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Cabot Wealth Advisory

Apple (AAPL) and Zika

By Timothy Lutts on February 08, 2016

The best time to buy Apple (AAPL) was in 2003 after the Internet Bubble had burst and technology stocks were treated like dirt. Of course, no one wanted AAPL back in 2003, but in the 13 years that followed, the stock soared 9,400%. The best time to sell AAPL was in mid-2012, when AAPL became the world’s most valuable company. Read More >

For Investors with a Taste for Adventure

By Paul Goodwin on February 04, 2016

For investors with a little taste for adventure, emerging markets are more fun than an unlimited ticket to a go-cart track (and offer much bigger potential rewards). Yes, when markets turn sour, emerging market stocks can take some skin off. But that only happens if you’re sitting like a bump on a log and watching your holdings tank.Read More >

How to Benefit from Daily Trading Order Flow

By Jacob Mintz on February 02, 2016

As the market was unwinding, the question I often heard from subscribers of Cabot Options Trader and Cabot Options Trader Pro, was “what stocks were on your watch list to buy?” My answer was always the same: look at the Daily Order Flow Reading email that I send every day for the best ideas on what to short and what to buy.Read More >