Current Market Update

From Cabot Top Ten Trader The market’s had another rotational week—the big-cap indexes have done OK (S&P 500 and Nasdaq up around 1%), small-cap indexes have done even better (up nearly 2%), but growth stocks have suffered another round of heavy selling, with many to...
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Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor 1019

Throwing Darts at the Ticker Tape and Other Investment Strategies October is a significant time for me, because that’s when I begin embracing companies that didn’t previously have strong enough numbers to join these portfolios, but now have excellent prognoses for the coming year. (This only...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 919

Profit from the American Energy Export Boom One of the constants in life is change. The winds of change seem to swoop in and disrupt things we mistakenly consider permanent. Understanding exactly when and where such events occur is crucial to successful investing. One such change...
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Wall Street’s Best Dividend Stocks 324

Market Views One Stock at a Time The major indexes are tilted to the upside to start the week. However, under the surface, we’re continuing to see increasing selling pressure on most growth stocks, including a bunch of names from leading areas like software and While...
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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 Undervalued Stocks Advisor 919

A New Format for Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor is taking on a new format. I enjoyed writing about the pertinent news on affected companies in recent weeks, without updating minor news and numbers for the rest of the portfolio companies. going...
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Cabot Dividend Investor 819

Defense is the Best Offer Here we are in the tenth year of an economic recovery and bull market. All recoveries end in recession and all bull markets end in bear markets. Both have already well exceeded the average historical life spans. In fact, is...
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