Using Liquidity Theory
to Beat the Stock Market
with David Santschi
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Press Releases
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TrimTabs Expects Individual Investors to Step Up Flows into U.S. Stock Market.
Catalyst: Flow Eventually Follows Performance.
TrimTabs Investment Research reports that individual investors have been cautiously stepping
back into the U.S. stock market following the Dow Jones Industrial Averages string of record closing
highs. From Tuesday, October 3 through Wednesday, October 11, U.S. equity mutual funds received
$1.2 billion in fresh cash, an average daily inflow of $170 million.
Pay of All U.S. Taxpayers Surged 9.5% in 2005
TrimTabs Investment Research reports that the take-home
pay of all Americans paying taxes surged 9.5% in 2005 based
on data from the U.S. Department of the Treasury. "A
staggering $486.5 billion was added to the U.S. economy as
take-home pay soared from $5.106 trillion in 2004 to $5.593
trillion in 2005," said Madeline Schnapp, Director of
Investment Research Reports Record $456 Billion in New Stock
Buybacks and Record $277 Billion in New Cash Takeovers
Announced during 2005TrimTabs
Investment Research reports that 1,012 U.S.-based publicly
traded companies announced $456 billion in stock buybacks
during 2005, smashing the previous record of 728 companies
announcing $312 billion in stock buybacks during 2004.
Stock Buybacks and Massive Buildup of Sideline Cash Should
Send Stock Prices Soaring by 20% or More According to New
This weeks issue of TrimTabs Weekly Liquidity Review
features wildly bullish indicators from record-setting
buyback activity, bargains in U.S. stocks from the flow of
money overseas, and tremendous build-up of sideline cash.
Economic Impact Should be Short-Lived
U.S. Wage & Salary Growth Should Surge an Additional 3%
to 4% by Early November Due to Policyholders Receiving $20
to $25 Billion From Katrina Claims; Until Then Wage &
Salary Growth Likely to Drop 1% to 5+% From 6+%. As
horrible as natural disasters are for the people affected,
the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina should be bullish for the
U.S. economy over the medium term..."
Hires New President
TrimTabs Investment Research announces the appointment of
Conrad Gann as President, Chief Operating Officer. "TrimTabs
provides clients with a highly differentiated approach to
investing in equity markets," said Conrad Gann.
Reports Surge in Personal Income
As TrimTabs Personal Income reported this week, take-home
pay has increased a staggering 10.8% year-over-year to date.
This is one more indicator that the current U.S. economic
boom is likely to keep the Federal Reserve from halting its
rate hike program any time soon.
Expands Business Development
Frederic May Opens Atlanta Office of TrimTabs Investment
New Savings Index
Booming Economy: Wage and Salary Growth Explodes &
Online Jobs Posting Index Up 14.4% According to TrimTabs
$54 Billion Yearly ETF Inflow
Equity Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) closed Friday
with a record-setting full-year inflow of $54.4 billion,
stated Carl Wittnebert, TrimTabs Director of Research. By
comparison, net issuance in equity ETFs was $15.1 billion in
2003 according to the Investment Company Institute (ICI)
Success of Gold Exchange Traded Fund Sets Stage for More
Although ETF flows turned negative on Monday, the
unstoppable streetTRACKS® Gold fund (GLD) got another $419
million, bringing total assets to $1.3 billion in just three
days of trading.
Announces New Research: Daily Exchange Traded Funds Flow
new TrimTabs publication tracks ETFs by market segment and
individual ETF -- reporting daily, weekly, monthly, and
Alarmist Headlines, U.S. Economy Chugs Right Along
Wages and Salaries Increase 4.9% Y-o-Y Last Four Weeks and
Seasonal Adjustments Depress Fed Data.
Stock Market Weakness Due to Wall Streets Growing
Election Worries: Significant Rally PossibleOver
the past 21 trading days, the market capitalization of all
U.S.-based stocks has declined by $900 billion, or 5.3%, to
$14.9 trillion from a peak of $15.8 trillion on June 24.
Growth Strong, Not Weak
A great deal of ink has been spilled lamenting the lack
of job growth measured in June by the U.S. Bureau of Labor
Statistics (BLS). "The job growth in June is healthy
for this stage of economic recovery.
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