Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility

Clif Droke

Senior Analyst

Clif Droke is a Senior Analyst at Cabot Wealth Network. For over 20 years, he has worked as a writer, analyst and editor of several market-oriented advisory services and has written several books on technical trading in the stock market, including “Channel Buster: How to Trade the Most Profitable Chart Pattern” and “The Stock Market Cycles.”

From this author
Using ETFs to add a gold inflation hedge to your portfolio is far simpler than investing in physical gold, here are two options I like.
With sector rotation on the rise, industrials are picking up steam, and these railroad stocks are moving nicely.
The 10 highest-paying dividend stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial all yield more than 3%. But which of them would I buy today?
Rising prices could readily prompt short covering in the energy sector, and these two oil stocks are prime candidates for a short-covering rally.
Copper prices and copper stocks have been sizzling of late, and these two stocks are primed to benefit in a world with growing copper consumption.
Consumer trends are changing in a big way but demand for caffeine has never been higher. That’s setting up big opportunities for investors in energy drink stocks.
After an upbeat earnings season for tech, signs of sector rotation are rising, which bodes well for the prospects of industrials like these three railroad stocks.
“As Goes January, So Goes the Year,” or so the saying goes. But what does January’s action tell us about the year ahead?
More than 75% of the S&P 500 pays a dividend these days. Here are the 10 highest-paying dividend stocks in the index.
Consumer discretionary is reporting the second-highest yearly earnings growth rate of all S&P 500 subsectors, which sets up an opportunity in overlooked retail stocks.
The “January Effect” is a well-known phenomenon that looks to January to guide the way for the rest of the year. Here’s what it says about 2024.
Gold has been moving in fits and starts for the last several years, but evidence is building that this may finally be the year that bulls take control.
Economic developments and a weakening stock market in China may be flashing warning signs for energy markets here in the U.S. Here’s how to prepare.
After two years of bear markets, chops, narrow rallies and fits and starts, evidence is building that growth stocks should lead the way once again.
With an election year on the horizon, now’s the perfect time to consider how to position your portfolio before election season is well and truly underway.
After false starts in 2022 and 2023, is 2024 finally the year that gold bulls retake control?
Stock ownership among Americans recently hit a record high, but is it something to worry about for your own investing portfolio?
The stock market tends to underperform in an election year, and with one on the horizon, here’s how to prepare.
Recent signs of cooling inflation and a diminished Fed have prompted a rally in equities. More than ever, now’s the time to focus on growth stocks.
Last week featured a resurgence in weakness in equities, these are the three signs to watch for a stock market bottom in Q4.
Higher bond yields and a stronger dollar have tamped down the performance of the yellow metal, but recent developments point to a short-term opportunity in gold.
Energy drinks are supplanting coffee and rapidly becoming the beverage of choice for Millennials looking for a caffeine fix. These three energy drink stocks are my favorite way to take advantage of the trend.
While Starbucks (SBUX) and Yeti (YETI) are two very different companies, a corporate policy at one may have tipped the odds in favor of the other.
Mattel (MAT) and Hasbro (HAS) both offer a slate of beloved toy lines, but which is the better stock heading into the holiday season?
Elevated Treasury yields are a warning that inflation isn’t yet fully contained and should be a yellow caution flag for bullish investors.
A combination of supply cuts and rising demand is finally lifting oil prices after a year of decline, these three stocks can help you capitalize on the rebound in crude.
Signs of rotation and institutional investment in defensive sectors could be setting the stage for late-summer market volatility. Here’s how to prepare.
While America’s interest and investment in clean energy has rapidly accelerated, it’s lost sight of the infrastructure needed to bring clean energy to homes and businesses. These 3 companies are helping the country meet those needs.
The fall in crude prices has investors looking past the oil patch, but tightening supplies could make these 3 companies potential winners.
After three years of bottled-up travel plans, vacationers are back with a vengeance, which is good news for these travel stocks.