Robert Kleinschmidt

KLEINSCHMIDT – CONTRARIAN VIEWS

November 7, 2014

The Tocqueville Fund’s Robert Kleinschmidt started nibbling on Apple well over a year ago when the stock was much lower. As a deep value investor Kleinschmidt says he is less enthusiastic about Apple now because it’s not as “dirt cheap” and views it as a “not terribly strong hold.”  I asked him about another aspect to the Apple story, CEO Tim Cook’s recent announcement that he was gay. What impact if any would it have?

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KLEINSCHMIDT: CONTRARIAN VALUE

November 7, 2014

Tocqueville Fund’s Robert Kleinschmidt prides himself on being an independent thinker. In his exclusive interview with WEALTHTRACK he does not disappoint. While the rest of Wall Street has been expecting the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates he says they won’t, and while most investors run from troubled stocks he finds gems among them. His deep value approach has generally worked. Under his stewardship, the 4-star rated Tocqueville Fund has delivered market and category beating returns. Continue Reading »

ROBERT KLEINSCHMIDT: WALL STREET “TROUBLE MAKER”

May 17, 2013

Robert Kleinschmidt, long-time Portfolio Manager of the Tocqueville Fund and a well-known contrarian on Wall Street. He was bullish on stocks when every one was calling for the death of equities. He pooh poohed the effect the election and the fiscal cliff would have on the market. Now he has a very contrarian view of the Fed’s unprecedented policy to keep interest rates low. Continue Reading »

PRO’S PERSONAL PORTFOLIO: NATURAL RESOURCES

May 16, 2013

What do saltwater disposal wells and gold bullion have in common? You’ll find both in the personal portfolio of Tocqueville Fund’s Robert Kleinschmidt- he explains what makes these investments attractive.
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May 14, 2013

Wall Street “Trouble Maker”

Robert Kleinschmidt, long-time Portfolio Manager of the Tocqueville Fund and a well-known contrarian on Wall Street. He was bullish on stocks when every one was calling for the death of equities. He pooh poohed the effect the election and the fiscal cliff would have on the market. Now he has a very contrarian view of the Fed’s unprecedented policy to keep interest rates low.

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