Cabot Wealth Advisory for 03/2015
Revolutionary Stocks Survey Results
Last week, reviewing the 10 Revolutionary Stocks, I asked you which ones you owned.
The Perils of a Bull Market
When the markets are strong and giving us buy signals, a a few set of worries shows up.
The Most Undervalued Utility Stocks
Utility stocks are known for being low risk—they’re often called “widow and orphan stocks”.
One of my favorite mutual funds used to be an offering from a big Boston investment house called “The Cocktail Party Fund.”
Negative Interest Rates
One of the most curious aspects of the current global financial situation is the slow spread of negative interest rates in Europe.
A Restaurant Stock with Momentum
The data for January 2015 shows that Americans are spending more money eating in restaurants than in grocery stores.
Two Liquid Leading Stocks
Today I have two ideas for your watch list (or possibly for small new buys if you’re so inclined).
Three Vital Questions for Growth Investors
If the market is telling you that you’re barking up the wrong tree, what are you supposed to do?
Glass Half Full, or Glass Half Empty?
One of the truisms of business is that a company’s values reflect the values of the person at the top.
What’s Worth More: Safety or Profit?
Would you lend a friend $100 if he promised to pay you back $99 within a year?
Growth Stocks for Retired Investors
If you’re retired or approaching retirement, developing a strategy to fit your goals can be difficult.
Taking Charge of Your Own Portfolio
Nobody will look out for your best interests better than you.
Results of Our Survey
Last week I ran a quiz here, which was designed to give me a better picture of exactly who you are.
Have the Energy Stocks Bottomed?
I write about market's bottom-building because I continue to field questions surrounding energy stocks.
The Bull in the Long Run
The last couple of days haven’t been pleasant. But the long-term trend of the market is up.
Using Every Resource in Growth Investing
It’s my belief that anyone who makes an investment decision based solely on any single factor is probably going to lose money.
Spotting Big Profits by Following the Insiders
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but hedge funds and banks trade on insider information all the time.
Most Recent Notable Mergers
In January of this year, KPMG estimated that 2015’s merger and acquisition activity would top the $1.62 trillion.