Cabot Small-Cap Confidential Fully Subscribed Weeks Ahead of Launch


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Salem, MA, October 1, 2007—Cabot Heritage Corporation announced the introduction of their newest investment advisory newsletter, Cabot Small-Cap Confidential. The newsletter has a strict circulation limit of 500 subscribers and reached its capacity within two weeks of the announcement to Cabot subscribers.

The first issue of Cabot Small Cap Confidential will be published on October 5, 2007 to a strictly-monitored list of 500 subscribers. The annual rate for a subscription to the newsletter is $1200.

Cabot reached its 500-subscriber limit less than two weeks after their original offer and is compiling a wait list.

Every one of the new Cabot Small-Cap Confidential subscribers—and several hundred on the waiting list— are current subscribers of other Cabot newsletters. Cabot president and publisher Timothy Lutts is delighted. “We have a tremendous long term relationship with our subscribers, many going back more than 30 years. I take their response the our newest advisory as a strong endorsement of the value of Cabot investment advice.”

It’s also what current Cabot subscribers have been asking for. “The number one request from our readers over the years has always been that we find our great stocks sooner,” said Lutts. “And that is exactly what Cabot Small Cap Confidential’s editor Tom Garrity does, and he has an impressive track record to prove it.”

Tom Garrity is a licensed security analyst and lifelong investor, and has been a stockbroker, stock analyst, venture capitalist, and portfolio manager.  Said Lutts of his new editor, “Great small-cap investing requires extraordinary research. Tom does his research with a thoroughness most of us are incapable of…and his results are amazing.”

Cabot Small-Cap Confidential is the newest investment advisory published by Cabot Heritage Corporation. Cabot was founded in 1970 with the Cabot Market Letter. Today, Cabot is an independent publisher of seven investment advisories serving more than 85,000 individual and professional investors.

Cabot investment advisories range from the conservative Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter to the moderately aggressive Cabot Market Letter and Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report, to the aggressive Cabot Top Ten Report and the new Cabot Small-Cap Confidential, to the all-style Cabot Stock of the Month. Cabot also publishes a free email newsletter, Cabot Wealth Advisory.

All Cabot newsletters offer unbiased, high-quality research, incorporating rigorous fundamental and technical analysis, and never accept any payment, in any form, to recommend any company.

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