Cabot Green Investor Launches in Response to Enormous Opportunity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 3, 2008 Outlook Bright for “Green” Investments as Global Demand Soars for Energy and Earth-Friendly Products Salem, MA—Rising energy demand, a worldwide consumer movement toward earth-friendly products and technological advances in clean energy are creating enormous opportunities for investors in Green companies. to...
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All in the Family

You may have noticed us talking about a special issue of Dick Davis Digest that will contain the top stock picks for. Today, I have an interview with the editor of the publication, Chloe Lutts.
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Announcing the Cabot Essay Contest

We recently received a very interesting proposal from a Cabot Wealth Advisory reader who suggested an essay contest with a subscription to a Cabot newsletter as the prize for the best entry. We have never done such a contest, but the reader had thought...
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Answering Readers’ Survey Questions

Two weeks ago, many of you kindly filled out a survey and, in doing so, asked several great investing questions, some of which I'm going to tackle today. I’ll touch on low-risk investment strategies for market downturns, high-yield investments, investments that will benefit the...
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The End is Near? Four Reasons For Optimism

Doomsaying is a tricky business. In the late 1970s, when commodities were king, technical analyst Bob Prechter correctly predicted the implosion of the commodity bull market and a "'super cycle'" bull market in equities. His eerily on-target prediction made him an investing superstar. he...
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Finding the Next Apple

Last week I wrote a long piece about Steve Jobs, Apple and AAPL, saying, "AAPL's best days as an investment are over. In fact, AAPL is likely to underperform the market in the years ahead." Today, the stock plunged on big volume through support,...
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Kids and the Economic Crisis

Many people in their early 20s or under were too young (or not even born yet) to remember any economic problems from the last couple of decades. They've grown up in the recent boom times and are having difficultly adjusting to a more way...
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Pieces of the Deficit Pie

On Thursday night, I saw the movie, "I.O.U.S.A.," which focuses on the national deficit. It has been hailed as "An Inconvenient Truth," without a celebrity-type lead like Al Gore, but I found it equally interesting. While it's not a "sexy" topic (as one in...
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Tired of Business as Usual

I'm concerned about the lack of progress made by our elected officials in Washington on the major issues of the day. Where are the solutions for our energy crisis, social security funding or a cost efficient health care system? We have been patiently for...
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What is a Green Stock?

Cabot Green Investor, launched in January 2008, takes Cabot's stock picking and market timing system and applies it to earth-friendly investments. As a sector, Green investments offer the most profit potential since the Internet boom of the mid-1990s, and Cabot's system ferrets out best...
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What Should You Resolve?

Rather than give the same old big advice (buy quality stocks on reasonable pullbacks, let your winners run, cut your losers short, and don't try to go against the trend of the market) I'm going to recommend three small changes that you might be...
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Adapt or Perish

Now, this would be a natural place to write about a solar power stock, but I've done enough of that in recent issues. Instead, I want to write about a nifty little Brazilian company. And here's why. In my mind, the world's stock are...
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Five Trends To Watch In 2008

The best way to make big money in growth stocks is to invest in fast-growing companies in fast-growing industries, and ride the major trends for as long as they remain up. In 2007, the biggest trend - still ongoing - was the rise solar...
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