Topic Archives: Paul Goodwin

The latest ads from Cabot’s Global Stocks Explorer caught my eye with a “bypass the coronavirus” pitch. Here’s how the ad starts: “Bypass the Coronavirus…with this hidden gem at the heart of ‘the biggest investment boom in history’ “Operating revenue increased over 70%. “Gross profit surged 122%. “Net income was up over 60%. “Total bookings […]

This article was originally published on January 29, 2019, when we first saw these ads from Cabot. The ad is still running, with little to no changes or updates, and the article below has not been updated. When everyone’s worried about a trade war, look for the stocks that benefit from superpower rivalries… that’s a […]

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 […]

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 Cabot Emerging Markets Report / Investor for a few years after that, changed most recently to Cabot Global Stocks Explorer under new editor Carl Delfeld in […]


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    I just wanted to add that Paul Goodwin has been around a long time and has seemed to have what I think (for what that's ...

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    I, too have done well with Paul Goodwin and his China and Emerging Markets Newsletter. ...

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    I have subscribed to China Strategy for several years but currently own none of his picks. He failed to get his subscrib...

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    Thanks for your detailed assessment, Travis. The boots-on-the-ground mantra has become less persuasive to me over the la...

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    Candice, Paul Goodwin is with Cabot newletter (China and Emerging Markets)....

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    All the positive comments are right. Just one fact to notice: the investors must be comfortable with the "buy high, s...

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