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Biderman’s Daily Edge: Investors Selling Because They Need the Money

Nov
01

Individual investors have been getting out of US equity mutual funds for most of this year. And the pace of outflows has been soaring recently. Outflows for all of 2012 now stand at $100 billion. Half of that, $50 billion, came out during the last three months. Flight from the funds is not a new trend. In fact, about $134 billion flowed out of equity mutual funds in 2011. ÊWhat’s really puzzling is that despite these heavy outflows, stock prices have gone up. Read More

Dividend ETFs Underperform Overall Market While Float Shrink Outperforms All

Oct
11

Dividend ETFs are very popular. After all in a world where money market funds earn nothing, a nice dividend yield sounds great. Dividend and mutual fund ETF portfolio managers are all over the financial media using interviews and ads touting dividend based investing. As a result a whopping $4.8 billion last year went into just three dividend ETFs, the Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF, VIG, the iShares High Dividend ETF, HDV, and the Wisdom Tree Total Dividend ETF, DTD. Read More

Biderman’s Daily Edge 8/20/2012: Corporate Earnings & Revenues Destined to Disappoint in Q3 & Q4

Aug
20


Many bullish Wall Street analysts seem to be expecting decent second half earnings and revenue growth for the stock market as whole and that is their justification for current stock prices. I say there is no way earnings per share and revenues will grow in aggregate over the second half of this year. I do not include financial stocks in this accounting. That’s because big bank stocks’ earnings per share are based upon the same myth that the current stock market valuation is based upon, and that is the Bernanke Put. The Bernanke put says the Fed will print enough money to buy existing loans, and then everyone lives happily ever after. Read More

Biderman’s Market Picks 8/13/2012

Aug
13

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TrimTabs Says Mattress Remains Most Popular Destination for Investor Cash

Aug
09

Staggering $356 Billion Pours into Checking and Savings Accounts in First Half of 2012

Sausalito, CA – August 9, 2012 – TrimTabs Investment Research said today that inflows into checking and savings accounts are far outpacing inflows into all other major investment vehicles.

“The Fed and other central banks are doing everything in their power to convince investors to play the speculative game in rigged stock markets,” said Charles Biderman, CEO of TrimTabs.  “But investors aren’t taking the bait.  The most popular destination for investor cash is the mattress.”

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

Biderman’s Practices of Success

I recently launched a new online course, Biderman's Practices of Success, on Curious.com (curious.com/charlesbiderman). The key to the practice of success is to be fully present in the moment and to be totally engaged in the important areas of life, particularly when we do not want to be. Read More.

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