Virtus and Rice Win the WSJ's Praise
   The insiders' edge for 40 Act industry executives!
an InvestmentWires' Publication
Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Virtus and Rice Win the WSJ's Praise

The folks at Rice Hall James [see profile] and Virtus [see profile] may be busting out the champagne today. In the Wall Street Journal's monthly "Investing in Funds" special section, Suzanne McGee unveiled Tom McDowell's $103-million Rice Hall James Small Cap Fund and Todd Beiley's $84-million Virtus Small-Cap Sustainable Growth Fund as the number one and two top performing U.S. equity mutual funds over the past 12 months. (Beiley works for Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management.)

The WSJ offers a glimpse of the two PMs' strategies, and notes that both have significant holdings in both Hittie Microwave and PriceSmart. The paper also notes that five of the top 10 funds this quarter are small-cap funds, and one is a small-mid-cap fund.

Printed from:

Copyright 2011, InvestmentWires, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Back to Top