Cabot Market Letter Named Best Financial-Advisory Newsletter

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June 2, 2009

WASHINGTON, June 2, 2009—Leading investment newsletter publisher Cabot Heritage Corp. announced that its flagship publication, Cabot Market Letter, was recognized as the Best Financial-Advisory Newsletter 2009 by the Specialized Information Publishers Foundation (SIPF). SIPF represents thousands of newsletters and specialized publications, and the Foundation's awards draw hundreds of entries annually from exceptional journalists worldwide.

Established in 1970, Cabot Market Letter is one of a handful of investment newsletters that have been continually published for more than 30 years. Michael Cintolo, a growth stock and market timing expert, is editor of the Letter. In bestowing this First Place award, the Foundation noted that from the March 2003 market bottom to the March 2009 low, Cabot Market Letter's Model Portfolio gained 94%, while the Nasdaq lost 3.5% and the S&P 500 lost 18%.

Second place was awarded to Motley Fool Stock Adviser, published by The Motley Fool, and third place went to The MoneyLetter, published by MPL Communications.

This is the second consecutive year that a Cabot publication won the SIPF Best Financial Newsletter award. Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report was named the Best Financial Newsletter in 2008.

SIPF is a non-profit foundation affiliated with the Specialized Information Publishers Association, an international trade association dedicated to advancing the interests of for-profit subscription newsletter publishers and specialized-information services. The Foundation promotes specialized-information publishing through outreach to academic and professional institutions, facilitation of research, and recognition of excellence in the field though its annual awards.

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