Gagliardi Named Editor of Cabot Global Energy Investor

SALEM, Massachusetts, January 3, 2012—Cabot Heritage Corp., publisher of 12 investment advisories, has announced that Louis Gagliardi will become the new editor of Cabot Global Energy Investor.

Lou Gagliardi has been an expert on the Oil & Gas Industry for over 20 years, with experience ranging from project economics at Texaco to company valuations at leading independent research and consulting firms. Lou’s core specialties run the gamut from Western multinationals and Canadian oil sands to U.S. E&Ps and National Oil Companies (NOC) in emerging markets, from upstream exploration and production to downstream refining.

Timothy Lutts, president of Cabot notes, “We’re thrilled to have Lou direct our energy advisory. His expertise in the analysis of global energy companies will bring an enormous investing advantage to our Cabot Global Energy Investor subscribers.”

In his new role, Lou will combine his bottom-up approach with an overarching energy view grounded in a risk-management-first attitude. As a result, Cabot Global Energy Investor subscribers will benefit from Lou’s expertise to manage risk while enjoying the benefits of the sector’s long-term bullish trends.

Lou has been interviewed by CNBC, the New York Times, Forbes and the Financial Times regarding oil sands, emerging markets, Enron and El Paso. He was featured in Robert Bryce’s book on the downfall of Enron, as he notified his clients of Enron’s financial inadequacies prior to the market’s awareness. Lou has written extensively of Canadian oil sands investment opportunities since 2000, and as early as 2003, he alerted investors of buying opportunities in emerging markets, including Brazil’s Petrobras, Russia’s Lukoil, Austria’s OMV and Hungary’s MOL.

About Cabot Heritage Corp.

Cabot Heritage Corporation is one of the oldest and most respected independently owned financial newsletter publishers in the U.S. Our 12 investment advisory services deliver high-quality advice on growth, value, energy, emerging markets, dividends, ETFs and options to more than 200,000 individual investors and investment professionals in 141 countries. For more information, visit

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