Dividend Digest Announces 2013 Top Stock Picks

Top Three Digest Stock Picks Up Over 42%

SALEM, MA—January 15, 2014—Dick Davis Dividend Digest, the leading digest of investment advisory recommendations since 1982, announced the results of its 2013 Top Picks today in its January issue.

Publisher Gannett Co. (GCI), chosen by editor Joseph Parnes of Shortex Market Letter, was the top gainer, returning 55.7%.

Second and third best performers were grocer The Kroger Co. (KR), up 50.79%, picked by J. Royden Ward of Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor, and Ward’s mid-year replacement, industrial supplier Trinity Industries (TRN), which rose 42.89%.

“Every year, we ask our contributors for their single favorite income investment to own in the upcoming year, and 2013 was no exception. They recommended some very interesting—and profitable selections in 2013, ranging from growth & income stocks to high yields to REITS to funds,” said Editor Nancey Zambell.  

The Dividend Digest can be ordered directly at www.dickdavis.com for the introductory price of $97 per year.

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About the Dividend Digest

Dick Davis Dividend Digest and Investment Digest are published by Cabot Heritage Corp., an independent publisher of investment advisories for individual investors and investment professionals since 1970. Cabot also publishes Cabot Market Letter, Cabot Top Ten Trader, Cabot Stock of the Month, Cabot Options Trader, Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter, Cabot Small-Cap Confidential, Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report, Cabot Dividend Investor and the free Cabot Wealth Advisory.

For more information, visit www.cabot.net, or contact Maura Lockwood at 978-745-5532 x112 or Maura@cabot.net. Cabot Heritage Corp. is located at 176 North Street, Salem, MA, 01970.

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