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My Final Revolutionary Stock

September 26, 2013
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In last week’s column, I asked your opinion on John Kenneth’s Galbraith’s 1958 theory that free markets oversupply luxuries because commercial advertising stimulates demand for unnecessary goods and services—in the process diverting money from public goods. Case in point was the gold iPhone that Apple had just introduced. Your responses: “Dear Timothy…… I think that Galbraith’s basic premise is wrong; he seemed to think that advertising drives demand. I think that is just wrong. Companies like PepsiCo, RCA and Apple have spent a lot of time and money figuring out what people want and then offering it to them....

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Eighth Revolutionary Stock

September 9, 2013
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The car in the picture below is a 1912 Woods Electric Brougham, a top-of-the-line, pollution-free automobile that had a maximum speed of 20 mph and a range of 100 miles before recharging was necessary. A great city car in its time, the Woods Electric started easily in any weather, it was quiet, and there were no gears to shift. Also, you could wear your hat inside! payday loans repay over 6 months and easy approval payday loans cash advance georgetown tx or community payday loanpayday loans social assistance, payday loan no broker This Woods Electric belongs to the Owl’s...

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The Best Revolutionary Stocks: Stratasys (SSYS)

August 26, 2013
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Normally, at this time of year, buying cialis the market gets quiet. With big investors on vacation most of August and little investors preparing to join them for a long Labor Day weekend, trading activity tends to dry up and with it, volatility. But every year is different, and the way the market’s been acting this year, I wouldn’t be surprised to see the market execute a stealth breakout to new highs by the start of September. prednisone ordering cialis sales uk accutane canada No, I’m not predicting that; I’m not predicting anything. But the market has been strong...

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The Best Revolutionary Stocks: Quidel Corp. (QDEL)

August 19, 2013
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As I start this email (on Friday afternoon), I’m just recovering from two days of intense interpersonal communication with the attendees of the Cabot Investor Conference. As a guy who often goes months without seeing a customer, the experience was gratifying, but draining. If you were one of the lucky attendees, I want to thank you again for attending. I think we all benefited enormously from the experience. order furosemidewhich is better viagra cialis best viagra And if you couldn’t make the trip, well, I hope you make it next year. Stocks discussed at the conference included: Amazon.com, Apple,...

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Tim Lutts Names Another Revolutionary Stock

August 8, 2013
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Last week brought the following email. “I’m a new subscriber to Cabot Stock of the Month and have to say THANKS! It’s making a huge difference in my portfolio. “One question for you, how should we approach the tapering of QE later this year? What are your projections for how it will impact the markets? Is it already “built in”, or will we experience some significant shock? How to prepare for this eventuality?” J.C., Walsenburg, Colorado My answer: Forget about it. The market discounts everything. This means that it is constantly reflecting investors’ latest perceptions about the effect of...

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