Which Cabot Letter is Right for You?

 
Which Cabot Letter is Right for You?

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Profit from the January Bounce

Buy beaten down growth stocks priced under $10 in late December, and sell them a few weeks later, after their early January bounce. It's that simple! The trick is selecting the right stocks. You can try to choose them yourself, but we recommend that you rely on Cabot's 10 Favorite Low-Priced Stocks for 2011. Order your copy in time for the new year!

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Happy holidays! I hope you're having a wonderful season, surrounded by family and friends, with lots of food and fun.

We get a lot of emails here at Cabot and one of the most frequently asked questions is, "Which Cabot letter is right for me?"

As we've expanded over the years, we've offered more newsletters to reach a wider investing audience and fulfill our subscribers' investing needs. But I know it can be overwhelming to figure out which one is right for you. So today, I'm going to try to help you sort them out!

Each Cabot advisory offers a different investing style to fit your individual needs:

Cabot Market Letter, our flagship publication, is recommended for all investors seeking growth. In each bi-weekly issue you'll find a Model Portfolio (no more than 12 stocks) of our best recommendations for a diversified growth portfolio along with Cabot's proprietary market timing indicators to keep you on the right side of the market. The stocks are held for varying lengths of time and the key concept to keep in mind with these stocks is that investors' perceptions are usually ahead of the news. Thus, you should pay particular attention to what the charts are telling you, and when a chart tells you that investors are no longer supporting a stock, you should sell the stock and move on. Michael Cintolo is the editor of Cabot Market Letter. Hulbert Financial Digest and Timer Digest have consistently recognized Cabot Market Letter for outstanding performance. The Letter was named as only one of nine newsletters in Hulbert's 2010 Honor Roll for above average performance in both up and down markets since 1998, and is currently ranked among the Top Ten newsletters by Timer Digest for long-term performance. Learn more.

For faster-paced stocks, Cabot Top Ten Weekly is the newsletter to follow. It brings investors the 10 stocks with the greatest momentum in the market each week. Top Ten is a great source of new ideas, as many stocks are discovered here before many other investors are aware of them. The report is best suited to aggressive investors. Michael Cintolo uses OptiMo, our proprietary stock picking software, to uncover the fastest-growing stocks. Learn more.

If you're looking for diversification outside the U.S., Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report provides guidance on the best stocks in the emerging markets. The Report uses all of Cabot's time-tested growth investing techniques to select stocks that trade as American Depositary Receipts, or ADRs, on U.S. exchanges. The countries these stocks are from are growing fast, providing enormous opportunity. Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report was the top-rated newsletter for the last five years, with a total return of 175% versus 22% for the Wilshire 5000, according to Hulbert Financial Digest. Paul Goodwin is the editor of Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report. Learn more.

Cabot Green Investor is THE place to discover the fast-growing investments in the Green sector, especially those stocks with revolutionary technology that will change the way we live and make early investors rich. All of Cabot's time-tested growth stock criteria are applied to the stocks in the newsletter to ensure that you are investing in the most promising stocks in this high-potential sector. Brendan Coffey is the editor of Cabot Green Investor. Learn more.

Some investors prefer conservative investments in undervalued companies, and Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter was made for them. The Letter, edited by J. Royden Ward, a longtime investment researcher and analyst, provides investors with two different value-investing models and all the details you need to invest safely over the long term. So if you prefer to buy and hold, Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter is for you. Learn more.

Many beginning investors choose Cabot Stock of the Month because it offers stocks selected from across the spectrum of Cabot's publications. One month it may be a Green stock, a momentum stock, a value stock, a growth stock or an emerging markets stock, but it's always the best stock for current market conditions. Cabot's publisher and chief investment strategist, Timothy Lutts, is the analyst and editor of Cabot Stock of the Month. Tim provides in-depth analysis of his selection as well as regular updates on previously recommended stocks, so you have continuous guidance. Learn more.

Cabot Small-Cap Confidential is a limited-subscription publication whose editor, Thomas Garrity, a lifelong investor, provides in-depth research about one company a month with revolutionary new technology that over time will grow into a winning investment. These little-known stocks require patience as they take time to mature and this publication is recommended for experienced investors. Learn more.

In Cabot Options Investor, options trading expert Rick Pendergraft delivers his proven step-by-step system for options trading. Each week, he presents his market overview, comments on upcoming economic data reporting, presents specific options plays and updates all his open positions. Cabot Options Trader is recommended for those who have some experience investing in the stock market. The trades are short term-the average holding period is 15 days and the system can be used to make money in all markets-bull, bear or in between. Learn more.

Looking for lots of investment ideas from the top minds on Wall Street? Then Dick Davis Investment Digest is right for you. Every two weeks, Editor Chloe Lutts, selects the top investing picks from more than 250 newsletters. During the last 29 years, thousands of investors have benefited from ideas and recommendations found in the Digest. In it you'll find market insights and informed recommendations from the Best Minds on Wall Street. Throughout the decades it's become an indispensable tool of tens of thousands of investors just like you. Learn more.

And last, but certainly not least, is Dick Davis Dividend Digest, which features a broad range of investment ideas with high-yields and dividends. As with Dick Davis Digest, Editor Chloe Lutts selects the top investing picks from dozens of newsletters. In the newsletter you'll find market insights and informed recommendations from the Best Minds on Wall Street. Learn more.

I hope this helped you better understand our many newsletters. If you're still unsure which is right for you, take our short quiz.

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This week, because of the holiday we're bringing you a Cabot Chart School video instead of the usual Weekly Review. In it, Cabot Market Letter Editor Mike Cintolo discusses portfolio management focused on selling strategies. He weighs taking profits versus trailing stops and discusses offensive versus defensive selling tactics. This video is a classic, so don't miss it! Click to watch.

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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, there are links below to each issue.

Cabot Wealth Advisory 12/20/10 - The Eighth Wonder of the World

On Monday, Tim Lutts discussed why politicians should concentrate less on securing "pork" for their constituents and more on the common good of the U.S. Tim also discussed the results of his bone marrow testing and the rising cost of this testing for insurance companies in the states where they are required to pay for it. Tim also discussed the eighth wonder of the world: the Magic of Compound Interest.

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Cabot Wealth Advisory 12/23/10 - Two Stocks for the New Year

On Thursday, Roy Ward discussed the performance of the stocks he's recommended in Cabot Wealth Advisory over the last two years. He also discussed the value investing system he uses to select stocks and some of his thoughts going into the new year. Roy also recommended two stocks for 2011. Featured stocks: Arrow Electronics (ARW) and Prudential Financial (PRU).

Until next time,

Elyse Andrews
Editor of Cabot Wealth Advisory

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Facebook

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Cabot Wealth Advisory

The Emerging Market Stock You Ought to Own

By Paul Goodwin on September 27, 2016

The company I’m talking about (the one that you probably don’t own) is the largest Chinese instant messaging company. It is a giant in its own right, with a market cap of $262 billion and annual sales of over $19 billion. The company grew revenue by 28% in 2015 and routinely boasts after-tax profit margins over 30%.Read More >

Tesla Model 3 vs. Chevy Bolt: Which Affordable Electric Car Is Better?

By Timothy Lutts on September 26, 2016

The Tesla Model 3 and Chevy Bolt are the first two affordable electric cars with a driving range of more than 200 miles. Let’s see how they stack up - and what they could mean to Tesla Motors (TSLA) and General Motors (GM) stock. Read More >

Does Alibaba (BABA) Stock Measure Up to Amazon (AMZN)?

By Paul Goodwin on September 23, 2016

Alibaba (BABA) is the Amazon (AMZN) of China. But does BABA stock measure up to AMZN stock? Let’s break it down!Read More >