner workings, we viewed the stock market as relatively uniform, even on a short-term basis. Obviously, there were times when divergences popped up (usually near market tops), but the...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1417

The Perfect Isn’t the Enemy of the Good One reason the market is such an interesting place is that there are always differing opinions even among the smartest and most thorough investors. The late Martin Zweig once said that, if you had 100 market it...
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Cabot Growth Investor 1416

Short Term Remains Murky Last week on this page we wrote that, while the longer-term outlook remained positive, we were starting to pick up on some cracks in the foundation—the broad market had stopped going up in late February and, despite a push to highs...
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