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Chuck Royce Talks Small-Caps with Steve Forbes

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Steve Forbes hosts Intelligent Investing, a weekly interview series with market strategists, forecasters, and money managers. This week's guest, and according to Forbes a "Master of Small-Caps," was Chuck Royce, President and Co-CIO of Royce & Associates.

The interview touched on Chuck's longstanding risk-averse style, as well as specific sectors and companies in which he is finding opportunity today. Chuck also notes, "There's a big myth that you can't find high quality, that small-caps are filled with junky companies. That's just not true. Many of our funds focus on the very high quality end of the small-cap world and there's plenty to choose from both here and around the world and they pay dividends."

Chuck Royce is President and Co-Chief Investment Officer of Royce & Associates, LLC. On October 31 of this year, Chuck will celebrate 40 years of managing the firm's flagship Royce Pennsylvania Mutual Fund.

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The thoughts expressed in the video are solely those of the person speaking as of June 5, 2012 and may differ from those of other Royce investment professionals, or the firm as a whole. There can be no assurance with regard to future market movements.

You may obtain a current prospectus for any of the Royce Funds on our website at or by calling (800) 841-1180. The prospectus includes investment objectives, risks, fees, expenses, and other information that you should read and consider carefully before investing. Micro-cap, small-cap, and mid-cap stocks may involve considerably more risk than investing in larger-cap stocks (Please see "Primary Risks for Fund Investors" in the prospectus). Securities of non-U.S. companies may be subject to different risks than investments in securities of U.S. companies, including adverse political, social, economic or other developments that are unique to a particular country or region. Therefore, the prices of these securities in particular countries or regions may, at times, move in a different direction than those of the securities of U.S. companies (Please see "Primary Risks for Fund Investors" in the prospectus). 


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