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Maneuvering Choppy Markets

Becoming an active investor won’t help spring come any faster. But it will put you in a position to really enjoy it when the market comes out of its current muddle and gets moving again. And you will have a chance to find out what it’s like to own the strong stocks that are moving the indexes, not the whole truckload.

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The Stock That’s Leading the LED Revolution

Today, I’ll give you a stock that’s already reported its number and hit new price highs because of it.

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How the Weather is Like the Stock Market

I see definite parallels between warnings about the Big Weather and the shocking headlines about the impending meltdown of the stock market.

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Stocks vs. Municipal Bonds

Tax-free bond funds yield peanuts these days, so if you’re trying to actually grow your money, there’s only one sensible course.

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What Is the Market Telling You to Do?

I think the bulls and the bears are fighting it out on a pretty even basis.

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Cabot Weekly Review

Market Outlook | Stock Market Video

In this week's stock market video, Cabot’s V.P. of Investments, Mike Cintolo, discusses his cautious overall market outlook, as the major indexes haven't been able to break free of their sideways-to-down trend in recent weeks. However, for the first time in months, Mike is now spotting some subtle bullish action among growth-oriented stocks. 


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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.

Editor's Center

With the overall market trend-less, it’s no surprise that some of our more conservative positions are the best performers, with utilities topping the list.

more from Chloe Lutts Jensen »

There are several ways to counteract the crosscurrents that are negatively affecting a lot of companies this earnings season.

more from J. Royden Ward »

For the first time in at least three or four months (and possibly 10 or 11 months), we’re seeing potential leading stocks show some muster.

more from Michael Cintolo »

With earnings season on the way, investors will have a couple of things on their minds as the big names in the Chinese market begin to report their numbers.

more from Paul Goodwin »

One trend stands out this earnings season: the companies that beat earnings run, and then run some more; those that miss, fall, and then fall even more.

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.)

more from Robin Carpenter »

I think the multi-month correction has been completed, the weak hands are now out of the market, and the bulls will now push the best stocks higher.

more from Timothy Lutts »