Has the Fed’s Tapering Ended Five-Year Bull Market?

Jan
23

TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman and Jim Bianco of Bianco research discuss whether or not the Federal Reserve’s tapering has ended a five-year bull market. READ MORE

Investor’s Business Daily mentions TTFS in “5 Actively Managed ETFs That Beat the Market in 2013″

Jan
15

Trang Ho of Investor’s Business Daily discussed TrimTabs Float Shrink ETF in his latest piece noting:

“•TrimTabs Float Shrink (TTFS), up 44%, beat the S&P by 12 percentage points last year after lagging the benchmark the prior year by 2 percentage points. Investor assets swelled more than tenfold in 2013 to about $104 million currently. READ MORE

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Stocks Should Keep Bubbling Up Early January

Dec
31

When Less Money Starts Chasing More Shares Stocks Will Drop

 

For anyone who owns stocks 2013 has been a great year. For everyone else, the economy sucks. In 2013, the US stock market soared 30% and Exchange Traded Funds that invest in companies shrinking the number of shares rose over 42%. Read More

Talking Economics with Jim Bianco: Why Government Data is Useless

Dec
18

TrimTabs’ President and CEO Charles Biderman speaks with Jim Bianco of Bianco Research about the current state of our economy in the third episode of a three-part series.

Talking Economics with Jim Bianco: Why Stocks Are Likely to Keep Rising For Now

Dec
17

TrimTabs’ President and CEO Charles Biderman speaks with Jim Bianco of Bianco Research about the current state of our economy and stock prices in the second episode of a three-part series.

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Talking Economics with Jim Bianco: Why US Growth Limited to 2% or Less

Dec
16


TrimTabs’ President and CEO Charles Biderman speaks with Jim Bianco of Bianco Research about the current state of our economy in the first episode of a three-part series.

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Biderman Discusses Fund Flows on CNBC

Dec
03

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GDP & BLS Job Numbers Are Worthless Garbage!

Nov
14

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 204,000 new November jobs and everybody said wow, the US economy must be doing better then we thought. Similarly, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reported that the US Gross Domestic Product grew by 2.8 percent in the September quarter. If you only used government data, the impression is that maybe the economy is indeed getting better and we can grow our way out of the current no growth swamp. Read More

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

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