Cabot Explorer 744

With more than 10,000 baby boomers reaching 65 each day in America, you can bet that medical services aimed at this giant group are growth markets.
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Cabot Explorer 743

We move two stocks from buy to hold, while on the positive side, one stock has shares that are up 73% this year and another with shares that are up 58% in the last 10 days of trading
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Cabot Turnaround Letter 921

While the stock market continues to set new record highs, investors continue to bypass the energy sector. One indicator: the sector’s weight within the S&P 500 has collapsed from nearly 16% in 2009 to only 2.4% today, making it the smallest in the index.
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Cabot Marijuana Investor 821

In the two weeks since my last update, a lot has happened, fundamentally. We’ve had the Cabot Smarter Investing, Greater Profits Conference, from which I’ve excerpted a couple of tables below, and we’ve received second-quarter reports from the final seven of our recommended not...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 362

As second-quarter reports have increasingly been revealing an economy that continues to expand at faster-than-expected rates, buyers have been rewarding a wide variety of stocks, on both the value and growth side.
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Cabot Explorer 742

What has been propelling electric vehicles forward and what will power them into the mainstream across the world? It is a combination of growing political concern over climate change, the need to get air pollution under control in big cities with urban congestion, breakthroughs...
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Cabot Stock of the Week 361

As second-quarter reports have increasingly been revealing an economy that continues to expand at faster-than-expected rates, buyers have been rewarding a wide variety of stocks, on both the value and growth side.
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Cabot Stock of the Week 360

As second-quarter reports have increasingly been revealing an economy that continues to expand at faster-than-expected rates, buyers have been rewarding a wide variety of stocks, on both the value and growth side.
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Cabot Explorer 741

The paradox of clean tech is that the critical materials needed to produce cleaner electricity – such as cobalt, gallium, lithium, germanium, and rare-earth elements – are far more scarce than petroleum, suggesting that global shortages and strife over vital resources is inevitable.
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Cabot Marijuana Investor 721

Waiting for the Uptrend The father of value investing, Benjamin Graham, once noted that in the long run, the stock market functions like a weighing machine, assessing the substance of a company and reflecting its true value over time, but in the short run, resembles...
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Cabot Explorer 740

The Uber of China – DiDi, has been in the headlines and is caught up in power play over data security and defying authorities in Beijing. All this highlights that Chinese stocks listed in the U.S. should be considered speculative.
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