News & Events
Raymond James – April 2015Morning Tack – “Size Wars”
Kiplinger – March, 2015Great Stocks That Cost Less Than $10
The SUIT – September 2014Unveiling Micro-Cap Opportunities
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MarketWatch – June 2014Plenty of Value Left in Small-Cap Stocks
Crain’s Chicago Business – March 2014Perritt: The Little Stock Fund Engine That Did
Portfolio Manager Audio – March 2014Interview with Portfolio Manager Michael Corbett
Perritt Funds – March 2014Perritt Low Priced Stock Fund (PLOWX) Launched
Fidelity Investments – February, 2014Perritt Ultra MicroCap Fund Named as Fidelity Fund Pick in the Small Value Category as of 2/28/2014
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Fund holdings and sector allocations are subject to change at any time and should not be considered a recommendation to buy or sell any security. Please click here for a link to the Perritt MicroCap Opportunities Fund’s top ten holdings. Please click here for a link to the Perrittt Ultra MicroCap Fund’s top ten holdings. Please click here for a link to the Perritt Low Priced Stock Fund’s top ten holdings.
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Diversification does not assure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market.