Paradigm Funds(5)

Catalysts in Small Caps

Paradigm Opportunity Fund

US> Multi-Cap > Growth

Aug 12, 2010

Investing in small cap companies demands discipline and a detailed understanding of the company business model and industry dynamics. Fund manager Jason Ronovech looks for opportunities where the market is overly negative, with a short-term bias creating a valuation discount. Then, he focuses his analysis on the probability of company management successfully executing their strategy to enhance shareholder value.

Small Cap Investing for Long Term Growth

Paradigm Value Fund

US> Mid-Cap > Core

Sep 25, 2009

The Paradigm Value Fund uses a rigorous in-house research process to search for companies that meets its investment criteria and builds a balanced portfolio to minimize company, industry, and market risk. The Fund has historically outperformed its benchmark with lower volatility.

Trends and Research

Paradigm Asset Management

US> Large-Cap > Growth

Feb 23, 2009

A key to solving the mystery of successful investing is the divide between smart and consistent strategies on the one hand and pure luck on the other. Paradigm Asset Management has developed a unique research platform and portfolio construction techniques organized around the principles of consistency and reliability. Greg Pai, who oversees Paradigm’s Large Value Strategy for institutional clients, explains how his portfolio has benefited from the firm’s proprietary model.

SMID Selection

Paradigm Select Fund

May 29, 2008

Paradigm Select Fund focuses on exploiting inefficiencies in the small to mid-cap markets by a bottom-up fundamental stock selection process. Fund manager Jason Ronovech has found that conservatively managed companies, if purchased at a discount to intrinsic value, can provide consistent returns. The portfolio is distributed among a variety of industries with holdings in undervalued companies with solid long-term growth prospects.

Confidence in Fundamentals

Paradigm Value Fund

US> Mid-Cap > Core

Dec 22, 2006

The Paradigm Value Fund takes advantage of inefficiencies in the small-cap market to develop a deeper understanding of target companies and, as a result, gain advantage in the marketplace. Seeking capital appreciation, portfolio manager John Walthausen is looking for stocks with strong fundamentals and long-term potential.