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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. 

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Michael Cintolo

Chief Analyst

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J. Royden Ward

Chief Analyst

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Michael Cintolo

Chief Analyst

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Timothy Lutts

Chief Analyst

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Paul Goodwin

Chief Analyst

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Jacob Mintz

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Tyler Laundon

Chief Analyst

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Chloe Lutts

Chief Analyst

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Jacob Mintz

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Nancy Zambell


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Nancy Zambell


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Analysts' Center

From a top-down perspective, the market has performed impressively this week. Under the market’s hood, however, the situation is anything but clear.

more from Michael Cintolo »

My view of small caps right now is still moderately positive. I’m not pounding the table to buy everything out there, but pick your spots and your stocks carefully and you should do just fine.

more from Tyler Laundon »

Select blue-chip stocks are selling at the lowest levels in many years, with low P/Es and high yields. At the current prices, you should not pass them up.

more from J. Royden Ward »

In effect, GDP growth is the most valuable commodity in the world right now, and most countries are working to make it happen. And the preferred method for growing GDP is stimulating consumption.

more from Paul Goodwin »

On Friday, a trader bought 40,000 Exxon Mobile (XOM) November 77.5 Calls, and call buying was brisk in nearly every oil stock.

more from Jacob Mintz »

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 »

Stock Picks


The stock came public in May and, after a rally to 40 in early August, it's etched a decent-looking launching pad.

Activision Blizzard

I like any growth stock with a good combination of story, numbers and chart, but I was especially interested in this one, because I know World of Warcraft has been a huge earner in China.

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.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Is Facebook the New Apple? (And Two IPOs to Watch)

By Michael Cintolo on October 08, 2015

As my boss likes to say, “Trends often last longer than anyone expects.” That’s very true. But it’s also true that, once a trend ends, it takes a long time for investors to come to terms with it. That’s true of both major market trends—it takes months for the general public to get bullish or bearish after a big turn, for instance—but it’s also true when it comes to individual stocks.Read More >

Have Solar Stocks Bottomed?

By Timothy Lutts on October 06, 2015

Recent weeks have brought an abnormally high number of days when the Dow gained or lost 200 or more points, as the overwhelming majority of stocks joined in the trend of the day. What do I think about this volatility, and what does it mean for the future?Read More >

The Problem with Hunches

By Paul Goodwin on October 05, 2015

Many people like to make decisions based on hunches; sometimes they’re called “educated guesses” and sometimes “feminine intuition.” And there’s some experimental support for the idea that snap judgments often prove quite sound.Read More >