Are Commodities a Buy?

Getting to the market today—first we had the August 24 bottom, a month later we had the retest, and now we’ve got a rally that, while it’s not perfect, is certainly creating some winners. I think selective buying is okay. But what buy?...
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The Buyback Letter

The Buyback Letter is intended for experienced investors who understand the risks, costs, consequences and mechanics of investing. The Buyback Letter carefully analyzes each buyback stock and each buyback company, separating rhetoric from reality. The editor pores over announcements, scrutinizes quarterly and annual and...
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The Green Investor

The Green Investor is a monthly, online newsletter that guides people toward investing in companies leading the way to a green economy. Published since 2002, this trusted source helps individuals and analysts identify and invest in companies large and small, across the full of...
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Inequality, Part II

In last week’s column on the twin topics of The Individual vs. the State and Inequality, I mentioned that beginning in 2017, the SEC will require public companies to disclose the ratio of their CEO’s annual compensation and that of the median employee—and asked...
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Low-Priced Stocks With High Potential

The #1 request Cabot has had over the years has been to find great stocks sooner and with our publication Cabot Small-Cap Confidential, we're able to do that. Cabot Small-Cap Confidential, a limited subscription newsletter, focuses on finding undervalued and little-known small-cap companies are...
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The World Now and Then

I recently found and purchased a copy of The Boston Globe from August 9, 1974, announcing then-President Richard Nixon’s resignation. The paper contained several political cartoons that were written for exactly 34 years ago, but could have been imagined for today. They detailed weak...
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