Manager Commentary

Manager Commentary, 3rd Quarter 2017

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • 3rd Quarter Review
  • Distribution Update
  • Performance Update
Manager Commentary, 2nd Quarter 2017

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Markets At A Glance
  • 2017 YTD Performance of Russell Microcap Sectors
  • Equity Valuations as of 6/30/17
Manager Commentary, 1st Quarter 2017

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Markets At A Glance
  • Internal Market Dynamics
Manager Commentary, 4th Quarter 2016

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • 2016 Surprises
  • Small stocks outperform large stocks
Manager Commentary, 3rd Quarter 2016

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”
  • Performance and Valuation Update
Manager Commentary, 2nd Quarter 2016

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • A New Bull Market for Small Stocks
  • Very Compelling Valuations
Manager Commentary, 1st Quarter 2016

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Bear Market and Bear Market Recovery
  • Positive Returns after Bear Markets
Manager Commentary, 4th Quarter 2015

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Wall Street Puts Stocks on Sale
  • Second Half Quality Comeback
Manager Commentary, 3rd Quarter 2015

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Our Bullish Take on Small-Caps
  • Our Perritt Small-Cap Insights, 50 slides of charts and tables
Manager Commentary, 2nd Quarter 2015

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Low Priced Stock Fund celebrates a 3 year track record
  • Attribution Analysis in the micro-cap space
Manager Commentary, 1st Quarter 2015

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • The return of the Small-cap
  • Higher earnings growth and Return on Capital
Manager Commentary, 4th Quarter 2014

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Passive/Index Investors in Micro-Cap: What Do You Own?
  • The impact of Biotech on Micro-Cap Indexes
Manager Commentary, 3rd Quarter 2014

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Case study on Fund holding, Willamette Valley Vineyards
Manager Commentary, 2nd Quarter 2014

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Have Small-Cap Valuations become “stretched?”
  • Low Correlation and Micro-cap trends
Manager Commentary, 1st Quarter 2014

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • How Strong are the Future Prospects of Small Companies?
  • Launch of the Perritt Low Priced Stock Fund
Manager Commentary, 4th Quarter 2013

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including:

  • Numbers Speak Louder Than Words: 2013 Review
  • Why Invest In MicroCap?

 

Manager Commentary, 3rd Quarter 2013

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s 3Q13 commentary, including discussion of:

  • When is a 20 P/E Too High
  • Looking Under The Hood at Index Valuations

 

Manager Commentary, 2nd Quarter 2013

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s most recent commentary, including discussion of:

  • Why once-misunderstood microcap companies are finally getting the market’s respect
  • Recent correlation trends among microcap companies
Manager Commentary, 1st Quarter 2013

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s take on the First Quarter 2013. It includes:

  • Analysis of often-misunderstood differences among margin levels in large and small companies
  • Market reactions the new-and-improved cash attitudes of small company management teams
Manager Commentary, 4th Quarter 2012

Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett’s take on the Fourth Quarter 2012.

  • Analysis of non-parallel special dividend issuance in microcap companies at year’s end
  • The Russell 2000 Index is at a new all-time high. What does it mean for investors?

The Russell 2000 Index consists of the smallest 2,000 companies in a group of 3,000 U.S. companies in the Russell 3000 Index, as ranked by market capitalization. The S&P 500 Index is designed to be a leading indicator of U.S. equities and is meant to reflect the risk/return characteristics of the large-cap universe. It is not possible to invest directly in an index. R-Squared is a statistical measure that represents the percentage of a fund’s or security’s movements that are explained by movements in a benchmark index.

Earnings growth is not representative of the fund’s future performance.

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