Stock Picks

Featured Stock Picks

These are stock picks featured in past issues of the Cabot Wealth Advisory, with links to further information to help you choose the best stocks to buy for your portfolio.

Our featured picks include growth stocks, undervalued stocks, forever stocks, emerging market stocks, Canadian stocks, small-cap stocks, tech stocks, biotech stocks, and revolutionary disruptive stocks, so there are options for all trading styles.

Each write-up features commentary on the picks from one or more of our expert stock market analysts, as well as company details and a stock chart.

These stock commentaries originally appeared in the Cabot Wealth Advisory.


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Stock Picks

Stock Picks

LKQ Corp.

LKQ Corp. (LKQ) currently has a Standard & Poor’s Value Rating of 5 out of 5.

Penske Automotive Group

Penske Automotive Group (PAG) possesses an ultra-low price to sales ratio, yet the company’s sales and earnings are set to accelerate during the next several quarters.

Tesla Motors

If you’re not on board the stock, there’s no rush. Wait for a better entry point in a more constructive market.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

Five Questions to Ask Before Buying a Stock

By Paul Goodwin on September 04, 2015

Stock investors (me included) tend to define ourselves by the stocks we buy. The kind of stock market we’ve had recently—one that has fallen and can’t get up, at least not yet—looks very different to different kinds of investors. One practical outcome of this situation is that when I’m contacted by subscribers asking whether the current dip represents a buying opportunity, I have to ask some clarifying questions first.Read More >

How to Make Money in Any Market

By Nancy Zambell on September 02, 2015

While none of us claim to be market predictors, we’ve all been investing for many years, and have lived—and profited—through lots of market cycles. Consequently, we’ve learned that money can be made in good and bad markets, and most certainly, during periods of volatility.Read More >

Apple vs. Tesla

By Timothy Lutts on September 01, 2015

Back on July 27, in a column titled “Sell Apple,” I told you that Apple, the world’s most loved and most highly valued company, was likely past its point of peak perception. I suggested that even though the company would continue to grow, its stock would suffer as investors slowly sold and went searching for the next Apple. (Precedents include both IBM and Microsoft.) Since that day, of course, the broad market has fallen apart, and it’s enlightening to see how certain stocks have behaved since then.Read More >