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The window of opportunity to buy great companies at great prices often comes during market corrections such as this.

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While this retest (if it holds) would be a good sign, it’s unlikely that a three-week bottoming process would be enough given all the damage.

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The Cabot Emerging Markets Timer, which looked last week like it might climb back on top of its moving averages, has now fallen back again.

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One quick way to find companies that don’t buy back excessive numbers of shares is to identify companies with increasing sales.

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The fact that the broad market failed to recover even half of January’s losses before losing momentum again isn’t a great sign for a recovery.

more from Chloe Lutts Jensen »

For the bears, Friday’s price action was nearly ideal, as former market leaders such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft, which had recently handily beat earnings expectations, were crushed.

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To make money in the market, you can take two basic routes: buy low and sell high, or buy high and sell higher.

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China Biologic Products

When it gets going again, this stock will have huge potential.

SolarEdge

SolarEdge is highly profitable, and analysts see sales rising 20% in 2016.

Adobe

Adobe has been making waves in the fast-growing digital media and digital marketing industries.

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The Gold Star and the Falling Knife

By Paul Goodwin on February 12, 2016

The title of this piece is “The Gold Star and the Falling Knife.” So I guess I’d better pay that off. The Gold Star is a reference to the energetic rebound in the price of gold that’s been lifting mining stocks for the past couple of weeks. This is mostly a defensive move by investors who are looking some something that will hold value in a chaotic market environment. And after a nearly four-year pullback in gold prices, even those who aren’t fans of precious metals (like me) are getting a little gold gleam in their eyes. Read More >

The Growth Stock Diet

By Paul Goodwin on February 11, 2016

While there isn’t any substitute for the diet and exercise you promised yourself you’d do six weeks ago, there’s a stock diet that will allow you to make huge progress in your equity portfolio. It’s called the SNaC Diet, and it’s the best way to get your portfolio in shape, even if you can’t seem to make progress in the campaign against your love handles. SNaC stands for Story, Numbers and Chart, and it’s the method I use to pick growth stocks for the Cabot Emerging Markets Investor.Read More >

Five Steps of a Market Bottom: Where are We?

By Michael Cintolo on February 09, 2016

In my January 28 Cabot Wealth Advisory, I wrote about the five key characteristics to look for as the market builds a bottom. The market has deteriorated further since then, so I thought you’d benefit from brief updates in my upcoming Wealth Advisories (starting today) so you can see how the process is playing out until the bulls re-take control of the market.Read More >