The Fiscal Cliff and a Bull Market

How to Invest Best in a Wild Stock Market

The best indication that a company is prospering is its history of dividend payments. Sales provide more than a hint of how a company is doing, but sales alone do not prove that a company is profitable now or that it will become profitable in the future.

5 Investing Mistakes Beginners Make in Bear Markets


The past week brought a small flood of questions from readers asking how to handle the market’s recent drop.

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The Comfort of Common Goals


The practice of senior corporate executives getting part of their compensation in company stock has been around for a long time.

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Stocks You Want to Own in this Market


Weeks like this in the stock market tend to make us want to throw up our hands and head for the safety of cash.

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Cabot Weekly Review

Overview of the Market | Cabot Weekly Review

In this week’s Stock Market Video, Mike Cintolo splits his discussion into two areas—the short-term view (Mike thinks we could bounce for a while), and the intermediate-term view (where Mike says the trend remains firmly down). He also dives into a couple of scenarios for the market in the weeks ahead.

Stock Picks


Medivation’s blockbuster anti-prostate cancer drug Xtandi is about to take the company’s revenue outlook to the next level.


DuPont pays an annual dividend of 2.6%, and that dividend is very safe.

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Which Cabot Advisory is Right for You?

Analysts’ Center — Selected Insights from Cabot’s Premium Advisories

We expected a bounce … but we are surprised by how strong it’s been, with the major indexes quickly recovering about 60% of their September/October decline in just four days!»

Volatility in the stock market remains extreme, which is quite normal when the market decides to change direction, such as from rising to declining. My value system avoids market timing ...»

The Chicago Board of Options Exchange Volatility Index (VIX) closed the week at 21.99, having traded above 30 on Wednesday—the highest levels in this “fear index” since 2011.»

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