General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> January 27, 2017
Combining Fundamental and Technical Inputs in a GARP Strategy
Peter Tuz is President, Director and Portfolio Manager at Chase Investment Counsel Corporation. He received a B.A. degree from Ripon College, an M.A. from the University of Missouri, and an MBA from Tulane University. Mr. Tuz is a CFA charterholder. Before joining the firm in 1997 he had 10 years’ experience as a senior analyst and officer with two NYSE member firms. He is a trustee of Ripon College and chairman of its investment committee and is a member of the Board of Governors of the Investment Adviser’s Association. Mr. Tuz is a member of CFA Virginia, CFA Society of Washington, D.C., the Washington Association of Money Managers, and serves on the Investment Company Institute’s small funds committee. He has been an occasional guest on CNBC and The Street and served on the board of the CFA Virginia. He has been quoted in Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and other publications. Profile
Robert C. Klintworth is a Portfolio Manager and Vice President for the Chase Growth and Chase Mid-Cap Growth Funds at Chase Investment Counsel Corporation. He received an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Westmont College. He is a portfolio manager, technical analyst and trader. Mr. Klintworth is also a Chartered Market Technician and a member of the Market Technicians Association. Before working at Chase, he worked in accounting. Profile
TWST: Could you both please identify yourselves?
Mr. Tuz: I am President of Chase Investment Counsel located in Charlottesville, Virginia. We've been in business