Cabot Dividend Investor 319

Profit from the Great Global Infrastructure Crisis Have you ever lost power in your house? I lost power for a week a few years ago after Hurricane Sandy. It was unbearable. My wife and son fled to my mother-in-law’s house and I stayed home mind...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 219

Cash in on the American Energy Revolution Do you ever get the feeling that the media focuses only on the bad news? Frankly, since discovering binge watching on Netflix and Amazon, I don’t even watch the news anymore. You have to look beyond the politics,...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 119

Profit from Our Great Societal Transformation Markets go up and down. It happens. There will be bull markets and bear markets. Different administrations will come into power. Change is one of the few constants in life and investing. But certain powerful and ascendant trends will regardless...
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? by Tom Hutchinson My name is Tom Hutchinson. Starting next month I will be taking over as Chief Analyst of Cabot Dividend Investor. I’m excited to share the fruits of my life’s work and passion by giving you and...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 1118

Approaching Neutral The major stock market indexes tacked on more losses last week, even though markets were only open for three-and-a-half days and trading was relatively light. The Nasdaq closed the week 4.3% lower, the Dow was down 4.4%, and the S&P 500 lost But...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 1018

Ready For Whatever Comes Next The stock market is trying to pull itself together as October ends. Following Friday’s massive selloff, bargain hunters attempted to take control Monday, but selling pressures overwhelmed the rally and all three major indexes closed lower once again. Yesterday’s had...
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Burying Gold in Your Backyard

In the long-lasting wake of 2008-2007’s credit crisis, financial collapse and resulting recession, risk aversion has become practically the national sport of U.S. investors. It’s no surprise; and investors can’t be blamed for being gun-shy. At an investing conference I attended last week, speaker...
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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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