Archive for December, 2012

Biderman’s Market Picks 12/24/2012

Dec
24

Biderman’s Market Picks Available Now!

The TrimTabs Money Blog is pleased to announce the current issue 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 covers how Charles is investing a $100,000 model portfolio.

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Japan Will Lead the Coming Government Bond Ponzi Scheme Collapse

Dec
21

Yesterday Zero Hedge had a link to Kyle Bass’ one hour brilliant dissection of the present disastrous condition of the global financial world that he says within two years will result in a fiscal collapse led by Japan and followed by Europe, including Germany, China and of course the US. Read More

Buy Float Shrink & Tech Stocks Whether Market Cracks or Not

Dec
20

Over the past year since I started doing these videos, I have said many times that I expect the stock market to crash at some point in time, the only question is when. That does not mean I do not own and buy stocks. Yes, while my holdings include gold, inflation protected Treasuries and short positions, I am also long stocks and have been regularly buying. Read More

Biderman and Fleckenstein: When will the bond and stock markets crack?

Dec
19

TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman spoke with short seller Bill Fleckenstein about the stock and bond markets and discussed why the process has already started. The two also dissect the pending fiscal cliff deal’s impact on the economy and the markets.

Biderman’s Market Picks 12/17/2012

Dec
17

Biderman’s Market Picks Available Now!

The TrimTabs Money Blog is pleased to announce the current issue 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 covers how Charles is investing a $100,000 model portfolio.

If you’re already a subscriber, please log in here. If you’re not a subscriber, you can buy single issues for just $10. For now, you can also buy an annual subscription for just $260, which is half off the regular price of $519.

New Year could see immediate recession at worst, slower growth at best

Dec
13

Here we are two weeks to year end. Before I can make any kind of prediction about the economy and the stock market in 2013 I need to know the results, if any, of the fiscal cliff battle that is going on in Washington. I do know enough to predict that whatever happens will, at worst, mean an immediate recession in 2013, or, at best, much slower growth. And that, to put it mildly, will not be good for the stock market. Read More

Media Needs to Start Questioning Government Data

Dec
12

I was on Fox Business News on Tuesday’s market close show and left upset. The co-host David Asman ended the chat by implying that I must be a kook for saying that the US government is committing financial fraud. He did not ask, and apparently was not interested in any facts about what why I say that. Read More

TrimTabs and BarclayHedge Report Hedge Funds Redeem $10.8 billion in October 2012

Dec
11

Hedge Fund Industry Outperforms S&P 500 in October but Underperforms Year-To-Date

Top 10% Performing Funds See Inflows of $4.8 billion in Past Year; Bottom 40% Redeem $25.2 Billion

 

New York, NY — December 11, 2012 — BarclayHedge and TrimTabs Investment Research reported today that hedge fund investors redeemed $10.8 billion (0.6% of assets) in October, reversing a combined $9.8 billion inflow for August and September. Based on data from 3,040 funds, the TrimTabs/BarclayHedge Hedge Fund Flow Report estimated that industry assets stood at $1.8 trillion in October, down 26.1% from the June 2008 peak of $2.4 trillion. Read More

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Obama Dangerous Thinking He is Smarter Than He Is

Dec
11

The most dangerous leader is one who thinks he is smarter then he actually is. To me, that is why Barack Obama is the most dangerous US president in recent times. He has accomplished little since he became President, other than adding another layer of bureaucracy to healthcare. Has even one member ever extolled Obama as a president who can get anything done? Or is his presidency more characterized by blaming others for his problems? Final point, he gave away billions in start up money to help supposedly cutting edge technology companies that failed virtually immediately after. Read More

Biderman’s Market Picks 12/10/2012

Dec
10

Biderman’s Market Picks Available Now!

The TrimTabs Money Blog is pleased to announce the current issue 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 covers how Charles is investing a $100,000 model portfolio.

If you’re already a subscriber, please log in here. If you’re not a subscriber, you can buy single issues for just $10. For now, you can also buy an annual subscription for just $260, which is half off the regular price of $519.

Charles BidermanCharles Biderman is the Chairman of TrimTabs Investment Research and Portfolio Manager of the TrimTabs Float Shrink ETF (TTFS)

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