Last week there was no Cabot Marijuana Investor update, and I apologize to those readers who expected one and were disappointed. Officially, there is no update schedule; my goal is to give you whatever’s needed whenever it’s needed. But I’ve got into the habit of updates...
Growth – CX Software
FirstService Corporation (FSV)
Growth – Property Services
Growth – Radio/Podcast/Broadcasting
L Brands (LB)
Growth – Retail
Upstart Holdings (UPST)
Rapid Growth – AI Lending
Seeking Simplicity Through Diversification
As we move through the middle of 2021 investors continue face...
Can’t Shake the Sellers
Because most of us are long-only players (focusing our time looking at what to buy, not short), we usually think of things from the perspective of buyers. There’s nothing wrong with that, per se—a lot of my commentary and analysis focused...
After last weekend’s successful space flight of Sir Richard Branson, one would have expected Virgin Galactic (SPCE) stock to soar on Monday. Instead, it lost altitude. Sure, the announcement of a $500 million secondary offering leading to dilution was not welcome news, but part of reason...
In the Boston area, we’ve had nearly 8 inches of rain so far this month. This 0.7 inches-per-day average compares to the 0.6 inches-per-day average for a monsoon rainforest, the type found in the tropics along the equator. Sounds a lot like the mood...
Growth at a Value Price
If you’ve been a subscriber for a while, you’ve heard me say it before.
I love micro-caps because you can buy growth stocks at value prices.
In large-cap land, you can buy growth stocks for growth (expensive) prices and value stocks value...
Back in early 2000, when the Internet stock bubble was preparing for its long deflationary period, the charting service we used categorized Internet stocks into four groups: ISP/Content, E-Commerce, Software and Security/Solutions. At the time, these groups included 470 stocks.
Still Tricky, Still Challenging—but Also Still Improving
Through the first half of the year, 2021 has been about as tricky as we can remember, at least for growth stock investors. Rotation and news-driven moves have been the norm, with many leading (or formerly leading) titles...
The Big Idea
It used to be that sales and marketing teams relied on conferences, cold calls, mass mailings and in-person networking events to engage with business clients.
Then the internet arrived, and a lot of this activity moved online. That was great … for while.
Marijuana Industry Trends
In the early years of marijuana legalization in the U.S., when the main action was in Colorado and the three West Coast states, there were no major multistate operators (MSOs). Instead, hundreds of small-time businesses sprang up, and in the competitive that...