Charles Biderman talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene


Charles Biderman, chief executive officer of TrimTabs Investment Research Inc., says “companies have been reducing the amount of money they are spending on dividends compared to buybacks.” Biderman talks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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Biderman on CNBC: “Not a good sign if you see individual investors getting in when the market is starting to break.”


TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman was on CNBC Monday discussing how investors have bought the recent market peak, surmising the future might not be bright while the market cracks.

Biderman’s Daily Edge: Investors Bailing Since Taper Time Started, US Economy Nowhere Near Recovery


Fear and greed rule markets. Always have. Always will. Since the start of this year, when the Fed was creating $4 billion of new money daily, $85 billion monthly and $1 trillion annually, and saying it would be keep doing that forever, investors got very greedy. Investors kept buying stocks, bonds, emerging markets, gold, all that stuff. On May 22 almost all markets were at multi-year if not all time highs. Read More

Bernanke Said Taper & Free Money Addicts Felt Withdrawal Symptoms


Stock and bond prices both here and abroad have been going up and down like a yoyo lately. Some of you must be wondering what the heck is going on here? Well, here is my opinion. Investors globally have become addicted to newly created free money ever since 2009. Therefore, when Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke intimated on May 22 that the free money will “Taper”, the markets have been acting similar to how heroin addicts would respond if they knew their drug would not be available anymore. Read More

Portfolio Manager’s Commentary – June 2013


The S&P 500 Index rose 2.10% in May, its seventh consecutive monthly gain. While “sell in May and go away” has not worked well so far this year, what should investors expect for June? We do not try to do short-term market timing at TrimTabs, but historical data helps put the situation into perspective. Since 1950, the S&P 500 Index has risen in seven consecutive months 14 times, or roughly once every 4.5 years. Eight-month rallies occurred eight times (the last ended in January 2007). On the other hand, declines in consecutive months are far rarer. Since 1950, the S&P 500 Index fell for seven straight months only once. Read More

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Charles Biderman on MoneyLife with Chuck Jaffe


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Biderman on CNBC talking May’s 135k Job Number


TrimTabs Reports U.S. Economy Adds 135,000 Jobs in May – Employment Growth Averages Lackluster 121,000 Jobs per Month This Year


Sausalito, CA — June 5, 2013 — TrimTabs Investment Research estimates that the U.S. economy added 135,000 jobs in May, up from 67,000 jobs in April.

“Employment growth is stuck in low gear,” said David Santschi, Chief Executive Officer of TrimTabs. “The economy has added an average of 121,000 jobs per month this year, which by itself is not enough to reduce unemployment.” Read More

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