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Biderman on CNBC: Global Zero Interest Rates Creating Global Recession

Dec
18

TrimTabs’ Charles Biderman went on CNBC with Rick Santelli to talk about the affect of zero interest rates around the world creating a global recession.

Biderman Discusses Major Disconnect Between Stock Market and Economy on CNBC

Nov
19

Below: Santelli and Harris discuss Biderman’s earlier comments.

Chris Hamilton: China Likely Bought 10,000 tons of Gold…and if They Did, Here’s Why

Oct
29

My article “10,000 tons of gold…The math says China could have easily done it!” explains how it’s possible or even likely China has amassed 10,000+ tons of gold. What it doesn’t explain is the context as to why this is so important. I know some now this story well, but for most, this needs repeating. READ MORE

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Chris Hamilton: 10,000 Tons of Gold Bought? – The math says China could have easily done it!

Oct
27

Since August ’11 to August of ’14, China has decreased its holdings of US Treasury debt by $9 Billion (according to the most recent TIC data)…while continuing to run record trade surpluses with the US. This means China will have (by year end 2014) taken in $951 Billion in shiny, new, digital dollars since 2011 and simultaneously sold or rolled off $9 Billion in US Treasury holdings…so China will have had to find a home for $960 Billion new dollars.

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Biderman and Santelli discuss float shrink and why the US is broke

Oct
23


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Charles Biderman at the Irrational Economic Summit on why Obama is the Worst Economic President and what’s wrong with GDP and the Bureau of Labor Statistics initial jobs report

Oct
21

Charles Biderman talks about his outlook for stock prices and buybacks with Marketwatch’s Chuck Jaffe

Oct
21

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Biderman and Kernen discuss how float shrink on top of a slow growth economy has created the widening gap between haves and have nots. Plus Santelli, Liesman & Kernen discuss Biderman’s comments.

Sep
28

Biderman Explains Why $25 billion Alibaba Offering Will Hurt Stocks Short Term, Why Lower Oil Prices Helping Incomes.

Sep
16

Biderman explains why he’s bullish on CNBC

Sep
04

Charles Biderman tells Joe Kernen he’s bullish for as long as companies keep reducing the number of shares outstanding. Also the US Stock Market Capitalization of $26.5 trillion is now 3.5 times $7.5 trillion in wages and salaries. Last two times this high March 2000 & Oct. 2007.
Biderman talks about his course Practices of Success being launched on Curious.com/charlesbiderman.

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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