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Paul Goodwin’s Favorite Stock to Buy Now

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Cabot China and Emerging Markets Report, I sat down with chief analyst Paul Goodwin to pick his brain about how he learned about investing and emerging markets, advice for new investors, and his favorite stock right now.

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How to Stay Calm During Market Corrections

Thinking about the distress felt by new investors recently got me thinking about how to stay calm.

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Answers to Your Investing Questions

With the market’s recent decline, I’ve gotten a slew of questions from subscribers in recent days.

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Death of the (Car) Salesman

According to a Gallup poll of last December, the most respected professionals are nurses.

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Buying a Stock? Do This Second!

Those of us who work the growth investing side of things here at Cabot certainly enjoy the stock selection process.

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Cabot Weekly Review

Our Watch List | Stock Market Video

In this week’s Stock Market Video, Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report Analyst Paul Goodwin talks about how cautious you need to be in these sloppy, dangerous market conditions. Paul gives some examples of stocks that are getting the benefit of the rotation toward cyclicals. 

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Managing Your Portfolio for Maximum Profits

In this third of three videos in Cabot's stock chart school series, “How to Invest in Growth Stocks,” Cabot Market Letter editor Mike Cintolo takes you through portfolio management -- a skill that most people don't really develop and which leads to them getting sub-par returns. He discusses the concept of portfolio management in general, as well as looking at some specific trades Cabot has made in the past.

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Volatility in the stock market has increased noticeably during the past six weeks. The rotation is obvious: investors are moving out of over-priced growth stocks and into reasonably-priced value stocks.

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After the big decline in growth stocks spread to the rest of the market, our Cabot Tides turned negative. This doesn’t mean it’s time to head for the hills—but it does mean it’s time to be more conscious of market risk.

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No matter how long this shift lasts, we will come out on the other side in pretty good shape. China, with or without its 7.5% targeted GDP growth, will remain the Big Dog of the emerging markets.

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Like you and me, when big traders get confused or scared, they start pulling back on trading—not wanting to get long in front of a 10% market drop or short the bottom in a stock like Facebook.

more from Jacob Mintz »

In last week's ETF letter, I said it felt like the market elevator was going up and up without end. Now it feels like the elevator is finally resting at the 18th floor. (That is, with the S&P hovering around 1,800.)

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It’s a familiar story: you’re having dinner at a restaurant when the conversation turns to movies, and no one can remember the name of that actress, the one who was in that movie about space.

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As you almost certainly noticed, the market stumbled late last week. At the top of the list of reasons given by commentators was the prospect of reduced economic stimulation by central banks.

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