Cabot Growth Investor has been recommending the best stocks to buy since 1970. Since 2007, the Growth Investor advisory has earned more than double the return of the S&P 500.
Mike Cintolo guides growth-oriented investors to market-beating profits in our flagship advisory by combining expert stock selection with award-winning market timing. It’s a complete growth-oriented investment advisory for beginners through experts.
Cabot Growth Investor was founded in 1970, and has been consistently recognized as a top investment advisory by both Hulbert Financial Digest and Timer Digest. The advisory was named one of nine newsletters on Hulbert Financial Digest's Honor Roll in 2010 for outstanding performance in up and down markets and Timer Digest consistently ranks Cabot Growth Investor as one of the top long-term timers. The advisory provides specific portfolio allocation advice and a model portfolio, which may hold as many as 12 stocks. The performance shown is the gain since Mike Cintolo took over as chief analyst in January 2007, compared to the S&P 500, not including dividends, as of 4/24/15.
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What our Customers say about Cabot Growth Investor
Hi Mike, I wrote to you some time ago that I didn’t like to buy stocks over $70 a share.Your response was you can buy the same same dollar amount although the shares will be fewer. I decided to take your advice. I bought LNKD, ULTA, HAR and MLM (more PANW which I owned at $65 and DATA which I owned at $73). Cabot Market Letter is AMAZING. To constantly pick Winner after Winner is a credit to your profession and your ability to pick the "RIGHT STOCKS.
A. Wildstein, Boynton Beach, Florida
Cabot’s long-term record is extremely strong: for example, over the past fifteen years, Cabot is up 5.98% annualized versus 4.76% annualized for the total return Wilshire—an edge that compounds dramatically.
Peter Brimelow, MarketWatch
…the veteran Cabot Market Letter was a successful bull both after the 2002 lows, baling out farsightedly in 2007, and from early 2009 … over the past five years, the letter was up an annualized 10.89% vs. just 1.33% annualized for the total return Wilshire 5000. Indeed, over the past fifteen years, the letter is up an impressive 8.02% annualized vs. 6.18% annualized for the total return Wilshire—a difference that really compounds. That’s why I call Cabot a veteran letter.
Peter Brimelow, MarketWatch
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