CHARLES BIDERMAN is the founder and President of TrimTabs Investment Research. Born in New York City, he earned a BA from Brooklyn College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He began his career as Alan Abelson's assistant at Barron's from 1971 to 1973. After correctly predicting the collapse of real estate investment trusts, he became a successful real estate entrepreneur. He founded TrimTabs in 1990 to provide portfolio managers and market strategists with unique investment insights. He is frequently quoted in the financial media, including the Wall Street Journal, Barron's, CNBC, and Bloomberg.
DAVID SANTSCHI is an editorial consultant and copy editor with TrimTabs Investment Research. Born in Cincinnati, he earned an AB in history magna cum laude from Davidson College and an MA in history from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Currently, he is a doctoral candidate in early modern European history at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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PART ONE: INTRODUCING LIQUIDITY THEORY.
Chapter 1. A Tale of Fortune Lost.
Chapter 2. The Genesis of Liquidity Theory.
Chapter 3. The Principles of Liquidity Theory.
Chapter 4. The Building Blocks of Liquidity Analysis.
PART TWO: INSIDE LIQUIDITY THEORY.
Chapter 5. Demolishing the Cult of Earnings.
Chapter 6. The House: Secret Corporate Power.
Chapter 7. The Players: Buying, Selling, and Borrowing.
PART THREE: LOOKING BACK.
Chapter 8. The Bull Market and the Bubble.
Chapter 9. The Aftermath.
PART FOUR: Liquidity Theory in Action.
Chapter 10. Swinging for Singles: Lower-Risk Strategies.
Chapter 11. Swinging for the Fences: More Aggressive Strategies.
PART FIVE: LOOKING AHEAD.
Chapter 12. Managing Difficulties.
Chapter 13. New Applications.
Chapter 14. How Liquidity Could Save the Markets.
Appendix: Historical Liquidity Data.
About the Authors.