The stock market has rallied nicely during the past month, but stocks could go either way from here. Many analysts predict stocks will rise, while an equal number predict stocks will decline again. The stock market will continue to follow oil’s lead, which is also difficult to predict. I advise using caution while Ms. Market makes up her mind.

This month’s Cabot Enterprising Model contains 16 stocks that offer a mix of low-risk and moderate-risk stocks. Be aware that adding moderate-risk stocks, which tend to be more volatile, could create unwanted consequences if the stock market suddenly resumes its decline. Holding a few moderate-risk stocks is fine, but very low-risk and low-risk stocks should make up the majority of your holdings.

My Classic Value, Graham-Buffett, Undervalued Canadian, NCAV, Low P/BV and Low PEG methodologies are used independently to find the 16 stocks in the Cabot Enterprising Model that are undervalued, but quite different from Cabot Value Model stocks. I employ different strategies to find Enterprising Model stocks because I believe these stocks will add variety to your portfolio and reduce your risk.

This is an excerpt from Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Investor, which features the very best undervalued stocks to buy right now. Chief Analyst J. Royden Ward tells you exactly which undervalued stocks to buy and when to take profits. This advisory is ideal for conservative investors.

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Stock Picks

Tesla Motors

If Tesla ever begins to cut back on development and innovation costs, earnings will soar.


China seems to be raising up its very own version of Amazon in Alibaba (BABA.


Roy Ward uses the PEG ratio to determine if the stock is undervalued or overvalued.

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