What 30 Years of Investment Experience Tells UsThe Perritt Funds seek to capture the benefits of the "small firm effect"1 through bottom-up, fundamental stock selection. We are devoted to the micro-cap space and focuses only on investing in micro-cap companies. Our two micro-cap investment strategies offer investors distinct exposure to the micro-cap asset class without risk of style drift.
|PRCGX -- *4/11/1988||-27.25||-26.95||-10.92||-3.63||3.19||7.26||7.53|
|PREOX -- *8/27/2004||-18.60||-26.51||-8.49||-1.93||4.01||-||4.24|
|PRCGX -- *4/11/1988||-36.96||-36.05||-14.52||-6.31||2.27||5.81||7.07|
|PRCGX Net Expense Ratio N/A||PRCGX Gross Expense Ratio 1.28%|
|PREOX -- *8/27/2004||-29.49||-35.85||-12.63||-4.82||3.32||-||3.31|
|PREOX Net Expense Ratio N/A||PREOX Gross Expense Ratio 1.72%|
Performance data quoted represents past performance; past performance does not guarantee future results. 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 their original cost. Current performance of the fund may be lower or higher than the performance quoted. Performance data current to the most recent month end may be obtained by calling 800-331-8936. The funds impose a 2% exchange and redemption fee for shares held 90 days or less. Performance data quoted does not reflect the redemption or exchange fee. If reflected, total return would be reduced.
The MicroCap Opportunities Fund (PRCGX) is a successor to the investment performance of the Perritt MicroCap Opportunities Fund, the fund’s predecessor. Performance information shown for periods on or prior to March 31, 2014 is that of the fund’s predecessor. The MicroCap Opportunities Fund was advised by the same adviser, has the same investment objective and strategies as the predecessor fund.
1 “The Neglected and Small Firm Effects.” Avner Arbel & Paul Strebel, The Financial Review, vol. 18, issue 4, 1982.
Price to Cash Flow is calculated by dividing the current price of the stock by the company’s cash flow per share.
Price to Book Value Ratio is calculated by dividing the current price of the stock by the company’s book value per share.
Price to Sales Ratio is a tool for calculating a stock’s valuation relative to other companies, calculated by dividing a stock’s current price by its revenue per share.
Price to Earnings Ratio is calculated by dividing current price of the stock by the company’s trailing 12 months’ earnings per share.
Earnings Growth is the measurement of any increase in company earnings over a set time period.
Diversification does not assure a profit or protect against a loss in a declining market.
Earnings Growth is not representative of the fund’s future performance.
While the fund is no-load, management and other expenses still apply.