Analysts Center | Timothy Lutts

 

Below are some excerpts from Cabot Stock of the Week, which features the best stock to buy for the current market conditions. Each recommendation is selected from stocks recently recommended by Cabot analysts. As Cabot's Chief Investment Strategist, Timothy Lutts is uniquely positioned to select each stock, and he explains why it’s the single best stock to buy.


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Intriguing Strength in Gold and Silver

The strength in gold and silver investments is particularly intriguing to me because there’s no obvious reason for the strength yet.»

Managing Amid Uncertainty

How do you manage a portfolio when there’s so much uncertainty about the global fundamentals going forward? »

The Price of Investing Success

It’s been only 21 trading days since the market’s latest peak, but to hear the chorus of doomsayers complaining about everything, you’d think it’s been years!»

Time to Loosen Purse Strings

After a punishing first six weeks to the year, the market finally got off its knees during the past few trading days—and that tells us to loosen the purse strings a little bit.»

Buy Low, Sell High or Buy High, Sell Higher?

To make money in the market, you can take two basic routes: buy low and sell high, or buy high and sell higher. »

A Less-Crowded Recommendation

My preference is to invest in the less crowded sectors of the market, where there are still stocks that have been overlooked, and today’s selection is a perfect example. »

A Less-Popular Stock

This month's pick is a stock that came public last year and is still unknown to most investors. It was originally recommended by Mike Cintolo in Cabot Growth Investor.»

Buying a Stock That's Down

Last month we did well by buying our stock at a temporary low after the market’s August 28 mini-crash, and now, a month later, we see the market retesting the same low.»

Headline News

Stock Picks

Tesla Motors

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

Alibaba

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

Facebook

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

Cabot Wealth Advisory

What Fed Speeches Mean for the Stock Market Today

By Chloe Lutts Jensen on September 29, 2016

Four Fed presidents gave speeches yesterday, and every word was digested by the stock market in an attempt to better predict the Fed’s next move. With odds of a December rate hike now about even, how should stock investors prepare?Read More >

The Emerging Market Stock You Ought to Own

By Paul Goodwin on September 27, 2016

The company I’m talking about (the one that you probably don’t own) is the largest Chinese instant messaging company. It is a giant in its own right, with a market cap of $262 billion and annual sales of over $19 billion. The company grew revenue by 28% in 2015 and routinely boasts after-tax profit margins over 30%.Read More >

Tesla Model 3 vs. Chevy Bolt: Which Affordable Electric Car Is Better?

By Timothy Lutts on September 26, 2016

The Tesla Model 3 and Chevy Bolt are the first two affordable electric cars with a driving range of more than 200 miles. Let’s see how they stack up - and what they could mean to Tesla Motors (TSLA) and General Motors (GM) stock. Read More >