SMID Opportunities Fund Fact Sheet
Morningstar Style Box
Philosophy and Process
To pursue its investment objective of long-term capital appreciation, the Fund normally invests principally in equity securities and will invest, under normal circumstances, at least 80% of its net assets plus borrowings for investment purposes in the securities of small or middle capitalization companies (commonly referred to collectively as "SMID"). Small or middle capitalization companies are defined as companies with market capitalizations within the range of those companies in the Russell 2500â„¢ Index at the time of purchase.
The Fund invests, under normal market conditions, primarily in domestically-traded U.S. common stocks and U.S.-traded equity stocks of foreign companies, including ADRs. The Fund uses a multi-style approach, meaning that it invests across both value- and growth-oriented companies targeting SMID-capitalization levels.
The newly formed fund has no operating history to evaluate and the risk that it may not attract sufficient assets to achieve or maximize investment and operational efficiencies. The Fund uses a multi-style approach and invests in both growth and value-oriented companies. A growth investment style may be particularly sensitive to market conditions. Value investing involves the risk that an investment made in undervalued securities may not appreciate in value as anticipated or remain undervalued for long periods of time.
The Fund invests in small and middle capitalization companies which may be riskier, more volatile and vulnerable to economic, market and industry changes than investments in larger more established companies. As a result, share price changes may be more erratic or trade less frequently in lesser quantities.
|Class A Shares||Class C Shares||Class Inst'l Shares|
|Subsequent Investment Min.*||$0.00||$0.00||$0.00|
|Max. Up Front Sales Charge||5.75%||N/A||N/A|
|Max. Deferred Sales Charge||N/A||1.00%||N/A|
Fund Performance as of 06.30.2020
|QTR||YTD||1 Year||3 Years||Since
|A Shares with 5.75% Sales Charge||10.98%||-19.61%||-12.47%||-0.29%||4.07%|
|A Shares without Sales Charge||17.79%||-14.73%||-7.14%||1.69%||5.73%|
|Lipper Mid-Cap Core Median||20.36%||-14.20%||-7.71%||1.60%||N/A|
The gross expense ratios for Class A, C and I Shares are 1.46%, 2.21% and 1.21%, respectively. The net expense ratios for Class A, C and I Shares are 1.05%, 1.80% and 0.80%, respectively.
The Advisor has contractually agreed to limit certain fees paid by the Fund from February 1, 2020 through January 31, 2021. Performance would have been lower without limitations in effect.
Past performance does not guarantee future results. The performance data quoted represents past performance and current returns may be lower or higher. The investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than the original cost. To obtain performance information current to the most recent month end, please visit the performance summary.
The performance of the SMID Opportunities Fund reflects the deduction of fees for value-added services associated with a mutual fund, such as investment management and fund accounting fees. The inception date for Class A Shares is 09/30/2016. The inception date for Class C Shares is 09/30/2016. The inception date for Class Inst'l Shares is 09/30/2016. The performance shown reflects the reinvestment of all dividend and capital gains distributions.
Top Ten Holdings as of 06.30.2020
|Waste Connections, Inc.||5.03%|
|Arthur J Gallagher & Co.||4.58%|
|Global Payments, Inc.||4.58%|
Current and future portfolio holdings are subject to change and risk. Based on Market Value of securities.
Sector Allocation as of 06.30.2020
Allocations are based on the current weight to funds in the cited Sector. The composition of the fund's holdings is subject to change.
Growth of $10,000 as of 06.30.2020
The Growth of $10,000 chart is hypothetical based upon the performance of A Shares at NAV for the period ended 06/30/2020. It includes the reinvestment of dividends and capital gains.
Summary Statistics as of 06.30.2020
|Weighted Average P/B||3.40|
|Weighted Average Market Cap.||$18.25B|
*Annual Turnover Ratio is 12 month rolling calculation.
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