Reuters ran a bloggers opinion piece which said that the rest of Europe would be better off without Germany. That can only be true if investors will continue to believe in something for nothing. Remember, our David Santschi on a June 13 video suggested Germany would be much better off leaving the Euro mess sooner rather than later. Read More
Several of you have asked what happens afterwards. What happens after Europe, the markets and even the current US miasma ends? Even my wife asked me that question. Well, what I do see is deflating assets and inflating commodity prices.
Here in the US when the Bernanke put dies prices of assets such as stocks, businesses and particularly government bonds will deflate. Without the Fed haven given trillions of newly printed money to bankers and brokers, stocks and bond would be lots lower in price. Read More
Sausalito, CA – June 27, 2012 – TrimTabs Investment Research announced today that it is launching a quantitative investment product designed for retail investors. The latest reading advises investors to allocate only 50% of their portfolio to equities.
“We’re thrilled that retail investors will be able to use some of our quantitative research in their own portfolios for the first time,” said Charles Biderman, CEO of TrimTabs. “A back-tested model portfolio based on the new <a href="http://charlesbiderman.com/flowindex/">TrimTabs Flow Index</a> has outperformed the S&P 500 by 4.6% annualized since 2000.” <a href="http://charlesbiderman.com/?p=3680"><b>Read More</b></a>
A fortune teller recently told me that a black swan will soon kill the Bernanke put. When I asked when, all the fortune teller could say was that the black swan is aloft and already is stalking the Bernanke put. That means to me that the end could come as early as sometime this year or certainly by the end of 2013. Read More
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TrimTabs President & CEO Charles Biderman talks with Jim Bianco in a two-part video interview about Operation Twist, the FED’s quantitative easing, fixing the issues surrounding the Euro, a ‘Bernanke Put’ and gold prices.
TrimTabs’ President & CEO Charles Biderman speaks with Madeline Schnapp, Director of Macroeconomic Research about economic growth and where the economy is headed with the Presidential Election approaching. Read More
The Federal Reserve has begun its two day Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Stocks rose and have been rising apparently due to expectations that the Fed will announce another round of easing. Investors obviously think a Fed easing means higher stock prices. And that has been what did happen the last three times, at least for a while. Read More
The TrimTabs Money Blog is pleased to announce the launch of Biderman’s Market Picks, a weekly video newsletter by Charles Biderman. This newsletter is designed to help you maximize long term investment gains while minimizing short term risks.
Each weekly issue of Biderman’s Markets Picks has three parts. The first part covers what Charles is thinking about the stock market. The second part presents Charles’ views on the economy. The third part shows how Charles is investing a $100,000 model portfolio to try to profit from the information in the first two parts.
I remain long term bearish on European stocks and as well as the big US banks. Why?
Greek public opinion is that they want to stay in the Euro but they want easier terms. At first blush it does not make sense to me why they would want to stay in the Euro? The Greek economy is a disaster and getting worse, so why would they not want to go in another direction? The only answer I can come up with is they like being able to borrow money to pay their bills and, even better, never having to pay the loans back. That makes sense. Read More
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