Timothy Lutts is the president of the Cabot Heritage Corporation, one of America's oldest and most respected independent investment newsletter publishers which was founded by his father, Carlton G. Lutts. Cabot's newsletters includes its flagship publication, the Cabot Market Letter, the Cabot China Investor Report, the Cabot Top 10 Report, the Cabot Benjamin Graham Value Letter, and the Cabot Stock of the Month Report. Using Cabot's award-winning market timing indicators, Mr. Lutts, with more than 20 years of investing experience, specializes in the early identification of young, fast-growing companies such as Amazon.com, Home Depot, JDS Uniphase, Qualcomm, Apple Computer, and Google. He has been featured on the cover of Timer Digest, and in articles in magazines such as Bloomberg, CBS Marketwatch, Forbes, Morningstar, SmartMoney, and more. Mr. Lutts is a graduate of Northeastern University.
Visa (V) — a conservative pick for 2022 — was hit hard in October after the company released a disappointing quarterly report, recalls Timothy Lutts, editor of Cabot Stock of the Week.
For aggressive investors, the technology industry has long offered the most exciting opportunities for rapid growth, as the world’s appetite for data transfer storage and analysis continues to grow, notes Timothy Lutts, editor of Cabot Stock of the Week.
Verano Holdings (VRNOF) is the fifth-largest of the vertically integrated multi-state operators in the cannabis business in the U.S., notes Timothy Lutts, editor of Cabot Marijuana Investor.
Our selection of NextEra Energy (NEE) is partially defensive; I think that after 2020’s strong finish, a substantial market correction — or worse — is likely, explains Timothy Lutts, editor of Cabot Stock of the Week.