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Crista Huff

Chief Analyst, Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor

Crista Huff is the lead analyst of Cabot Undervalued Stocks Advisor, where she combines a strict fundamental methodology with technical analysis, to identify growth and value stocks whose charts are turning bullish.

Crista spent over 20 years working for large global corporations, including 13 years at Morgan Stanley, where she was a Vice President and Financial Advisor. In 2011, she launched a stock market website, Goodfellow, in which the vast majority of Crista’s model portfolios outperformed their comparable U.S. market indices by margins of 50% to 100% and more—with less risk.

In addition to her investment career, Crista has an extensive political and economic background. She taught thousands of Colorado voters how to get involved in politics and effectively make their voices heard, opening the door for them to become volunteers, employees, delegates, candidates, elected officials and policy leaders. Most recently, she worked as an international trade advocate in Washington D.C., teaching Congresspeople about the intricacies of trade agreements and how they could better formulate policies that benefit U.S. jobs and the economy.

Crista is a frequent guest on political and financial radio shows across the U.S.A.

From this author
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Insurance stocks have been hot this month. To take advantage of the momentum, Athene Holdings is a perfect mid-cap insurance stock for growth and income.
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Everybody knows Alphabet, or Google. But sometimes GOOGL stock gets surprisingly undervalued. When it happens, you need to pounce.
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Eighteen months ago, I tried online dating. My first date was a disaster. Here’s the story of how it went - and how it relates to investing.
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Tyson Foods stock is a solid growth and value candidate for your portfolio even at new all-time highs. Just ask Jim Cramer.
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Alternative Asset Managers KKR (KKR) & Ares Management (ARES) are doing something interesting. They are making one profound change that you can profit from.
Alaska Air stock has the perfect combination of growth and value, and looks quite buyable now that it’s near the bottom of an established trading range.
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Market volatility has started to resurface in recent weeks. If another correction is nigh, here are three investment strategies to weather the storm.
Food price inflation is about to become a big concern for U.S. consumers and investors alike. But not for the reason (i.e. trade war) you might think.
Thanks to Apple, Qualcomm stock (QCOM) just jumped 20 points in less than three days. Does that mean it’s too late to buy?
Anadarko Petroleum is weighing two substantial buyout offers. The outcome has ramifications for all three public companies. Are any of them worth buying?
There are a variety of reasons stocks fall, and understanding those reasons is key to whether you should consider buy those stocks on the cheap.