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Cabot Wealth Launches New Digital Investment Magazine

Financial Freedom Federation is designed for the investor who wants
the peace-of-mind to live comfortably now and through retirement.

SALEM, Mass. – Aug. 3, 2020 – Cabot Wealth Network, an independent source of stock investment advice for the last 50 years, announced today it launched a new digital magazine, Financial Freedom Federation. The member-funded publication features monthly content written for individuals who want to secure financial independence during retirement on their own and with the skill and confidence of a professional investment advisor.


A full retirement today means stress-free living with control of your financial destiny while being prepared to make decisions of any kind with enough financial resources to support your choices. And while investing in the stock market is considered the best way to achieve financial freedom, to be truly free, investors need to invest on their own—without the cost or assistance of investment advisors who charge numerous fees and/or take a percentage of the return.

“Financial Freedom means different things to different people,” noted Nancy Zambell, the magazine’s editor-in-chief. “It could be paying off a mortgage and the monthly bills for some. Or it could mean paying for education for children or planning for a comfortable retirement. For others, it’s having the freedom to buy what they want, travel where they want to go, and do what they want to do. The Financial Freedom Federation magazine was created to help reach these goals.”

Financial Freedom Federation members receive monthly issues, premium reports full of in-depth analysis and specific how-to advice about investing, weekly investor briefings from a team of expert analysts that cover trending topics and specific stock advice, and an online library of investment content available 24-hours a day.

“Retirement today poses new challenges for individuals wanting to live financially free during their golden years. We’ve noticed a growing market of investors specifically on that mission,” said Ed Coburn, president of Cabot Wealth Network. “By leveraging the wealth of retirement-focused content within Cabot, we are able to create an effective resource that is newly branded for this particular community of investors.”

Editor-in-Chief Nancy Zambell has spent 30 years educating and helping individual investors navigate the minefields of the financial industry. She has created and/or written numerous investment publications, including UnDiscovered Stocks, UnTapped Opportunities, and Nancy Zambell’s Buried Treasures Under $10. Nancy has worked with for many years as an editor and interviewer for their on-site video studios.

As a lecturer and educator, Nancy has led seminars for individual investors at the National Association of Investors, Investment Expo and the Money Show. She has also taught finance, economics and banking at the college level, and has been quoted extensively in The Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, USA Today, and BusinessWeek.

Nancy’s book, Make Money Buying & Selling Stocks is an introduction for new investors and a reminder for experienced investors on how to profit in the stock market.

Visit the Financial Freedom Federation website for more information.

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About Cabot Wealth Network

Cabot Wealth Network, established in 1970, is a trusted independent source of advice for individuals striving to take control of their investments and find the best stocks. Its 20 investment advisory services and annual Summit event deliver high-quality advice to more than 200,000 individual investors and investment professionals in 141 countries. Headquartered in historic Salem, Mass., in a converted 1934 public library Cabot Wealth employees take great pride in providing intelligent investment advice and timely, personal service without the hype and fabricated claims. Cabot is a member of the American Association of Individual Investors, Better Business Bureau, Specialized Information Publishers Association, and the Salem Chamber of Commerce.