Which Cabot Letter is Right for You?

By Matt Delman


Which Cabot Letter is Right for You

It Pays to be Contrary

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When I first applied for a job at Cabot, I spent some time exploring the main Cabot website and learned what I could about the various newsletters. We publish a fair number--11 paid publications and two free--and what struck me right off is how different each publication actually is.

Our publications focus on growth and momentum stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), emerging markets and value investing just to name a few. It's because of this variety of publications that we can say there's something for almost everyone. I encourage you to look at each publication's page on our website, but today I'd also like to give you a capsule description of each publication.

A brief word: Each Cabot publication varies in its strategy and investment focus, so it's a good idea to think about your goals before you subscribe.

The Cabot publications are:

Cabot Market Letter, our flagship newsletter, was founded in 1970. We recommend it for all stock investors seeking growth. Each week, 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. Michael Cintolo is the editor of Cabot Market Letter. The Hulbert Financial Digest ranked Cabot Market Letter as #4 for five-year performance out of 150 newsletters as of December 31, 2011. Click here to learn more.

For faster-paced stocks, Cabot Top Ten Trader 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 because many stocks are discovered here before most investors are aware of them. Editor Michael Cintolo uses our proprietary stock picking software to uncover the fastest-growing stocks. The report is best suited for aggressive investors. Click here to 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. Edited by emerging markets specialist Paul Goodwin, 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. Click here to learn more.

Cabot Global Energy Investor is the place to find the fastest-growing stocks in the energy sector. Lou Gagliardi, an energy stocks specialist, is the analyst and editor. All of Cabot's time-tested stock selection criteria are applied to these energy stocks to ensure that you are investing in the most promising stocks. Each issue includes fundamental and technical analysis and specific buy, sell and hold instructions. Weekly updates and special bulletins make sure you always know what action to take. Click here to 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. If you prefer to buy and hold, Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter is for you. Click here to 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 an energy 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 to provide you with continuous guidance. Click here to learn more.

Cabot Small-Cap Confidential
is a limited-subscription publication. Editor and lifelong investor Thomas Garrity provides in-depth research about one small company each month--these are companies with revolutionary new technologies that will grow into winning investments over time. These little-known stocks require patience because they take time to mature. This publication is limited to 500 subscribers. Click here to learn more.

In Cabot Options Trader, options trading expert Rick Pendergraft delivers his step-by-step system for options trading. Each week, he presents his market overview and comments on upcoming economic data reporting. Specific options buys and sells are sent by email. 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. Click here to learn more.

Cabot ETF Investing System identifies major market sectors favorably positioned to beat the S&P and adds market timing to avoid intermediate downtrends. Two strategies are presented: Long-Only for conservative investors and Long & Short for more aggressive investors. Back testing of the system reveals average returns at least 10 percentage points better than the S&P 500. Robin Carpenter is the editor of Cabot's newest advisory. Click here to 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 30 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. For more than three decades, it's become an indispensable tool for tens of thousands of investors. Click here to 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 Investment Digest, Editor Chloe Lutts selects the top investing picks from the top investment newsletters, so you'll find market insights and informed recommendations from the world's smartest investors. Click here to learn more.

I hope this helped you better understand our newsletters.

If you're still unsure which advisory is right for you, take our short quiz here.

Or view our concise newsletter comparison chart here


Now for this week's Contrary Opinion Button. Remember, you can always view all of the buttons by clicking here.

It Pays to be Contrary

Attributed to Humphrey B. Neill, founder of the Contrary Opinion Forum. If you can be a buyer when everyone else is selling, and then be a seller when everyone else wants to buy, you'll be rich!

If This Week's Trades Don't Hand You At Least 30% Profits in 60 Days--You Won't Pay a Dime

Cabot Top Ten Trader's results have left our readers smiling all the way to the bank, with annualized profits of up to 50% on each of our trades--coming in as little as 30 days--even with the losers thrown in. All thanks to breakout winners like these...

  • Continental Resources 122%
  • Encore Aqua 101%
  • Cleveland Cliffs 93%
  • DryShips 95%
  • McMorRan Expl 91%
  • M&F Worldwide 78%

Don't wait until after the next economic numbers come out or the big profits will have passed you by. If you're serious about grabbing your share of profits from these quick trades, now is the time to join us...

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In this week's Stock Market Video, Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report Editor Paul Goodwin says emerging markets have been through a long case of the doldrums, but things are looking up for both emerging markets and U.S. stocks. Paul also says major indexes have shown some speed, and there's a green light for investing. Stocks discussed: Rackspace (RAX), Las Vegas Sands (LVS), Tripadvisor (TRIP) and Soufun (SFUN). Click below to watch the video!


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 1/23/12 - How to Pick Your Options Trades

On Monday, Cabot Options Trader Editor Rick Pendergraft talked about the best way to choose an options trade in the current market. Rick also discussed how a stock's traditional behavior around their earnings report should influence your purchase of a put or call in that option. Featured stock: Peabody Energy (BTU).


Cabot Wealth Advisory 1/26/12 - Two High-Quality Companies

On Thursday, Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter Editor J. Royden Ward discussed the history of value investing and two factors--the S&P Quality Ranking and the PEG ratio--that you should pay attention to when using the value investing system. Featured stocks: FedEx (FDX) and Universal Health 'B' (UHS).


Matt Delman
Editor of Cabot Wealth Advisory

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