Cabot Stock of the Week 274

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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Cabot Small Cap Confidential 246

THE BIG IDEA In its 2017 infrastructure report card the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gave America’s infrastructure a grade of “D+”. America received the same grade in 2013. That was an improvement over 2009 (and 2005) when we received a “D”. Suffice to say, room...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 266

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 265

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 264

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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Cabot Small Cap Confidential 244

THE BIG IDEA I have vague memories of the Electrolux vacuum salesman coming to our house to sell his wares. Over the last 40 or so years, the basic idea of enticing people to take advantage of a “deal” hasn’t changed much. But the and...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 263

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 262

Short-term, the market remains under pressure, buffeted by the selling of investors scared by the prospects of an extended tariff war, but long-term, the trend remains up, so we still see the current weakness as a normal correction.
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