Insights: Fund Focus | Royce Funds
By David Nadel, Mark Rayner
We remain sanguine about both our outlook and positioning, and 2017’s performance did not necessitate any significant repositioning in the portfolio.
By Buzz Zaino, Bill Hench
Holding companies in cyclical areas where turnarounds were just getting underway fuels our cautious optimism for 2018 as global growth should keep stoking demand.
By Lauren Romeo, Chuck Royce, Jay Kaplan
We are optimistic about the portfolio’s prospects as it leans towards factors that we believe will be rewarded—cyclicals, global exposure, and, often, high profitability.
By Chuck Royce, Lauren Romeo, Steven McBoyle
We believe that high-ROIC small-cap companies, many in our preferred cyclical areas, can continue to outperform.
By Charlie Dreifus, Steven McBoyle
The portfolio appears well-positioned to potentially benefit from a more volatile market in 2018 as it holds profitable companies that generate most of their earnings in the U.S.
By Jay Kaplan, Chuck Royce
Though we are cautious about the prospects for the small-cap index, we are optimistic about the portfolio’s potential as it leans towards factors that we believe will be rewarded.
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By David Nadel, Mark Rayner
We remain sanguine about both our outlook and positioning, and 2017’s performance did not necessitate any significant repositioning in the portfolio.
By Buzz Zaino, Bill Hench
Holding companies in cyclical areas where turnarounds were just getting underway fuels our cautious optimism for 2018 as global growth should keep stoking demand.

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By Lauren Romeo, Chuck Royce, Jay Kaplan
We are optimistic about the portfolio’s prospects as it leans towards factors that we believe will be rewarded—cyclicals, global exposure, and, often, high profitability.
By Chuck Royce, Lauren Romeo, Steven McBoyle
We believe that high-ROIC small-cap companies, many in our preferred cyclical areas, can continue to outperform.

 

 

By Charlie Dreifus, Steven McBoyle
The portfolio appears well-positioned to potentially benefit from a more volatile market in 2018 as it holds profitable companies that generate most of their earnings in the U.S.
By Jay Kaplan, Chuck Royce
Though we are cautious about the prospects for the small-cap index, we are optimistic about the portfolio’s potential as it leans towards factors that we believe will be rewarded.

 

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