Cabot Weekly Review: The Market's Correction
In Case You Missed It
Today's Cabot Wealth Advisory is sort of a hodgepodge: first a survey, then a video and finally, summaries and links to this week's issues. I've made it short and sweet to give you ample time to fill out the survey, but I'll be back with our regularly scheduled programming next week!
Today we're sending you a comprehensive survey to find out more about who you are as an investor, what technologies you're using and what you think about Cabot Wealth Advisory. As a thank you, you'll get a link to download a free special report, "Cash in on Healthcare Reform: 8 Top Medical Stocks to Profit from in 2010."
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Now on to Cabot Market Letter and Cabot Top Ten Report Editor Michael Cintolo's Cabot Weekly Review video. We've gotten a huge positive response from you and we appreciate all of your feedback!
Here's this week's video, featuring a discussion of the poor price and volume action of the market this week, including the performance of important financial stocks. Mike also demonstrates how to uncover leading stocks in this correction. Stocks discussed include Ford (F), Priceline (PCLN) and Baidu (BIDU).
In case you didn't get a chance to read all the issues of Cabot Wealth Advisory this week and want to catch up on any investing and stock tips you might have missed, I have links below to each issue.
Cabot Wealth Advisory 2/1/10 - What's the Big Deal with Net Neutrality?
On Monday, Timothy Lutts wrote about Network Neutrality--or whether all entities should have equal access to the Internet or whether entities that pay more should get premium access. Tim encouraged readers to take a look at both sides before taking one. Tim also discussed the value of market timing and presented Michael Cintolo's Cabot Weekly Review video. Stocks featured in the video: Apple (AAPL), Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMC), Insulet (PODD), Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD), Rino International (RINO), EnerNOC (ENOC), Sanmina (SANM) and Plexus (PLXS).
Cabot Wealth Advisory 2/2/10 - How the Internet is Changing TV
On Tuesday, we heard from Chloe Lutts, the editor of Dick Davis Digest, as she wrote about how the Internet is changing the way we watch television. Chloe discussed several emerging technologies that are altering the TV landscape and giving viewers more options on what to watch and when. Chloe finished by discussing several stocks that could benefit from these changes. Featured stocks: Netflix (NFLX) and Apple (AAPL).
Cabot Wealth Advisory 2/4/10 - How to Handle the Market's Correction
On Thursday, Michael Cintolo answered the most common questions he's gotten from readers recently about the best way to handle the stock market correction. Mike also discussed two stocks on his Watch List for when the market turns around. Featured stocks: Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) and Buffalo Wild Wings (BWLD).
Until next week,
Editor of Cabot Wealth Advisory
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