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At a Glance

Why invest in Smaller-Companies Growth?

  • Small/mid-cap growth fund (generally market caps up to $7.5 billion) that invests in companies with superior revenue and/or earnings growth selling at prices that Royce believes do not fully reflect their prospects
  • Seeks companies that look poised for multi-year periods of robust growth driven by sustainable competitive advantages and/or benefiting from secular growth themes that create favorable conditions for the business
  • Average annual total return of 10.8% since inception (6/14/01) through 6/30/16

As of 06/30/16

  • Small/Mid-Cap
    Growth Approach
    $1.29B
    Avg. Market Cap
  • High
    Volatility
    96%
    Active Share
  • Lead Manager
    Tenure
    13+
    Years on Fund

Portfolio Management

"We’re looking for recurring revenues and sustainable business models as opposed to very high-growth, shot-in-the-dark, one-time winners. We want companies that have established themselves as industry leaders in an emerging growth area with a distinct niche."
Chip Skinner

Performance

Average Annual Total Returns (%)

Outperformed Russell 2000 for the 15-Year and since inception (06/14/01) periods as of 06/30/16.
QTR YTD 1YR 3YR 5YR 10YR 15YR SINCE INCEPT. DATE
Smaller-Companies Growth 1.00 -3.31-12.685.495.784.7110.4110.76 06/14/01
Russell 2000 3.79 2.22-6.737.098.356.206.967.19 N/A

Annual Operating Expenses: 1.11

AUG YTD 1YR 3YR 5YR 10YR 15YR SINCE INCEPT. DATE
Smaller-Companies Growth 1.13 1.57-3.256.279.215.1311.0710.99 06/14/01
Russell 2000 1.77 10.238.598.5312.857.048.137.64 N/A

Annual Operating Expenses: 1.11

SEP YTD 1YR 3YR 5YR 10YR 15YR SINCE INCEPT. DATE
Smaller-Companies Growth -0.34 1.22-2.214.1611.655.3511.9810.92 06/14/01
Russell 2000 1.28 11.6511.756.8415.587.209.767.70 N/A

Annual Operating Expenses: 1.11

Important Performance and Expense Information

All performance information reflects past performance, is presented on a total return basis, reflects the reinvestment of distributions, and does not reflect the deduction of taxes that a shareholder would pay on fund distributions or the redemption of fund shares. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate, so that shares may be worth more or less than their original cost when redeemed. Current month-end performance may be higher or lower than performance quoted and may be obtained at www.roycefunds.com. Operating expenses reflect the Fund's total annual operating expenses for the Institutional Class as of the Fund's most current prospectus and include management fees, other expenses, and acquired fund fees and expenses. Acquired fund fees and expenses reflect the estimated amount of the fees and expenses incurred indirectly by the Fund through its investments in mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and other investment companies.

All performance and risk information presented in this material prior to the commencement date of Institutional Class shares on 5/10/06 reflects Service Class results. Shares of the Fund’s Service Class bear an annual distribution expense that is not borne by the Institutional Class.

Rolling Returns

For 90% of the periods, 10-year average annual total returns were greater than 5%.

Absolute Returns: 10-Year Monthly Rolling Return PeriodsNumber of 10-Year Average Annual Return Periods Since the Fund’s Inception

Return Range Periods % in Range
> 10% 27 44
> 5% and ≤ 10% 28 46
> 0% and ≤ 5% 6 10
≤ 0% 0 0

The Fund averaged a 9.5% return over all 61 10-year monthly rolling return periods.

Market Cycle Performance

Peak-Peak - 07/13/07 - 04/29/11
Smaller-Companies Growth-1.6%
Russell 20006.6%

Peak-Peak - 04/29/11 - 06/23/15
Smaller-Companies Growth48.0%
Russell 200058.5%

Peak-Current - 06/23/15 - 06/30/16
Smaller-Companies Growth-15.0%
Russell 2000-9.7%

Royce defines market cycles as those that have retreated at least 15% from a previous market peak and have rebounded to establish a new peak above the previous one. 

Royce defines market cycles as those that have retreated at least 15% from a previous market peak and have rebounded to establish a new peak above the previous one. 

Calendar Year Total Returns (%)

 

Growth of Investment

Value of $10,000 invested between 06/14/01 and 06/30/16

Smaller-Companies Growth$46,534.77
Russell 2000$28,423.67

Portfolio Impactas of 06/30/16

SECTOR NAMEAVERAGE WEIGHT (%)TOTAL RETURN (%)CONTRIBUTION TO RETURN (%)
Industrials
12.52
7.42
0.91
Energy
6.52
10.85
0.70
Materials
2.41
32.03
0.59
Health Care
15.13
1.87
0.24
Telecommunication Services
1.49
-1.78
-0.06
Financials
11.92
-1.30
-0.11
Consumer Discretionary
14.67
-1.11
-0.30
Consumer Staples
2.63
-10.63
-0.44
Information Technology
24.43
-2.29
-0.69
Cash
8.28
0.06
0.01

Top Contributors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Energy Equipment & ServicesEnergy0.76
Health Care Providers & ServicesHealth Care0.65
Aerospace & DefenseIndustrials0.39
Internet Software & ServicesInformation Technology0.37
ChemicalsMaterials0.34

Top Detractors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
PharmaceuticalsHealth Care-0.66
Semiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentInformation Technology-0.61
BiotechnologyHealth Care-0.51
Capital MarketsFinancials-0.48
Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-0.39

Top Contributors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Paylocity Holding CorporationSoftwareInformation Technology0.73
Unit CorporationEnergy Equipment & ServicesEnergy0.53
BioTelemetryHealth Care Providers & ServicesHealth Care0.53
Mercury SystemsAerospace & DefenseIndustrials0.39
InsperityProfessional ServicesIndustrials0.33

Top Detractors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
LipocinePharmaceuticalsHealth Care-0.57
Natural Grocers by Vitamin CottageFood & Staples RetailingConsumer Staples-0.49
Rubicon ProjectSoftwareInformation Technology-0.45
Infinera CorporationCommunications EquipmentInformation Technology-0.33
Navigator HoldingsOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsEnergy-0.32
SECTOR NAMEAVERAGE WEIGHT (%)TOTAL RETURN (%)CONTRIBUTION TO RETURN (%)
Industrials
12.87
15.80
1.56
Materials
1.90
57.45
0.90
Energy
5.10
11.05
0.78
Telecommunication Services
1.75
37.43
0.67
Consumer Discretionary
15.50
-1.18
-0.22
Financials
12.44
-4.32
-0.70
Consumer Staples
3.37
-17.41
-0.90
Information Technology
24.46
-11.51
-2.03
Health Care
15.94
-13.41
-3.38
Cash
6.69
0.13
0.01

Top Contributors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Health Care Providers & ServicesHealth Care0.70
Diversified Telecommunication ServicesTelecommunication Services0.67
Aerospace & DefenseIndustrials0.66
Textiles, Apparel & Luxury GoodsConsumer Discretionary0.64
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)Financials0.60

Top Detractors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
BiotechnologyHealth Care-1.94
PharmaceuticalsHealth Care-1.89
Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-1.21
Capital MarketsFinancials-0.90
Internet Software & ServicesInformation Technology-0.86

Top Contributors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
ORBCOMMDiversified Telecommunication ServicesTelecommunication Services0.67
Mercury SystemsAerospace & DefenseIndustrials0.66
BioTelemetryHealth Care Providers & ServicesHealth Care0.58
Albemarle CorporationChemicalsMaterials0.51
PowerSecure InternationalElectrical EquipmentIndustrials0.49

Top Detractors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Container Store Group (The)Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-0.94
LipocinePharmaceuticalsHealth Care-0.74
SPS CommerceInternet Software & ServicesInformation Technology-0.68
Zealand PharmaBiotechnologyHealth Care-0.59
comScoreInternet Software & ServicesInformation Technology-0.58
SECTOR NAMEAVERAGE WEIGHT (%)TOTAL RETURN (%)CONTRIBUTION TO RETURN (%)
Industrials
13.92
11.89
1.09
Telecommunication Services
1.56
47.41
0.81
Materials
1.17
24.28
0.80
Energy
3.88
-33.96
-0.52
Financials
12.35
-7.44
-1.10
Consumer Staples
3.66
-36.68
-1.80
Information Technology
20.75
-17.97
-2.75
Health Care
18.66
-11.84
-3.71
Consumer Discretionary
18.13
-24.53
-5.43
Cash
5.91
0.17
0.01

Top Contributors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Aerospace & DefenseIndustrials1.08
Diversified Telecommunication ServicesTelecommunication Services0.81
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)Financials0.70
ChemicalsMaterials0.60
Hotels, Restaurants & LeisureConsumer Discretionary0.34

Top Detractors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-4.70
PharmaceuticalsHealth Care-2.61
Capital MarketsFinancials-1.32
BiotechnologyHealth Care-1.04
Food ProductsConsumer Staples-1.03

Top Contributors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Mercury SystemsAerospace & DefenseIndustrials1.08
ORBCOMMDiversified Telecommunication ServicesTelecommunication Services0.81
Albemarle CorporationChemicalsMaterials0.57
CyrusOneReal Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)Financials0.52
PowerSecure InternationalElectrical EquipmentIndustrials0.52

Top Detractors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Container Store Group (The)Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-2.94
Boot Barn HoldingsSpecialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-1.88
SunOptaFood ProductsConsumer Staples-0.97
LipocinePharmaceuticalsHealth Care-0.95
AtriCureHealth Care Equipment & SuppliesHealth Care-0.71
SECTOR NAMEAVERAGE WEIGHT (%)TOTAL RETURN (%)CONTRIBUTION TO RETURN (%)
Health Care
15.79
87.65
7.62
Industrials
15.61
52.91
6.82
Information Technology
24.64
11.88
6.41
Financials
11.25
17.53
1.63
Materials
4.10
15.54
1.09
Telecommunication Services
0.74
57.69
0.89
Consumer Discretionary
15.39
-0.25
-0.79
Energy
4.67
-46.38
-1.73
Consumer Staples
3.26
-35.97
-1.83
Cash
4.55
0.22
0.01

Top Contributors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
BiotechnologyHealth Care5.41
Electronic Equipment, Instruments & ComponentsInformation Technology3.61
Life Sciences Tools & ServicesHealth Care2.61
SoftwareInformation Technology2.58
Semiconductors & Semiconductor EquipmentInformation Technology1.92

Top Detractors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-3.43
Internet Software & ServicesInformation Technology-2.25
Oil, Gas & Consumable FuelsEnergy-1.72
PharmaceuticalsHealth Care-0.96
Food & Staples RetailingConsumer Staples-0.80

Top Contributors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Anacor PharmaceuticalsBiotechnologyHealth Care1.88
Mercury SystemsAerospace & DefenseIndustrials1.76
InterMuneBiotechnologyHealth Care1.59
Paylocity Holding CorporationSoftwareInformation Technology1.57
Acuity BrandsElectrical EquipmentIndustrials1.48

Top Detractors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Container Store Group (The)Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-3.36
E2openInternet Software & ServicesInformation Technology-1.25
Boot Barn HoldingsSpecialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-1.20
LipocinePharmaceuticalsHealth Care-0.95
Triangle PetroleumOil, Gas & Consumable FuelsEnergy-0.92
SECTOR NAMEAVERAGE WEIGHT (%)TOTAL RETURN (%)CONTRIBUTION TO RETURN (%)
Industrials
17.16
90.27
13.79
Health Care
13.18
146.61
10.99
Information Technology
24.70
16.14
8.07
Financials
12.01
45.49
6.25
Consumer Discretionary
12.77
58.54
5.12
Telecommunication Services
0.50
149.86
1.29
Materials
7.81
20.19
-0.22
Consumer Staples
2.95
-35.61
-2.11
Energy
4.83
-43.69
-3.04
Cash
4.10
0.34
0.02
Unclassified
0.00
0.00
0.00

Top Contributors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
BiotechnologyHealth Care6.53
Textiles, Apparel & Luxury GoodsConsumer Discretionary4.28
SoftwareInformation Technology3.58
Electronic Equipment, Instruments & ComponentsInformation Technology3.55
Life Sciences Tools & ServicesHealth Care3.46

Top Detractors

INDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Metals & MiningMaterials-2.53
Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-2.20
Technology Hardware, Storage & PeripheralsInformation Technology-1.63
Oil, Gas & Consumable FuelsEnergy-1.62
Energy Equipment & ServicesEnergy-1.42

Top Contributors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Carter'sTextiles, Apparel & Luxury GoodsConsumer Discretionary2.81
Acuity BrandsElectrical EquipmentIndustrials2.31
Anacor PharmaceuticalsBiotechnologyHealth Care1.88
InterMuneBiotechnologyHealth Care1.59
Paylocity Holding CorporationSoftwareInformation Technology1.57

Top Detractors

COMPANYINDUSTRYSECTORGAIN (%)
Container Store Group (The)Specialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-3.36
Avid TechnologyTechnology Hardware, Storage & PeripheralsInformation Technology-1.36
E2openInternet Software & ServicesInformation Technology-1.25
Trican Well ServiceEnergy Equipment & ServicesEnergy-1.25
Boot Barn HoldingsSpecialty RetailConsumer Discretionary-1.20

Risk

High Volatility vs. Peer Group as of 06/30/16

The Fund has a high volatility within its peer group of 474 Small-Cap Funds based on 5-year rolling standard deviation.

Down Market Performance Comparisonas of 06/30/16

The Fund outperformed the Russell 2000 during four out of eight downturns of 10% or more from the index’s prior historical high since the Fund’s inception.

Market Downturns (%)

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Russell 2000 Down Quarters

QUARTER ENDRUSSELL 2000 (%)SMALLER-COMPANIES GROWTH (%)SPREAD (%)
03/31/16-1.5-4.3-2.8
09/30/15-11.9-11.0+0.9
09/30/14-7.4-6.4+1.0
06/30/12-3.5-7.8-4.3
09/30/11-21.9-22.4-0.5
06/30/11-1.6-2.6-1.0
06/30/10-9.9-7.8+2.1
03/31/09-15.0-6.4+8.6
12/31/08-26.1-28.9-2.8
09/30/08-1.1-9.9-8.8
03/31/08-9.9-9.6+0.3
12/31/07-4.6-6.6-2.0
09/30/07-3.1-1.8+1.3
06/30/06-5.0-5.8-0.8
03/31/05-5.3-5.4-0.1
09/30/04-2.9-0.2+2.7
03/31/03-4.5-3.6+0.9
09/30/02-21.4-22.3-0.9
06/30/02-8.4-9.7-1.3
09/30/01-20.8-12.3+8.5

Capture Ratios Fund's First Full Quarter (06/30/01) to 06/30/16

Upside Capture Ratio measures a manager's performance in up markets relative to the Fund's benchmark. It is calculated by measuring the Fund's performance in quarters when the benchmark goes up and dividing it by the benchmark's return in those quarters.

Downside Capture Ratio measures a manager's performance in down markets relative to the Fund's benchmark. It is calculated by measuring the Fund's performance in quarters when the benchmark goes down and dividing it by the benchmark's return in those quarters.

Long Term Risk Measurementas of 06/30/16

From the Fund's inception, the Fund outperformed the Russell 2000 Index.

Go to Relative Risk Spectrum Tool

Morningstar Statistical Measures as of 06/30/16

Sharpe RatioStandard Deviation
Smaller-Companies Growth0.2820.14
Russell 20000.3619.83
Category Median0.3619.51
Best Quartile Breakpoint0.4218.66

Category Median and Best Quartile Breakpoint based on 389 small-cap objective funds (oldest class only) with at least ten years of history.
Sharpe Ratio Standard Deviation
Smaller-Companies Growth
Russell 2000
Category Median
Best Quartile Breakpoint

Composition

Morningstar Style Map™as of 06/30/16

mstar-RVPIX

The Morningstar Style Map is the Morningstar Style Box™ with the center 75% of fund holdings plotted as the Morningstar Ownership Zone™. The Morningstar Style Box is designed to reveal a fund's investment strategy. The Morningstar Ownership Zone provides detail about a portfolio's investment style by showing the range of stock sizes and styles. The Ownership Zone is derived by plotting each stock in the portfolio within the proprietary Morningstar Style Box. The shaded area represents the center 75% of the Fund's assets while the plot point in the middle represents the weighted average of its holdings. Over time, the shape and location of a fund's ownership zone may vary.

Portfolio Diagnosticsas of 06/30/16

  RVPIX Russell 2000
Average Market Cap
1.29B
1.37B
96%
-
2015 Portfolio Turnover
45%
-
Weighted Average P/B
2.9x
2.0x
3-5 Year EPS Growth (est.)
18.7%
14.4%
U.S. Investments (% of Net Assets)
79.8%
-
Non-U.S. Investments (% of Net Assets)
11.9%
-

Portfolio Allocation

  • Total
    Holdings
    98


SECTORS
RVPIX (%) RUSSELL
2000 (%)
Information Technology
24.5
17.3
Health Care
15.0
13.6
Consumer Discretionary
12.9
13.5
Industrials
12.5
13.8
Financials
11.6
25.8
Energy
7.1
3.0
Materials
4.5
4.6
Consumer Staples
2.4
3.1
Telecommunication Services
1.2
0.9
Utilities
-
4.3
Cash and Cash Equivalents
8.3
-
POSITIONS% OF NET ASSETS
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Paylocity Holding Corporation
2.4
Mercury Systems
2.0
Inogen
1.7
Orocobre
1.6
Enterprise Financial Services
1.6
BioTelemetry
1.6
Carter's
1.6
Texas Roadhouse
1.6
Albemarle Corporation
1.6
Cambrex Corporation
1.5
Tractor Supply
1.5
Boot Barn Holdings
1.5
United Natural Foods
1.4
CyrusOne
1.4
NV5 Holdings
1.4
2U
1.3
DIRTT Environmental Solutions
1.3
Unit Corporation
1.3
Clarkson
1.3
Forward Air
1.2
Top 20 as % of Net Assets
30.8

SECTORS
RVPIX (%) RUSSELL
2000 (%)
Information Technology
26.8
-
Health Care
14.4
-
Industrials
13.1
-
Consumer Discretionary
12.4
-
Financials
11.6
-
Energy
6.0
-
Materials
4.7
-
Consumer Staples
2.5
-
Telecommunication Services
1.0
-
Cash and Cash Equivalents
7.6
-
POSITIONS% OF NET ASSETS
(SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
Paylocity Holding Corporation
2.2
Mercury Systems
1.9
Boot Barn Holdings
1.8
BioTelemetry
1.8
Inogen
1.6
Texas Roadhouse
1.6
NV5 Holdings
1.6
Enterprise Financial Services
1.6
United Natural Foods
1.5
2U
1.5
Carter's
1.5
CyrusOne
1.4
Albemarle Corporation
1.4
DIRTT Environmental Solutions
1.3
Forward Air
1.3
Drew Industries
1.3
Orocobre
1.3
Integrated Device Technology
1.3
RingCentral Cl. A
1.3
Inphi Corporation
1.3
Top 20 as % of Net Assets
30.5

Portfolio Holdings

View the complete list of holdings for this fund as of 06/30/16. Unaudited schedule of portfolio holdings is presented for informational purposes only.

Least Portfolio Overlap - U.S. Equity Funds

Greatest Portfolio Overlap - U.S. Equity Funds

Geographical Breakdown

Distributions

NAV & Distributions


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Distributions

RECORD
DATE
EX-DATE PAYABLE
DATE
INCOME ($) SHORT
TERM
GAINS ($)
LONG
TERM
GAINS ($)
RETURN OF
CAPITAL ($)
TOTAL ($) REINVEST
PRICE ($)
12/16/15 12/17/15 12/17/15 0.0000 0.3185 2.4330 - 2.7515 11.40
12/16/14 12/17/14 12/17/14 0.0000 0.2879 2.9932 - 3.2811 14.13
12/04/13 12/05/13 12/05/13 0.0490 - 1.3450 - 1.3940 16.45
12/07/11 12/08/11 12/08/11 0.1575 - - - 0.1575 11.94
12/08/10 12/09/10 12/09/10 0.0788 - - - 0.0788 13.26

NAV History for

Fees & Expenses

Shareholder Fees (%)

(fees paid directly from your investment)

Maximum sales charge (load) imposed on purchases 0.00
Maximum deferred sales charge 0.00
Maximum sales charge (load) imposed on reinvested dividends 0.00
Redemption fee (as a percentage of amount redeemed on shares held for less than 180 days) 0.00

Annual Fund Operating Expenses (%)

(expenses that you pay each year as a percentage of the value of your investment)

Management fees 1.00
Distribution (12b-1) fees 0.00
Other expenses 0.10
Acquired fund fees and expenses 0.01
Total annual Fund operating expenses 1.11
Total annual Fund operating expenses may differ from the expense ratio in the Fund's Financial Highlights because they include only the Fund's direct operating expenses and do not include acquired fund fees and expenses, which reflect the estimated amount of the fees and expenses incurred indirectly by the Fund through its investments in mutual funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and other investment companies.

Important Disclosure Information

This material is not authorized for distribution unless preceded or accompanied by a current prospectus. Please read the prospectus carefuly before investing or sending money. The Fund invests primarily in small-cap and mid-cap stocks, which may involve considerably more risk than investing in larger-cap stocks. (Please see "Primary Risks for Fund Investors" in the prospectus.) In addition, as of 6/30/15 the Fund invested a significant portion of its assets in a limited number of stocks, which may involve considerably more risk than a more broadly diversified portfolio because a decline in the value of any of these stocks would cause the Fund’s overall value to decline to a greater degree. The Fund may invest up to 25% of its net assets in foreign securities (measured at the time of investment), which may involve political, economic, currency, and other risks not encountered in U.S. investments. (Please see "Investing in Foreign Securities" in the prospectus.)

Sector weightings are determined using the Global Industry Classification Standard ("GICS"). GICS was developed by, and is the exclusive property of, Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC ("S&P") and MSCI Inc. ("MSCI"). GICS is the trademark of S&P and MSCI. "Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS)" and "GICS Direct" are service marks of S&P and MSCI.

The Price-Earnings, or P/E, Ratio is calculated by dividing a company's share price by its trailing 12-month earnings-per-share (EPS). The Fund's P/E ratio calculation excludes companies with zero or negative earnings. The Price-to-Book, or P/B, Ratio is calculated by dividing a company's share price by its book value per share. Standard deviation is a statistical measure within which a fund's total returns have varied over time. The greater the standard deviation, the greater a fund's volatility. Russell Investment Group is the source and owner of the trademarks, service marks, and copyrights related to the Russell Indexes. Russell® is a trademark of Russell Investment Group. Russell Investment Group is the source and owner of the trademarks, service marks and copyrights related to the Russell Indexes. Russell© is a trademark of Russell Investment Group. The Russell 2000 is an unmanaged, capitalization-weighted index of domestic small-cap stocks. It measures the performance of the 2,000 smallest publicly traded U.S. companies in the Russell 3000 index. The performance of an index does not represent exactly any particular investment, as you cannot invest directly in an index. The performance of an index does not represent exactly any particular investment, as you cannot invest directly in an index.

Managed by Chip Skinner since 2007 (co-manager 2003-2007)

5/10/2006 12:00:00 AM

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