Investing Commentary

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Cabot Heritage Corporation

The Best Small-Cap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

While small-cap dividend stocks don’t always make for juicy storylines, the fact is that many of the best performers in the stock market today are these little income producers. And if you have the willpower to stick with them, you may easily find their performance rivals that of the best performing growth stocks. Here are three stocks for your review.

worldbar 193x193

Emerging, Developing and Frontier Stocks

What is the difference between emerging markets stocks, developing markets stocks and frontier markets stocks? It depends on who you ask. There is no universally accepted definition. In general, an emerging market is one that is close to becoming a developed one—the developed ones being all of the major European countries, plus the U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

Good for Growth Investing

Taking Charge of Your Retirement

If you don’t have a penurious Yankee working hard to save you 3% on your meal tax (and everything else you spend money on), you’d better be prepared (or preparing) to save and grow money on your own. That nest egg isn’t going to hatch itself. If this seems like too daunting a task, and you don’t know where to start, let me suggest a plan.

arrow, cabot heritage corporation

Amid Market Dichotomy, New Top Growth Stocks Emerging

My career at Cabot began back in June 1999, just before the internet bubble really revved up in October. That was a time of great divergences—the broad market struggled all the way from the mini-bear market bottom of October 1998 right through the top in March 2000. Today I see a similar dichotomy in the market—many “old” leaders are struggling while “new” growth concepts are finding support.

3up 193x193

The Three Top Dividend Stocks in the Retail Sector

It was a rough week for the retail sector, but that doesn’t mean retailers no longer make good investment opportunities. Many of them still offer healthy share price returns in addition to regular dividend growth. Later in this article, I’ll tell you about what I think are three of the top dividend stocks in the retail sector. But first, let me tell you about my latest shopping experience…

View Past Issues »

Cabot Weekly Review

Market's Pullback | Cabot Weekly Review

In this week’s Stock Market Video, Cabot Growth Investor and Cabot Top Ten Trader  Chief Analyst Mike Cintolo talks about the market's month-long correction and how it's shown enough weakness that most investors should pull in their horns. However, Mike isn't throwing in the towel—he actually sees more liquid growth leaders acting well and setting up today than he did two or three months ago, and his indicators are more mixed than bearish. All told, Mike advises dumping your weak stocks and holding some cash, but he also advises keeping your eyes open for a resumption of the post-February rally.

Cabot Chart School

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 Growth Investor's 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.

Stock Picks

General Motors

The top dividend stock in the auto industry is General Motors (GM), a leader in big high-margin models, both in the U.S. and in China.

Anheuser-Busch Inbev

Revenues at the company fell 7% last year, while earnings shrank 4%, but the stock is holding up surprisingly well.

Monster Beverage

Thanks to its Coca-Cola agreement, Monster Energy drinks will hit shelves in Australia and New Zealand later this month.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

The Best Small-Cap Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

By Tyler Laundon on May 24, 2016

While small-cap dividend stocks don’t always make for juicy storylines, the fact is that many of the best performers in the stock market today are these little income producers. And if you have the willpower to stick with them, you may easily find their performance rivals that of the best performing growth stocks. Here are three stocks for your review. Read More >

Emerging, Developing and Frontier Stocks

By Timothy Lutts on May 23, 2016

What is the difference between emerging markets stocks, developing markets stocks and frontier markets stocks? It depends on who you ask. There is no universally accepted definition. In general, an emerging market is one that is close to becoming a developed one—the developed ones being all of the major European countries, plus the U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.Read More >

Taking Charge of Your Retirement

By Paul Goodwin on May 20, 2016

If you don’t have a penurious Yankee working hard to save you 3% on your meal tax (and everything else you spend money on), you’d better be prepared (or preparing) to save and grow money on your own. That nest egg isn’t going to hatch itself. If this seems like too daunting a task, and you don’t know where to start, let me suggest a plan.Read More >