Stock Market Video 8/26/2011

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Cabot Market Letter Editor Michael Cintolo says that despite the successful first market re-test last week, stocks remain in a downtrend. The best action for investors right now is defensive, says Mike, holding plenty of cash and tight leashes on your stocks. What the market needs most right now is some time to wear out the weak hands, and allow new leadership to form. Stocks on his watch list include: Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR), Cabot Oil & Gas (COG), MAKO Surgical (MAKO) and Universal Display (PANL).


Mike CintoloMichael Cintolo
Vice President of Investments, Editor of Cabot Market Letter and Cabot Top Ten Trader

A growth stock and market timing expert, Michael Cintolo is editor of Cabot Market Letter and Cabot Top Ten Trader. Since joining Cabot in 1999, Mike has uncovered exceptional growth stocks and helped to create new tools and rules for buying and selling stocks. Perhaps most notable was his development of the proprietary trend-following market timing system, Cabot Tides that has helped Cabot place among the top handful of market-timing newsletters numerous times. Cabot Market Letter is one of only nine newsletters included in Hulbert Financial Digest's 2010 Honor Roll for performance in up and down markets, and Timer Digest Top Ten Long-Term Timer.


Why the Next 30 Days Will Rock Wall Street Again

 

Dear Fellow Investor,


Make no mistake about it. The last year hasn’t been the easiest for most investors—and it’s not over yet, not by a long shot.

From what we are seeing now, the next 30 days could make the past year’s volatility look like child’s play.

The reason is simple:

With a downgrade on U.S. debt and financial unrest around, it’s clear the market’s volatility is about to increase exponentially.

For these reasons, the next market move we see headed our way in the next 30 days could be the biggest shocker of 2011.

Does this signal the end of the bull market? Or, perhaps, could it mean bigger profits ahead for a whole new set of stocks?

Mark my words—the actions you take now will ultimately determine your future wealth.

Learn more now ...


Sincerely,


Michael Cintolo
Editor of Cabot Market Letter

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With a downgrade on U.S. debt and financial unrest around the world frightening investors, it’s clear the market’s volatility is about to increase exponentially.  For these reasons, the next market move we see headed our way in the next 30 days could be the biggest shocker of 2011.

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