Time for another look at a growth stock being teased by Cabot — this time, it’s a pitch for Cabot Growth Investor ($99/yr) from Mike Cintolo, and he’s following in the footsteps of a great many folks in predicting “The Next Amazon.” And who could blame you for being interested in that, right? Amazon has […]
This article originally appeared as part of a Friday File for the Irregulars on December 15. It has been updated slightly with some additions at the end, and to reflect my ownership of these shares, but most of the teaser solution commentary is unchanged from 12/15/17. The teaser comes from Mike Cintolo’s Cabot Growth Investor, […]
Lots to talk about today… we’ll start with a quick teaser solution, then move on to some big picture thoughts, updates on the changes in my portfolio (a couple small buys), and some other little updates and cogitations. The teaser comes from Mike Cintolo’s Cabot Growth Investor, which is just what it sounds like: a […]
Odd rolls of the dice here at Gumshoe HQ have led to three different Cabot teaser pitches being covered in a relatively short period of time… this one is an insurance stock, and it has generated quite a few questions from the “teaser article” Cabot sent around saying this secret, unnamed stock is the one […]
I’m always interested to see what kind of big-growth ideas are being teased, particularly in a market that already feels so expensive, so a Cabot pitch caught my eye again this week — this time it’s from Mike Cintolo for Cabot Growth Investor, and this is what grabbed my attention: “My Expectation: A 25% Jump […]
Cabot is pitching its Stock of the Week service, which chooses a favorite stock from among all of Cabot’s newsletters each week, and in order to entice subscribers they’re dangling the promise of huge gains… including this promise: “If you’ll give me just 10 minutes a week, I promise our Cabot Stock of the Week […]
Newsletter focused on “undiscovered gems”.
Cabot’s “pro” version of their two options newsletters. This one discusses the “full spectrum of option strategies” including calls, puts, spreads, straddles, iron condors and more.
Cabot’s basic options newsletter that deals with calls, puts and covered calls.
I was intrigued when I saw an ad from Timothy Lutts at Cabot about their “Next Netflix” stock, pitched as the next opportunity for a $600,000 windfall. Who doesn’t want that, right? That windfall figure refers to their recommendation of Netflix in May, 2002 — they say that $5,000 in NFLX then would have turned […]
We’re preparing to move Stock Gumshoe HQ to some new digs, so I’m going to try to keep this brief today — normally my desk only gets organized once a year, so having to commit to filing and moving everything more often than that is really throwing my schedule off kilter. The pitch we’re looking […]
The sturm und drang about the election is just about enough to make me stop watching television and turn off my Facebook feed… but it’s also generating some concern on Wall Street now, and as we get closer to what seems today to be an inevitable Democratic win in November there’s a lot of speculation […]
Yesterday I started to look into the stocks teased by Cabot Emerging Markets Investor, and today we’re going to continue on that journey. If you’re just catching up, you can see that previous note here — the short version is that the Cabot folks see much more upside in emerging markets stocks in the near […]
Timothy Lutts is hinting at a new small cap stock in order to tantalize potential subscribers to Cabot Small-Cap Confidential 2.0 (which will run you $950/year), and the line that caught my eye was “A Rare Second Chance to Turn $5,000 into $40,000.” That’s a reference to Tesla, which had such an 800% jump (over […]
Despite the fact that the “developing” world continues to grow much more quickly than the huge established economies of Europe, Japan and North America, investors are still largely reluctant to invest in emerging markets these days. That’s understandable, for sure — when the media is telling you to be worried, and when the US dollar […]
The “stock of the month” email teasers from Cabot follow a bit of a formula, but they also sometimes point us to interesting stocks… so we’re going to take a quick look at this latest ad, which I started seeing about a week ago, and see what Timothy Lutts and the Cabot folks are pitching […]
China stocks are back, but China newsletters not so much. That’s a little bit unusual, actually — typically, newsletter publishers are quick to produce new “niche” letters or repurpose faltering letters to take advantage of big swings in the market, and just as quick to shut those newsletters down if that “niche” loses the interest […]
Last week I started looking into Cabot Market Letter’s pitch about their latest portfolio moves, including a buy of Harman (HAR) that has already jumped almost five percent since we looked at it back on Thursday (not that we or Cabot probably had anything to do with that jump) … … and I told you […]
“Free” does not necessarily mean what you think it does. Neither does “Today Only” … not if you’re wandering in woods that are infested with marketing copywriters. In this case, “Free” means “Free with-subscription-to-my-paid-newsletter-for-$100″… and I don’t know what “Today” means, but I first saw the ad from Chloe Lutts Jensen at Cabot yesterday and, […]
Monthly stock advisory based on dividend income and their “IRIS” system of picking dividend growth stocks for retirement investing.
Paul Goodwin edits the Cabot China and Emerging Markets report, which is really the only surviving China-focused newsletter I can think of from a big publisher (most publishers had such a letter during the China bull run in the mid-late 2000s, but many of them disappeared in recent years as China got to be as […]
I bought a few more shares of Altius Minerals today, after looking into them and Sandstorm Gold following some recent reader questions, and I’ll get to that in a moment … but first, I thought I’d toss out a quick Friday File teaser solution for you if you’re curious about what’s being teased in China […]
I’ve got a couple quick personal portfolio updates to share with you today, including an add-on warrant buy, but first I thought you might enjoy a quick look at a teaser ad for one of Thomas Garrity’s picks from Cabot Small-Cap Confidential — they’re promoting this pretty actively right now as a “$20 biotech stock […]
Like several other newsletter families, Cabot runs a relatively low-cost service that culls picks from all of their newsletters and picks a monthly favorite — the service is called the Cabot Stock of the Month Report, and they typically tease it with their “double your money guarantee.” (That guarantee is not terribly different from the […]
Weekly stock picks culled from other Cabot newsletters, mostly growth-focused.
Presents their picks for 10 strongest stocks in the market each week.
The folks at Cabot are unabashed fans of growth and momentum, which can certainly work as an investment strategy even if it isn’t the strategy I tend to follow personally … the market loves businesses that are growing, and that love turns into higher prices if the growth builds on itself, even if the stocks […]
The folks at Cabot are no stranger to promises of doubles and triples — and they especially like to trot out specific pitches like this one, that a health care stock is going from $15 to $45 … and that, of course, makes us quite curious about just what stock they’re talking about. You too? […]
Cabot’s Stock of the Month service is not unlike the entry-level “sampler” newsletters offered by a lot of publishers — in this service they pick their favorite stock from among all of the stocks recommended by their stable of newsletters for that particular month … and in Cabot’s case, they tend to promise that the […]
We have a charming little tradition here at Stock Gumshoe of picking out the stinkiest stock to have been teased over the past year, and calling it our “Turkey of the Year” come Thanksgiving time. It’s not particularly fair — certainly not to turkeys everywhere, and probably not to the newsletter folks who use breathless, […]
Monthly digest of income-focused picks from a broad selection of newsletters. Was formerly called Dick Davis Dividend Digest and then Dividend Digest and formerly edited by Dick Davis and then Chloe Lutts. As of 2017, Chloe Lutts is now Chloe Lutts Jensen, and is the chief analyst for Cabot Dividend Investor.
OK, so the folks at Cabot make it quite a habit to say “double your money in 2011 guaranteed” — that’s the promise they make when promoting each of their picks from the Cabot Stock of the Month newsletter, which is sold as a monthly “best of” selection from the stable of Cabot newsletters. Cabot’s […]
I’ve been resisting writing about this stock that Cabot is teasing for almost a year for their Small-Cap Confidential newsletter (edited by Thomas Garrity) — I started getting very similar teaser ads from them last July, as best I can tell, and the ad has continued to roll on, with minor variations, almost constantly since […]
I haven’t sniffed out much in the way of dividend-paying stocks or income strategies in recent weeks, so this latest teaser from the folks at Cabot caught my eye. It’s not really a tease for Cabot picks, but for the digested picks of the Dick Davis folks (Dick Davis Digest is a regular digest of […]
Publishes monthly with edited selections of stock recommendations from a variety of investing newsletters. Formerly called Dick Davis Digest
Looks for hidden small cap opportunities, claims a “limited circulation” because of generally small and less liquid investments. Formerly edited by Thomas Garrity for many years, Tyler Laundon came to Cabot in 2016 after writing for some Wyatt Research newsletters for several years.
Looks for stocks based on traditional Grahamian value criteria (low valuation, good “margin of safety,” etc.) Previously helmed by Roy Ward until his 2017 retirement.
Recommends US-traded stocks of companies in China and in other emerging markets, guided by Cabot’s technical growth indicators. Was called Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report until 2015, and was called Cabot Emerging Markets Report after that.
Stock picking newsletter with a growth focus. Used to be called Cabot Market Letter.
Cabot’s free daily digest e-newsletter about a variety of investing topics, written by various Cabot editors. Used to be called Cabot Wealth Advisory.