Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report Still Holds Top Newsletter Title

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April 12, 2009


Salem, MA—The Hulbert Financial Digest again rated Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report as the top performing investment newsletter among 142 investment newsletters for the past five years, a title the Report has held each month since March 2009.

In the April issue of Hulbert Financial Digest, the Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report is ranked the top performing newsletter for five years with a 19.5% annualized return as of March 31, 2009, compared to a 2.6% annualized return for the Wilshire 5000 Total Return Index.

Edited by emerging markets specialist Paul Goodwin, Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report presents market commentary, expertly-researched stock recommendations, market timing advice and follow-up advice. All Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report stocks are traded on U.S. exchanges.

The Hulbert Financial Digest is a monthly newsletter that serves as an impartial, independent reviewer of all the leading stock and mutual fund newsletter services (publications that recommend and advise on what to invest in). Run by editor Mark Hulbert for more than 20 years, over 180 stock recommendation letters and over 500 portfolios are tracked each month, with data going back as far as 1980 for services that have been around that long.

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Founded in 1970 with Cabot Market Letter, Cabot is an independent publisher of eight investment advisories and two investment digests serving more than 190,000 individual and professional investors around the world.

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