Cabot Stock of the Month Reviews

"Tim, Thank you for finding Tesla stock when it was relatively unknown—that’s what allowed me to buy my Model X.”—R. Kieft, Anchorage, Alaska

"Tim, I am writing to say thank you! You brought my attention to Middleby last July. At that time, I bought in at the share price of 73.59. I sold my shares on Thursday May 14 at 109.72 the recommend minimum sell price that Roy had set. I realized a return of 49% on my money in 9.5 months! I appreciate all the work you and the team does at Cabot. I am thankful to have found your company." Sincerely, J. Cook, Arcadia, California

"Tim, Thank you for your advice. All 3 of your picks are great. BIIB is going to the moon. I bought SLXP this morning. Sold YY last week with some substantial gain. Cabot is the best. My great appreciation to you, Mike and Paul. "—A. S., Laguna Beach, California 

"Hi Mr. Lutts, Thanks for a winner in Stryker (SYK), like others who watch your newsletters I had purchased Stryker on Cabot’s recommendation a while back and last night it hit my sell limit at 81. Nice profit for me and it will pay for more of your newsletters! I have told several friends and hopefully they will become subscribers too. Thanks again for your advice and sharing your knowledge."—Rob Rochelle, Charlotte, North Carolina 

"I am "blown away" by the value I receive from the Cabot group. You offer even more than promised. Kindest regards,"—Sophia Z., Long Island City, New York

"I keep reading your letters with great interest and I want you to count on my respect and my support from now on. I appreciate your letter along with your recommendations. Best regards, Timothy, I look forward to keep doing business with you and your team, a great team I am sure."— A. Cloutier, Quebec, Canada 

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Stock Picks

General Motors

The top dividend stock in the auto industry is General Motors (GM), a leader in big high-margin models, both in the U.S. and in China.

Anheuser-Busch Inbev

Revenues at the company fell 7% last year, while earnings shrank 4%, but the stock is holding up surprisingly well.

Monster Beverage

Thanks to its Coca-Cola agreement, Monster Energy drinks will hit shelves in Australia and New Zealand later this month.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Emerging, Developing and Frontier Stocks

By Timothy Lutts on May 23, 2016

What is the difference between emerging markets stocks, developing markets stocks and frontier markets stocks? It depends on who you ask. There is no universally accepted definition. In general, an emerging market is one that is close to becoming a developed one—the developed ones being all of the major European countries, plus the U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.Read More >

Taking Charge of Your Retirement

By Paul Goodwin on May 20, 2016

If you don’t have a penurious Yankee working hard to save you 3% on your meal tax (and everything else you spend money on), you’d better be prepared (or preparing) to save and grow money on your own. That nest egg isn’t going to hatch itself. If this seems like too daunting a task, and you don’t know where to start, let me suggest a plan.Read More >

Amid Market Dichotomy, New Top Growth Stocks Emerging

By Michael Cintolo on May 19, 2016

My career at Cabot began back in June 1999, just before the internet bubble really revved up in October. That was a time of great divergences—the broad market struggled all the way from the mini-bear market bottom of October 1998 right through the top in March 2000. Today I see a similar dichotomy in the market—many “old” leaders are struggling while “new” growth concepts are finding support.Read More >