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Fraud by any other name is still fraud

Aug
28

By Chris Hamilton

Once upon a time, there was a thing called a “free-market” and for a time nations strove toward this ideal. To wit, a free market economy was a market-based economy where prices for goods and services would be set freely by the forces of supply and demand and allowed to reach their point of equilibrium without intervention by government policy, and it typically entailed support for highly competitive markets and private ownership of productive enterprises. But power and belief shifted and faith now resides in governmental fiscal policy (spend more, tax less) and central banker interest rate policy (make money ever cheaper) to avoid the free markets down-cycles and extend its up-cycles infinitely. The central bank high priests have determined free markets are better replaced by command economies and further the priests’ purport they know appropriate levels of demand and supply…and absent the achievement of these levels, they will enforce their will even if the Fed’s programs are the likely cause that retards the Fed’s from achieving their stated goals! READ MORE

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Biderman on Fox Business looking at the economy’s fundamentals

May
27


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Biderman talks bonds and stocks in reaction to jobs numbers on CNBC

May
03

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Biderman Says Buy Stocks Post Ides of April

Apr
09

How to Invest Safely in Today’s Volatility

Jan
27

TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman and Jim Bianco of Bianco Research discuss investment strategy during today’s volatile economic times. For a complete transcript: READ MORE

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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

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.

Biderman Discusses Fund Flows on CNBC

Dec
03

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Biderman on CNBC: “Q.E. is a zero sum game”

Nov
04

 

TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman was on CNBC Monday morning with Rick Santelli discussing stock and bond inflows.

Surging Stocks and Slumping Economy Duality To Continue For a While

Oct
03

In my last video I opined that the secret of my success has been an ability to accurately describe the conditions of the financial markets and economy exactly the way they are and exactly the way they are not. Why is that useful? Read More

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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