Black Oak Emerging Technology Fund

Investment Goal

Black Oak Emerging Technology Fund seeks long-term growth by investing in stocks of companies considered to be well positioned to become market leaders among "emerging" technology companies.

Investment Approach

Black Oak seeks investments in companies that have the potential to develop or are expected to benefit from new technology or significant improvements or enhancements to existing technology. Current examples of emerging technology companies include those developing, producing, or distributing products or services related to computer networking, fiber optics and photonics, data storage, band-width enhancement, wireless and other communication technology, high speed voice, video and data transfer combinations, and health care technology.

The manager’s investment process begins with a top-down analysis of economic and industry sectors that he considers to have the best potential for emerging technology to drive long-term growth. He then focuses on the present or potential key performers in those areas, based on a highly subjective analysis of individual companies’ fundamental values such as earnings growth potential and the quality of corporate management. The investment process generally does not base stock selections on a company’s size but rather on its assessment of a company’s fundamental prospects for growth. Nonetheless, the Fund tends to own stocks of small to medium capitalization and may own stocks of new, less-established companies of any size.



Portfolio Manager

Robert D. Stimpson, CFA >>

 

Quarterly Factsheet

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Portfolio Holdings

As of December 31, 2016
Total Holdings 37
Total Fund Assets $34 million
Alliance Data Systems Corp.ADS
Ambarella, Inc.AMBA
Apple, Inc.AAPL
Arrow Electronics, Inc.ARW
Blucora, Inc.BCOR
CA, Inc.CA
CalAmp Corp.CAMP
Cirrus Logic, Inc.CRUS
Citrix Systems, Inc.CTXS
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. - Class ACTSH
Computer Sciences Corp.CSC
CSG Systems International, Inc.CSGS
CSRA, Inc.CSRA
Dell Technologies, Inc. - Class VDVMT
F5 Networks, Inc.FFIV
Fortinet, Inc.FTNT
IDT Corp.IDT
Illumina, Inc.ILMN
IxiaXXIA
IXYS Corp.IXYS
Lam Research Corp.LRCX
MaxLinear, Inc.MXL
Monotype Imaging Holdings, Inc.TYPE
NETGEAR, Inc.NTGR
Palo Alto Networks, Inc.PANW
Perficient, Inc.PRFT
Photronics, Inc.PLAB
Qualcomm, Inc.QCOM
Quality Systems, Inc.QSII
Salesforce.com, Inc.CRM
Science Applications International Corp.SAIC
Seagate Technology PLCSTX
Silicon Motion Technology Corp. - ADRSIMO
Synaptics, Inc.SYNA
SYNNEX Corp.SNX
Tessera Holding Corp.TSRA
VASCO Data Security International, Inc.VDSI

The aggregate percentage
of the top 10 holdings is: 40.05%

Fund Data

Ticker Symbol BOGSX
Minimum Investment $2,000
Min. Subsequent Investment $25
Load None
Cusip 671081404
Net Expense Ratio 1.36%
Gross Expense Ratio 1.40%

Daily Performance

As of January 13, 2017
Share Price $4.75   
Change $0.05   
 
As of January 13, 2017
Year-to-Date Performance 3.94%

Monthly Performance

As of December 31, 2016
 
1 Year 16.72%
3 Year 7.51%
5 Year 13.67%
10 Year 8.04%
Since Inception ‑4.36%
Inception Date December 29, 2000

Quarterly Performance

As of December 31, 2016
 
1 Year 16.72%
3 Year 7.51%
5 Year 13.67%
10 Year 8.04%
Since Inception ‑4.36%
Inception Date December 29, 2000


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