Cabot Investing Advice

Cabot is one of the oldest and most respected independent investment advisory services in the U.S. With a long tradition of helping individual investors become better investors, today our 12 services deliver high-quality investing advice to more than 200,000 individual investors and investment professionals in 141 countries, while our paid subscribers number 25,000 in 78 countries. Since our founding in 1970, Cabot has been a primary source for the best stocks to buy, helping our readers consistently beat the market for nearly half a century. 

Cabot Growth Investor

Michael Cintolo

Chief Analyst

Trusted Investment Advice Since 1970

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Value Investor

J. Royden Ward

Chief Analyst

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Cabot Top Ten Trader

Michael Cintolo

Chief Analyst

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Timothy Lutts

Chief Analyst

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Cabot Emerging Markets

Paul Goodwin

Chief Analyst

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Cabot Options Trader

Jacob Mintz

Chief Analyst

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Cabot Small-Cap Confidential

Tyler Laundon

Chief Analyst

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Cabot Dividend Investor

Chloe Lutts

Chief Analyst

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Cabot Options Trader Pro

Jacob Mintz

Chief Analyst

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Dividend Digest

Nancy Zambell


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Investment Digest

Nancy Zambell


The Best Ideas on Wall Street

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  • Hand-Picked from Over 200 Advisories
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Analysts' Center

It’s impossible to know how much of the Shanghai’s calm, flat trading is due to government buying, but it’s a reassuring pattern that’s typical of market bottom-building processes.

more from Paul Goodwin »

If the trend turns up, we’ll take a more constructive stance (though we’ll likely advise going slow, as the longer-term trend remains an issue), and if it doesn’t turn up, we’ll simply remain hunkered down.

more from Michael Cintolo »

Concerns about the Chinese economy convinced the Fed to put off its rate hike once again, sending markets into a tailspin, and they are now retesting their August lows.

more from Chloe Lutts Jensen »

Last month we did well by buying our stock at a temporary low after the market’s August 28 mini-crash, and now, a month later, we see the market retesting the same low.

more from Timothy Lutts »

To "dig out" of holes caused by the market decline, you can sell calls, using a "laddered" call selling strategy against these stock positions to lower your cost basis.

more from Jacob Mintz »

The stock market’s dive yesterday confirms my belief (and Cabot’s trendlines) that the current stock market correction is not over.

more from J. Royden Ward »

Look to pick up stocks in which the fundamentals look good and the chart is showing a window of opportunity, or where the trend is just so darn intact that you know you’ll be kicking yourself in a year if you don’t act.

more from Tyler Laundon »

Stock Picks

Consolidated Edison

For investors who rely on regular income from their investments, high-quality dividend payers are the best vehicle for maintaining a steady income during troubled times in the market.


Dycom was recommended as the Top Pick in Cabot Top Ten Trader on September 8, and has run decisively into new high ground since then.


As a value investor, Apple shares are an irresistible bargain!

Cabot Wealth Advisory

90% of Everything Is Crap

By Paul Goodwin on October 02, 2015

Theodore Sturgeon used to go to a lot of conventions and writers’ events where he answered questions, both in panels and in conversations in the lobby. He got tired of defending science fiction against charges of low quality, so he created Sturgeon’s Law* to explain. The Law says, “Ninety percent of everything is crap.” And when you think about it, you’ll have to admit that there aren’t that many genuinely excellent entries in any category.Read More >

Is This The Buying Opportunity of the Year?

By Chloe Lutts Jensen on October 01, 2015

Investors love a bargain, and buying cheap stocks after a big haircut can be wickedly profitable. But they also know how painful it can be to be early—or late.Read More >

Apple Car Vs. Tesla

By Timothy Lutts on September 29, 2015

How will the electric utilities—and the solar energy-producing homeowners—evolve to serve this fleet of electric cars? And ultimately—when will I be able to summon an autonomous car with my smartphone, tell it to take me to my destination, and exit the vehicle upon arrival, all without dealing with a human? The answers to these questions are still unknown, which means there’s a lot of opportunity in this market, and that’s one reason the readers of my Cabot Stock of the Month are still holding onto Tesla, with profits exceeding 750%.Read More >