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 […]
Today we’re taking a quick look at a teaser ad that went around late last week, for Cabot’s Emerging Markets Investor. That’s the letter that used to be called Cabot China & Emerging Markets Report, it’s changed names to reflect the relative lack of popularity of Chinese stock picking these days but is still edited […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.