Insights from Tocqueville
By Paul Kleinschmidt on September 17, 2015
Buyer beware: ETF’s may not be what they appear Exchange Traded Funds (ETF’s) have been all the rage the past few years as money has flowed out of actively managed portfolios and into investment vehicles that mirror various indices. After all, portfolio managers rarely outperform the broader stock indices and the overwhelming majority of actively …Read More
Robert Kleinschmidt Interview with Steve Forbes
By Robert Kleinschmidt on October 24, 2012
The following video of Steve Forbes’s interview with Robert Kleinschmidt was originally posted in two parts, “Forget Apple, Buy Microsoft! and Hold Gold, Says Contrarian Kleinschmidt” and “Ignore the Naysayers; DeVry and Procter Lead Tocqueville Chief’s Contrarian Stock Picks” on Forbes.com. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. This video contains the views of …Read More
It’s the Spending, Stupid!
By Robert Kleinschmidt on June 6, 2011
James Carville is famous for having saved the first Clinton presidential campaign by focusing his candidate on the most important issue of the day. “It’s the Economy, Stupid,” ensured that the campaign stayed on point. Now there is a new most important issue of the day: out-of-control government spending. And the problem is getting worse. …Read More
Sell The Rumor, Buy The News
By Robert Kleinschmidt on June 17, 2015
Investors have been selling the rumors lately, inverting the old adage. Rumors of a Greek default and a Fed rate hike have sent investors panicking for the nearest exits. But, will they buy the news? Who knows, but they should. I cannot think of two better advertised negative events than these, all the more so …Read More
Year in Review: A Note from Robert Kleinschmidt
By Robert Kleinschmidt on December 5, 2013
The year drawing to a close has been a remarkable one, and not just because of the stellar performance put in by the market. Economic, and, more strikingly, political, developments which one might have thought would have had profound negative influence on the market seemed not to have mattered to equity investors. At the same …Read More
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