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Charles I. Biderman
|Born||October 24, 1946|
|Alma mater||Harvard Business School |
|Occupation||Founder, TrimTabs Investment Research, Inc.|
Charles Biderman (born October 24, 1946) is an American businessman and investor. He is the founder of TrimTabs Asset Management, TrimTabs Investment Research, Inc., a publisher of detailed daily coverage of stock market liquidity. He is interviewed regularly on CNBC and Bloomberg TV and is quoted frequently in the financial media, including Barron's Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Investor's Business Daily.
Previously Biderman was general partner of limited partnerships that starting in 1975 controlled 1,000 Nashville, Tennessee apartments, office buildings in Dallas, Texas and Memphis, Tennessee and six strip shopping centers in Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee.
He is the author of TrimTabs Investing: Using Liquidity Theory to Beat the Stock Market (John Wiley & Sons, 2005). Biderman holds a B.A. from Brooklyn College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
The TrimTabs Float Shrink ETF (NYSE symbol: TTAC)
TrimTabs Asset Management originally launched TrimTabs Float Shrink ETF on October 4, 2011. "TTAC is advised by TrimTabs Asset Management ("Portfolio Manager"), The Fund seeks to achieve this objective by investing in the 100 US stocks growing Free Cash Flow, using a portion of the Free Cash Flow to reduce the total share count and not increasing the debt to asset ratio. Stock selection for TTAC is based on extensive historical research from TrimTabs, the leading independent institutional research firm focusing on stock prices as a function of supply and demand rather than value."
TrimTabs International Free Cash Flow ETF (BATS symbol: TTAI)
TrimTabs Asset Management launched TrimTabs Intl Free Cash Flow (TTAI) in June 2017. TTAI invests in approximately 85 non-US companies that are growing Free Cash Flow, using a portion to reduce the overall share count and not increasing the debt to asset ratio.,
- "TrimTabs Team". TrimTabs Investment Research. 2007-11-14.