Elyse Andrews

Contributor to Cabot Wealth Advisory

Elyse AndrewsElyse Andrews, the former Editor of the Cabot Wealth Advisory, is now a contributor to Cabot, focusing on educational topics on finance, the stock market and individual stocks.

Before joining Cabot, Elyse worked at various newspapers around the country. She worked as a writer and researcher at USA Today, a copy editor for the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund and as a copy editor and page designer at Newsday on Long Island.


Elyse has a dual degree in newspaper journalism and political science from Syracuse University.

Elyse Andrews can be found on Google Plus.

Publications

Cabot Wealth Advisory, written by Cabot's analysts and editors is a free email newsletter that offers independent, no-nonsense investment advice on how to build long-lasting wealth.

Stock Picks

NetEase

NetEase operates a very popular, full-service portal that offers a huge menu of services, like news, email and a host of other services and connectors.

Aflac

Aflac's focus on new products, such as hybrid whole life insurance products, and promotions in Japan are performing well.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals

In an uncertain market, here's a stock with a good risk-reward set-up

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Moderation in Growth Investing

By Paul Goodwin on May 29, 2015

I'm a big fan of moderation. I drive fast during my commute to Cabot, but I never want to be the fastest car on the highway. I like to watch television, but my family makes do with a 32-inch screen. And while I certainly like to eat and drink, I avoid restaurants with unlimited buffets; I can't eat all I can eat. But today, what I really want to write about is the path of moderation in growth investing.Read More >

Five Options Trading Myths Exposed

By Jacob Mintz on May 28, 2015

Some of the savviest, most seasoned investors are still clueless when it comes to options trading. Others know the basics of options, but are skeptical about the perceived risks that accompany it. Sadly, that skepticism is rooted in a fundamental misunderstanding of how options work. That misunderstanding precipitates bad information, and that bad information has been repeated so often among options detractors that at a certain point it became myth.Read More >

The Next Disruptive Technology

on May 26, 2015

KPMG LLP analyzed the technology sector deals and forecasts that mobile, data and analytics, security, and “the cloud” will be the primary focus of M&A deals this year. Upon review of the stocks we’ve recently been recommending in the Digests, I heartily agree with this assessment. And one area that has whetted the appetite of both private equity and public company acquirers is fintech.Read More >