Cabot Market Letter Name Change

I want to let you know that after 45 years, we're changing the name of Cabot Market Letter. We've expanded to 11 advisories at Cabot, each with a different investment strategy, and we want to be very clear that Cabot Market Letter is focused on growth investing.

So Cabot Market Letter will become Cabot Growth Investor.

But the name is the only thing that will change.

There will not be any changes to the methodology, market timing, or market interpretation. Mike Cintolo, of course, will remain as the chief analyst. We have a strong investment advisory that has helped tens of thousands of investors since 1970, so we have no intention of monkeying with it.

We will, of course, continue to look for ways to improve readability, especially as more subscribers access our advice on mobile devices. But the advisory's time-tested growth investing strategy will remain the same.

And there will be one enhancement that I think you will enjoy: an annual special report on IPOs.

Look for the new name, Cabot Growth Investor, beginning April 29, 2015.


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