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Jun11 2012

The Wall Street Journal features AdvisorShares Active Bear ETF

"Mr. DelVecchio, a square-jawed soccer fan who works out of Dallas, isn't a big-name hedge-fund manager with ultrarich clients. He manages a $280 million exchange-traded fund that can be bought and sold by investors of all stripes.

His AdvisorShares Active Bear ETF also differs from other ETFs in the market. Mr. DelVecchio, 36 years old, and his partner, Brad Lamensdorf, actively manage their positions, and they only make negative bets on stocks and bonds. Their strategy is so uncommon that fund-research group Morningstar Inc. believes Mr. DelVecchio's fund is the world's lone actively managed "short-only" ETF."

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May15 2012

Harry Dent – CNBC Global Markets Report

Harry S. Dent interviewed on CNBC by Rick Santelli for Global Market Report discusses question, Can Europe Implement Austerity Without Pain? Dent says that if Spain goes back for second round, Europe's done. Says history and demographics show need for no pain no gain -- stimulus has been putting off eventual recovery. Must go through debt restructuring to get from winter to spring.


May10 2012

The Wall Street Journal features TrimTabs Investment Research

The Wall Street Journal: Ahead of the Tape column,  The Smart Way to Follow Dumb Money, features TrimTabs Investment Research Analyst Leon Mirochnik.

"The one thing you can say about mutual-fund investors is that they're horrible market-timers," says Leon Mirochnik of TrimTabs Investment Research, which uses investment fund inflows and other data to make investment recommendations.


May3 2012

CNNMoney: John Del Vecchio discusses Green Mountain short

John Del Vecchio, John Del Vecchio, co-manager of the Active Bear (HDGE) exchange-traded fund in Dallas is quoted by  CNNMoney Paul LaMonica’s column, The Buzz: The biggest short: Green Mountain bears rejoice

John Del Vecchio, co-manager of the Active Bear (HDGE) exchange-traded fund in Dallas, said he believes the worst is not over for the company. The big drop in Green Mountain gave his fund a big boost Thursday. Shares of Active Bear rose more than 2.5%.


Mar6 2012

Harry S. Dent Talks to Rick Santelli of CNBC

Click on the video below to watch Harry S. Dent on CNBC