Third Avenue Small-Cap Value Fund
Victor Cunningham, CFA
Evan Strain, CFA
Founded in 1997
Our Small-Cap Strategy seeks long term capital appreciation by investing in equity securities of small-capitalization companies in the US that we believe to be mispriced by the market.
Small in market cap, seeks high quality.
The Small-Cap Strategy is derived from Third Avenue’s value-oriented approach and is driven by our focus on well-managed companies with financial strength, potential to compound NAV, and securities priced at a discount to our conservative estimates of NAV. This leads to a portfolio of what we believe are high-quality businesses trading at deep discounts to intrinsic value.
High Active Share
Active Share vs. Russell 2000 Value Index1
Total Equity Holdings
as of December 30, 2020
Top 10 Holdings
|Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.||6.7%||0.2%|
|UMB Financial Corp.||6.6%||0.3%|
|Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc.||5.4%||0.1%|
|MYR Group, Inc.||5.0%||0.0%|
|Prosperity Bancshares, Inc||4.9%||–|
|Alamo Group, Inc.||4.2%||0.0%|
|ICF International, Inc.||4.1%||0.1%|
|Cal-Maine Foods, Inc.||3.9%||0.1%|
|FRP Holdings, Inc.||3.9%||0.0%|
as of December 31, 2020
as of December 31, 2020
Third Avenue Funds are distributed by Foreside Fund Services, LLC. Investors should consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. Third Avenue Funds are offered by prospectus only. The prospectuses and summary prospectuses are available on this website or by calling (800) 443-1021. Read the prospectus or summary prospectus carefully before investing.
FUND RISKS: Please be aware that small-cap investments are subject to higher volatility and lower financial resources than large-cap investments. The markets for these securities are also less liquid than those for larger companies. For a full disclosure of principal investment risks, please refer to the Fund’s Prospectus.
1 Active Share is the percentage of a fund’s portfolio that differs from the benchmark index. The Russell 2000 Value Index measures the performance of those Russell 2000 companies with lower price-to-book ratios and lower forecasted growth values.
Indices are not securities that can be purchased or sold, and their total returns are reflective of unmanaged portfolios. The returns include reinvestment of interest, capital gains and dividends.