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Biderman on Taking Stock Podcast: More money chasing fewer shares


TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman joined Pimm Fox and Carol Massar on Bloomberg’s Taking Stock Podcast to discuss how companies are either buying back shares or purchasing companies with cash because interest rates are at zero percent. You can listen to the audio here.

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Biderman on Bloomberg Radio Tracking US Equities


TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman was on Bloomberg Radio this week discussing tracking US Equities and his overall outlook of the Economy. Click Here to listen to his interview.

Biderman discusses wage and salary growth on CNBC


Charles Biderman and CNBC’s Rick Santelli discuss wage and salary growth year-over-year in March; whether the U.S. economy is picking up steam; and take a look at ETF outflows globally.

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Long Term Bulls Believe Governments Manage Economies Better Than Markets


Princeton Professor and NY Times columnist Paul Krugman must be feeling the heat. In a recent blog he referred to David Stockman’s March 31 brilliant NY Times oped was “pathetic and embarrassing.” Why do I say Stockman’s article was brilliant?  Stockman’s main point is that, “Sooner or later, within a few years, this latest Wall Street bubble, inflated by an egregious flood of phony money from the Federal Reserve rather than real economic gains, will explode.” Read More

Expect Immediate Negative Impact From Higher Taxes


The US and global stock markets and economies will be immediately negatively impacted by higher US taxes, and that appears where we are headed with or without a fiscal cliff deal. It appears that the best deal we can expect, if there is one, would raises taxes by $200 billion annually. That would result in an annualized 3% drop in after-tax take home pay. Read More

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Market’s Dead Cat Bounce Fooling the Short Term Greedy


Today’s dead cat bounce will fool the short term greedy into getting back into the stock market. All that really happened was that this past Sunday both Democrats and Republicans went on TV and made nice, nice to each other. The politicos said that they would work diligently on a solution to the fiscal cliff. And then Congress left Washington on holiday until the middle of next week and Obama went to Burma. Read More

Government Incapable of Providing Services, Causing Fiscal Cliff


By Charles Biderman


There are two parts to the fiscal cliff equation. Government spending on services and taxes. Unfortunately almost all the discussion about how to fix the long term problem has been about taxes. Focusing on taxes to raise revenues to provide government services requires making a key assumption that governments can effectively provide services. But what if the real problem is that the US government by its nature is incapable of providing cost effective services? I say that government spending on services are not only cost ineffective but probably harmful to the overall economy. Read More

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