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Elyse Andrews

Elyse Andrews, is a contributor and former editor of Cabot Wealth Daily, focusing on educational topics on finance, the stock market and individual stocks.

Before joining Cabot, Elyse worked at various newspapers around the country. She worked as a writer and researcher at USA Today, a copy editor for the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund and as a copy editor and page designer at Newsday on Long Island.

Elyse has a dual degree in newspaper journalism and political science from Syracuse University.

From this author
Editor Elyse Andrews shares some of the most important lessons that she’s learned while working at Cabot.
A look at the fourth quarter, October through December, when the market was anything but kind to investors.
A look at the third quarter, July though September, when the market plunged.
Today I am going to highlight some of our best advice from the second quarter of 2011.
A collection of some of our best advice from January through March 2011.
Some retail-related stocks are poised to benefit from Black Friday and beyond.
Some retail-related stocks are poised to benefit from Black Friday and beyond.
Today, I’m going to get back to basics and share some of the fundamental educational information you need to be a successful investor.
Halloween was Monday, but it seems like the stock market has been playing tricks on investors all year.
Stay positive, think big and keep your eyes open for new, exciting, revolutionary ideas. (AMZN) and a small, mostly unknown stock offer opportunities in this market.
Dunkin’ Brands (DNKN) and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) are two bright spots in a sea of negative news.
The world lost a true visionary this week when Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died.
Investors are entering one of the most challenging eras in the history of investing and I couldn’t think of a better time to invest in small-cap stocks.
Cabot Small-Cap Confidential is celebrating is fourth anniversary this month.
Cabot’s proprietary market timing indicators have a new buy signal.
Over the years, countless investors have asked us for advice on investing in exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
Cabot editors share their favorite books on investing.
My education in stocks started when my grandmother bought me my first stock.
An undisciplined trader will want to dive back in at the first decent bounce.
A special edition of Cabot Wealth Advisory featuring a special video bulletin from Cabot Market Letter Editor Mike Cintolo.
Protect your capital. And your sanity. Your portfolio will thank you.
A few investing mid-year resolutions that you can use to improve your investing performance in 2011 and beyond.
Despite Apple stores being faked in China, the company’s business there is soaring.