Cabot Wealth Advisory for 10/2014
The Market That Cried Wolf
Today I'm looking at the weekly chart of the S&P 500 Index, which starts near the end of September 2011.
The Legacy of du Pont
Last week, I wrote about the automotive aspects of my recent road trip from Salem to Savannah and back.
Writing Options on Stock Trades
What should the average investor to do in a challenging market environment? My recommendation is ...
Focus on the Process, Not Just the Result
It's important to focus on doing the right thing. Just because a trade went awry doesn’t mean you were “wrong.”
How Cabot's Market Timing Works
If you've been listening to our warnings about risk control over the past month, you were probably able to minimize the damage.
A Tale of Two Cities
Continuing the story of my recent road trip from Salem, I focus on two cities, Wilmington and Cary.
Happy Anniversary to Cabot Market Letter
This month, we celebrate 44 years of publishing our flagship publication, Cabot Market Letter.
Stocks You Want to Own in this Market
Weeks like this in the stock market tend to make us want to throw up our hands and head for the safety of cash.
The Comfort of Common Goals
The practice of executives getting part of their compensation in company stock has been around for a long time.
5 Investing Mistakes Beginners Make in Bear Markets
The past week brought a small flood of questions from readers asking how to handle the market’s recent drop.
How to Invest Best in a Wild Stock Market
The best indication that a company is prospering is its history of dividend payments.
Two Strong Growth Stocks
One of the hottest stocks of the past couple of months is GoPro. Overall, the stock ran from 50 to 98, then got yanked down to 68.
Lust for Alpha: The Market as a Soap Opera
I know that the stock market is serious business, with constant danger, tension and people’s money on the line.
The Dow Jones Transportation Average
The oldest stock index in use today is the Dow Jones Transportation Average. It was originally composed of 9 railroads.
Earning Season and Other Surprises
When one of your companies reports good results, the resulting jump in stock price is immensely satisfying.
Four Steps to Crash-Proof Your Portfolio
In volatile markets, it’s more important than ever that you invest to protect your existing portfolios.