Cabot Growth Investor

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Peter
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Peter
March 17, 2009 4:36 am

This letter is a combination of market timing (trend following using moving-average crossovers and a couple of other indicators) and growth stock picking. I have to credit them with staying in cash for most of the bear market. Unfortunately I didn’t follow their advice to the letter. (Does anyone?) There’s a serious point there, though. If you only subscribe to a newsletter to pick up some ideas, but you’re not going to follow the advice otherwise, then why bother and not just stick with the oceans of free information that’s already out there?

But live and learn… I’m cutting back on newsletter subscriptions, but this one I’ll keep for market-timing discipline. I think this is among the better ones out there.

As a last note, I commend them for not indulging in sleazy marketing tactics like so many other newsletters. The do a little touting and selective bragging, but it’s relatively classy compared to others.

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Peter
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Peter
March 17, 2009 4:37 am

Sorry, forgot to fill out the ratings so I’ll do it separately this time.

conradC
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conradC
March 17, 2009 12:43 pm

$99 annually. The stock selections pick are mostly not well known companies. But they predicted and advised subscriber to cashout as early as Sept. of last year. overall strategy is more of conservative and equity preservation. Very good in predicting trend

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Axell
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Axell
June 8, 2009 5:58 am

Good, reputable, quiet newsletter with a relative paucity of favored stocks, often featured on other newsletters/research services, and thus a solid source for confirmations. Interesting opinion, written by a well established & respected editorial desk. Recommended, but not essential…

Fabian Hug
Fabian Hug
October 21, 2009 5:42 pm

It’s concise with few recommendations. Clear market indicators, very useful. No gimmicks and affordable. This one is a good buy in my opinion.

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February 8, 2010 4:25 pm