Investment Newsletters

The stock market can be a scary place to try and navigate on your own. For many of us, any investing advice is more than welcome. That’s where we come in.

Investors like you have relied on Cabot Investing Advice for nearly half a century. Since our founding in 1970 by Salem, Mass. engineer and independent investor Carlton Gardner Lutts Jr., Cabot Investing Advice has helped hundreds of thousands of investors build big profits through reliable, carefully-researched investment recommendations.

Originally a growth-stock advisory, Cabot Investing Advice now boasts a stable of experts covering a wide variety of investments: value investing, international investing, dividend investing, energy investing, small-cap investing, options trading and more. Our diverse array of investment newsletters gives subscribers a chance to pick what type of investments interest them most.

More importantly, most of our investment advisories have beaten the market over time. That’s why, more than four decades later, we’re still here.

Our approach to offering investing advice is fairly unique.

We don’t advise quick trades based on the news of the day or what the talking heads on CNBC are jabbering on about. Nor do we follow the ultra-conservative route of investing in low-cost, low-risk – and often low-reward – index funds. Instead, we strike a balance between trying to beat the market – which we’ve been doing for more than 40 years – while managing risk so that you can maintain your capital.

Our investing advice comes in a variety of packages, ranging from value-oriented monthly publications focused solely on long-term investments to weekly newsletters targeting growth stocks to short-term trading services featuring recommendations that can pay off in a week or two.

But what truly separates Cabot Investing Advice is our experience, our track record and our history of making independent investors like you money for nearly half a century.

When seeking investment advice, trust is important. As an investor, you want to be able to trust the person that’s offering you tips on what stocks to buy or what options trades to make. At Cabot, we recognize that trust has to be earned.

You don’t want to simply be told how great someone’s investing advice is. You want to see proof.

Well, here’s some proof:

  • Cabot Market Letter: 99% return since inception vs. 45% return for the S&P 500
  • Benjamin Graham Value Investor: 260% return vs. 120% return for the S&P 500
  • Stock of the Month: 115% return vs. 11% return for the S&P 500
  • Cabot Options Trader: 310% return vs. 23% for the S&P 500

You get the point. We’ve made our subscribers a lot of money – more than they would have made had they merely bought the SPY or another index.

Consistently strong performance over many years is what earns your trust. At Cabot Investing Advice, we hope to continue earning your trust for years – and decades – to come.

Analysts Center

Our analysts regularly share content from their premium advisories. See a sampling of our analysts’ unique takes on current market conditions and how they impact a wide range of investments.

Rules to Protect You as the Market Climbs a Wall of Worry

These three rules will help you manage your portfolio.»

Stock Picks

Consolidated Edison

For investors who rely on regular income from their investments, high-quality dividend payers are the best vehicle for maintaining a steady income during troubled times in the market.


Dycom was recommended as the Top Pick in Cabot Top Ten Trader on September 8, and has run decisively into new high ground since then.


As a value investor, Apple shares are an irresistible bargain!

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Is Facebook the New Apple? (And Two IPOs to Watch)

By Michael Cintolo on October 08, 2015

As my boss likes to say, “Trends often last longer than anyone expects.” That’s very true. But it’s also true that, once a trend ends, it takes a long time for investors to come to terms with it. That’s true of both major market trends—it takes months for the general public to get bullish or bearish after a big turn, for instance—but it’s also true when it comes to individual stocks.Read More >

Have Solar Stocks Bottomed?

By Timothy Lutts on October 06, 2015

Recent weeks have brought an abnormally high number of days when the Dow gained or lost 200 or more points, as the overwhelming majority of stocks joined in the trend of the day. What do I think about this volatility, and what does it mean for the future?Read More >

The Problem with Hunches

By Paul Goodwin on October 05, 2015

Many people like to make decisions based on hunches; sometimes they’re called “educated guesses” and sometimes “feminine intuition.” And there’s some experimental support for the idea that snap judgments often prove quite sound.Read More >