How to Buy and Sell Growth Stocks the Cabot Way

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A MAJOR BREAKOUT is ahead for a select group of stocks!

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Make no mistake about it—the bull market is entering a dangerous new phase. One that will soon affect all the stocks you own.

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Concerns over the unrest in the Middle East, the price of oil, high taxes and bloated government spending are beginning to rattle investors.

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