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

General Motors

The top dividend stock in the auto industry is General Motors (GM), a leader in big high-margin models, both in the U.S. and in China.

Anheuser-Busch Inbev

Revenues at the company fell 7% last year, while earnings shrank 4%, but the stock is holding up surprisingly well.

Monster Beverage

Thanks to its Coca-Cola agreement, Monster Energy drinks will hit shelves in Australia and New Zealand later this month.

Cabot Wealth Advisory

How to Invest in Stocks When Interest Rates are Hiked

By Timothy Lutts on May 31, 2016

Wondering how to invest in stocks when interest rates are hiked again? The fact that we know it’s coming is why you shouldn’t worry. Read More >

Grace Groner and the Power of Dividend Reinvestment Plans

By Paul Goodwin on May 27, 2016

Buying and holding stocks and enrolling in dividend reinvestment plans aren't exciting ways to invest, but they're an effective way to build long-lasting wealth. For evidence, look no further than Grace Groner. Read More >

One of the Leading Biotech Stocks Is Now on Sale

By J. Royden Ward on May 26, 2016

Standard & Poor’s lists a whopping 196 biotechnology companies in its database, but AbbVie (ABBV) stands out above the rest. The company is growing rapidly but due to the correction in biotech stocks, it’s now an undervalued stock.Read More >