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Memorial Hall Library subscribes to the following investment newsletters. All are kept in binders near the Reference Desk. We keep a year's worth of issues for each newsletter. Ask a librarian for access to online versions.
Cabot Growth Investor
The Cabot Growth Investor is the flagship advisory newsletter of the Cabot Wealth Network, which is headquartered in Salem, MA. First published in 1970 as the Cabot Market Letter, Cabot Growth Investor is today considered a successful veteran among investment newsletters. Each issue contains a front page overview that concludes with a brief "What to do now" statement, a Model Portfolio Update with suggestions to buy or hold, a Watch List of stocks worth keeping an eye on, and a section highlighting Other Stocks of Interest.
Fidelity Monitor & Insight
Fidelity Monitor & Insight provides independent analysis (it is not affiliated with Fidelity Investments) and recommendations on Fidelity's 200+ mutual funds. Each month's issue features Buy/Hold/Sell ratings, fund data including price, total assets, and total and average annual return values, the latest Fidelity news on new funds, manager changes, and fee waivers, and in-depth analyses on Fidelity funds, current eceonomic data, and long-term trends affecting markets.
The Kiplinger Letter: Forecasts for Exectutives and Investors
The Kiplinger Letter is considered the most widely read business forecasting periodical in the world. Each week's issue contains four pages that predict happenings in business, the economy, legislation and regulation in Washington, technology, world affairs, and investing. The writing style is colloquial but compact, and key points are underlined for easy scanning. Interfiled with the weekly issues are monthly editorial supplements full of "Ideas to Act on Now."
Moneyletter is for individual investors who want to manage their own mutual fund investments. Published since 1980, Moneyletter tracks more than 850 funds and focuses on the 200 top performers. Each issue contains a concise analysis of the markets with recommendations for asset allocation, statistics showing performance data on hundreds of domestic and international stock funds and ETFs, and in-depth profiles of the nation's top mutual funds.
Authored by analysts and investment strategists at CFRA (formerly the Center for Financial Research and Analysis), The Outlook is an 8-page newsletter containing buy/hold/sell rankings on more than 1100 U.S. stocks. It includes commentaries and performance information for all 11 sectors and their sub-industries, along with "strong buy" and "buy" recommendations within each sub-industry.