Cliff Droke

Clif Droke is the editor of the three times weekly Momentum Strategies Report newsletter, published since 1997, which covers U.S. equity markets and various stock sectors, natural resources, money supply and bank credit trends, the dollar and the U.S. economy.  The forecasts are made using a unique proprietary blend of analytical methods involving cycles, internal momentum and moving average systems, as well as investor sentiment.  He is also the author of numerous books, including most recently “2014: America’s Date With Destiny.” For more information visit www.clifdroke.com.

Articles by Cliff Droke

It is been our plaintive plea for some time that investors should begin looking for ways to exit their long positions in U.S. equities and begin transferring their money to safer financial instruments in anticipation of the coming stock...
Stocks continued sideways last week as the ongoing, multi-week distribution phase of the equities mania continued apace with enlightened pros dumping shares on the benighted masses who constitute the buying segment of the market. This...
An article appearing in the Wall Street Journal last week heralded the return of the speculative mania, stating that "exuberance is back." The article made reference to last week's surge of several broad market indices as they shook off...
Having grown accustomed to steadily rising rates of inflation over the better part of 20 years, Americans have been inculcated with the belief that inflationary trends pose the only threat to economic stability. Bad memories of the...
The Dow and the Chicago Bulls exit with a flourish The Chicago Bulls, like tungsten filament in a light bulb, shone their brightest just before total burn-out. At the same time, the bulls of Wall Street demonstrated the same ultimate...
Interesting developments have occurred in the leading global stock market indices since we made our last market comments.
Bank credit is the single most important element behind the economic stability—or instability—of nearly every country in the world under the control of a central bank. This truism is more true here in America than in any other country. A...
The NASDAQ market index fared just as poorly, falling nearly 27 points to close at 1778. Our volume and momentum indicators also continued to fall, providing further confirmation for our ongoing bearish scenario.
We commented last week on the renewed turmoil in Asian markets, and that turmoil shows no sign of abating anytime soon. Markets across the board in Pacific Rim countries were down last week, accompanied by the continued slide in Indonesia'...
One of the chief hallmarks of stock market bubbles (as we are presently experiencing) is the prolific rate at which publicly traded companies attempt to enhance their bottom line through mergers and acquisitions.

Pages

The California Gold Rush began on January 24, 1848 when gold was found by James W. Marshall at Sutter's Mill in Coloma.