Lunch with the Analyst - Paul Goodwin

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In this Lunch with the Analyst webinar, Cabot Emerging Markets Investor Chief Analyst Paul Goodwin offers an overview of market conditions and a range of stock picks.

But the focus of this webinar is on what happens when markets finally stop their corrections and start to build a bottom. It’s a fascinating process, and Paul explains what you need to look for and how to play the bottom once it’s in.

Paul follows that up with a selection of stocks that are setting up nicely for growth, value and small-cap investors. It could be one of the most profitable webinars you’ll ever view.

Stocks featured in this webinar include: 
Health (CVS)
McKesson (MCK)
Neophotonics (NPTN)
Inphi (IPHI)
Cascade Microtec (CSCD)
Five Below (FIVE)
Sabre (SABR)
Seaspan (SSW)
TAL Education Group (XRS)

The webinar was recorded on February 17, 2016.

Stock Picks


This stock could rise 50% before becoming fairly valued.

This hot technology company is growing like a weed, thanks to products that speed up cloud communications.

This stock is somewhat well known, but far from well loved.

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