The Tocqueville Opportunity Fund was featured in the Wall Street Journal's Category King column in the Small Cap Core category based on year-to-date returns as of 10/31/2011.
The Tocqueville Select Fund was profiled in an article entitled, "Tocqueville Fund, Facing Headwinds, Keeps Picking Stocks."
Dennis Delafield and Vincent Sellecchia, managers of the Delafield Fund, were featured in the cover story entitled, "On Sale Now! Top Stockpickers."
John Hathaway, the manager of the Tocqueville Gold Fund, discussed his views on the gold sector and gold-mining stocks in an article entitled, "No Coattail Effect in Gold’s Surge."
The Delafield Fund was mentioned in a video debate entitled, "Beyond the Active-Passive Divide."
The Tocqueville Gold Fund was mentioned in an article entitled, "Gold Still Looks Good; Japan Doesn't."
John Hathaway, manager of the Tocqueville Gold Fund, discusses gold miners in an article entitled, "Tocqueville's Hathaway: Gold Miners Set to Glitter vs. Bullion."
John Hathaway, manager of the Tocqueville Gold Fund, was quoted in an article entitled, "Is Gold Cheap? Who Knows? But Gold-Mining Stocks Are."
James Hunt, portfolio manager of the Tocqueville International Value Fund, was mentioned in an artitle entitled, "It's Time to Buy" about the opportunities in emerging markets.
Robert Kleinschmidt, manager of the Tocqueville Fund, was featured in a video interview entitled, "Contrarian Kleinschmidt Not Afraid of Big Band Market, Buying Microsoft, Pfizer and More."