Gumby's got nothing on this flexible fund.
You've got to love the Wasatch family of funds. This Utah-based fund family has a stellar record for fund management, but today, only one of its funds remains open to new investors: the Wasatch Global Science & Technology Fund (WAGTX).
Ajay Krishnan manages this 3-year-old sector fund, and typical of all funds within the family, uses a bottom-up approach to investing, is research driven, and is very price/earnings sensitive. "Just in terms of our valuation discipline," says Krishnan, "we're trying to capture growth, but we don't think you have to take on undue P/E risk to get it."
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