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Getting to the Fun Part of Growth Investing

Like almost any activity worth doing, growth investing requires a certain amount of study and practice to get right. In fact, a majority of the articles I’ve written for Cabot Wealth Advisory have been warnings about the pitfalls of stock investing and how to avoid them. But Cabot helps investors avoid the market’s wiles.

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What Nasdaq at 5,000 Means

For the first time since the major top in March 2000, the Nasdaq is knocking on the door of the 5,000 level.

Emerging Markets Investing

A Chinese Stock with Excellent Prospects

For my stock pick today, I’m recommending a Chinese web portal called NetEase (NTES).

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A Question for You

I’ve profiled 10 revolutionary stocks here, describing how each one has the potential to yield very large profits.

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Investors: Know Yourself

I saw a quotation that said, “If you don’t know who you are, the market is an expensive place to find out.”

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Cabot Weekly Review

Bullish Outlook | Cabot Weekly Review

In this week's stock market video, Cabot’s V.P. of Investments, Mike Cintolo, discusses his still-bullish outlook on the market, though he does highlight a couple of flies in the ointment that he's watching. He also talks about the liquid growth leaders in the market, which, in his view, should be the foundation of your portfolio.

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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

The stock market was just about the only place to find a consistent trend this month, and the market’s message is clear: the bulls are back.

more from Chloe Lutts Jensen »

Investors are bullish on the U.S. market’s prospects in 2015 because the economy is improving, employment is picking up and inflation is benign.

more from J. Royden Ward »

With the evidence still positive, higher prices are likely in the weeks ahead—so hold your best performers and look for new leadership.

more from Michael Cintolo »

Among the reasons for the slowdown in Chinese stocks is uncertainty about how Xi Jinping is going to handle the problem of state-owned enterprises (SOEs).

more from Paul Goodwin »

if the VIX continues to drift lower, it might be prudent to add a bearish position as the price of protection may be too good to pass up.

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 »