Lunch with the Analyst - Mike Cintolo

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In this Lunch with the Analyst webinar, Cabot’s V.P. of Investments Mike Cintolo offers his assessment of the overall market and leading growth stocks, with special emphasis on how to handle your stocks in the current choppy environment. Throughout the presentation, Mike takes questions from webinar participants.

The webinar was recorded on November 18, 2015.

Mike starts out by going over four rules he recommends for handling your stocks in this choppy and challenging market environment, including taking partial profits so you can have your cake and eat it too. Mike then delves into his thoughts on the current market, reviewing his market timing indicators and many secondary market measures. And he reviews a couple of dozen leading stocks, including his favorite liquid leaders and other stocks that are primed to get going should the bulls remain in control of the market. 

Stocks featured in this webinar include FB, AMZN, NVDA, LNKD, CRM, ADBE, MNST, NOW, BABA, PYPL, NFLX, PANW, IMPV, PFPT, FLTX, DHI, TREE, NFX, REGN, MTDR, OIH and XOP.

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