Publishing Schedule

Cabot Growth Investor

Issues are emailed every other Wednesday and Updates are emailed on all other Wednesdays, except on major holidays.

Cabot Top Ten Trader

Issues are emailed every Monday, and Movers & Shakers Updates are emailed every Friday, except on major holidays. Cabot Top Ten Trader is not published Thanksgiving week or Christmas week.

Cabot Emerging Markets Investor

Issues are emailed every other Thursday and Updates are emailed on all other Thursdays, except on major holidays.

Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor

Value Model issues are emailed on the first Thursday of the month, Enterprising Model issues are emailed on the second Thursday of the month, and Weekly Updates are emailed every Friday, except on major holidays.

Cabot Stock of the Month

Issues are emailed on the last Tuesday of each month and Updates are emailed on all other Tuesdays, except on major holidays.

Cabot Dividend Investor

Issues are emailed on the last Wednesday of each month and Updates are emailed on all other Wednesdays, except on major holidays. 

Cabot Small-Cap Confidential

Issues are emailed on the first Friday of each month and Updates are emailed on all other Fridays, except on major holidays. 

Cabot Options Trader and Cabot Options Trader Pro

Whenever the Chief Analyst determines the time is right, he sends specific option buy and sell alerts via email or text for immediate action. He also sends Weekly Updates on Mondays, except on major holidays. Cabot Options Trader is not published Thanksgiving week or Christmas week.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Issues are emailed six days a week.


Stock Picks

Mattel

Turnaround situations can be a great place to find relatively low risk, high paying dividend stocks—and they’re usually a great value to boot.

Corrections Corp. of America

This REIT has paid dividends since 2012 and increased the dividend in each of the past three years.

Philip Morris

This non-cyclical consumer stock offers consistency and high dividends.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Options Trading Lesson: The Company Is Not the Stock

By Jacob Mintz on May 03, 2016

Divorcing one’s personal beliefs from a company’s products and its stock can be extremely challenging. However, a look at the stock’s performance and options trading can go a long way to helping investors avoid their personal biases.Read More >

Burger Stocks: The Bubble Has Burst, and One Clear Winner Has Emerged

By Timothy Lutts on May 02, 2016

Burger stocks exploded last year. It started with the IPO of Shake Shack (SHAK) in January, an offering that was priced at 21, but began trading at 47. It was fueled by lots of hype about trendy private chains, like Five Guys, In-N-Out Burger, Whataburger, Umami Burger and Iron Chef Bobby Flay’s Bobby’s Burger Palace.Read More >

Another Dire Stock Market Prediction: Whoopee!

By Paul Goodwin on April 29, 2016

McKinsey & Company is a big consulting firm—9,000 consultants and 2,000 researchers around the world—that companies hire when they need advice. I get research reports from McKinsey every once in a while, and they’re usually beautifully designed, well written and interesting in an abstract kind of way. The report that reached my email in-box on Thursday had the intriguing title: “Why investors may need to lower their sights.” (Note how the avoidance of Capital Letters makes things a little edgier; that’s the McKinsey Difference!) It took seven people to write this little piece of analysis, so you know it must contain really valuable information. Read More >