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The Frontegra MFG Core Infrastructure Fund's goal, also referred to as its investment objective, is long-term capital appreciation.
Principal Investment Strategy
The Fund's investment universe will principally consist of companies whose predominant source of earnings is derived from the following infrastructure assets:
It is anticipated that the Fund's portfolio will generally consist of 80 to 100 companies.
Pursuant to an expense cap agreement between the Funds adviser, Frontegra Asset Management, Inc. ("Frontegra") and the Fund, Frontegra agreed to waive its management fee and/or reimburse the Funds operating expenses to the extent necessary to ensure that the Funds total operating expenses (excluding acquired fund fees and expenses) do not exceed 0.70% of the Fund's average daily net assets. The expense cap agreement for the Fund will continue in effect until October 31, 2014 with successive renewal terms of one year unless terminated by Frontegra or the Fund prior to any such renewal. Other Expenses are presented before any waivers or expense reimbursements.
Past performance does not
guarantee future results. The principal value of an investment and investment return
will fluctuate so that an investor's shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than
their original cost. Current performance may be lower or higher than the performance
quoted and may be obtained by calling 888-825-2100. Investment performance reflects
contractual fee waivers in effect. In the absence of such waiver, total returns
would be reduced.
Mutual fund investing involves risk; principal loss is possible.Principal Risk Factors. The main risks of investing in the Fund are:
Market Risks. The Fund's investments are subject to market risk, which may cause the value of the Fund's investments to decline. If the value of the Fund's investments goes down, the share price of the Fund will go down, and you may lose money. U.S. and international markets have experienced extreme volatility, reduced liquidity, credit downgrades, increased likelihood of default and valuation difficulties in recent years.
Equity Securities Risks. Common stocks and other equity securities held by the Fund will fluctuate in value based on the earnings of the company and on general industry and market conditions, leading to fluctuations in the Fund's share price.
Stock Selection Risks. The stocks selected for the Fund may decline in value or not increase in value when the stock market in general is rising.
Foreign Securities Risks. Investments in securities of foreign companies involve additional risks, including less liquidity, currency-rate fluctuations, political and economic instability and differences in financial reporting standards and securities market regulation.
Currency Risks. The value of the Fund's foreign holdings as measured in U.S. dollars may be affected unfavorably by changes in foreign currency exchange rates. The Fund may also incur costs in connection with conversions between various currencies.
Management Risks. The Fund is subject to management risk as an actively-managed investment portfolio and depends on the decisions of the portfolio management team to produce the desired results.
Infrastructure Investment Risks. The Fund's investments in infrastructure companies will expose the Fund to potential adverse economic, regulatory, political and other changes affecting such investments. Issuers of securities in infrastructure-related businesses are subject to a variety of factors that may adversely affect their business or operations, including high interest costs in connection with capital construction programs, high leverage, costs associated with environmental or other regulations, the effects of economic slowdowns, adverse changes in fuel prices, the effects of energy conservation policies and other factors. Transportation infrastructure companies can be significantly affected by economic changes, fuel prices, labor relations, insurance costs and government regulations.
Utilities Industry Risks. Utility company revenues and costs are subject to regulation by states and other regulators. Regulatory authorities also may restrict a company's access to new markets. The deregulation of certain utilities companies may subject these companies to greater risks of loss. Utilities companies may incur unexpected increases in fuel and other operating costs. Rising interest rates could lead to higher financing costs and reduced earnings. Utilities are also subject to considerable costs associated with environmental compliance, nuclear waste clean-up and safety regulation. There is a risk that these costs will not be fully recovered through an increase in revenues.
Small- and Medium-Capitalization Company Risks. Small-capitalization and medium-capitalization companies are often more volatile and less liquid than larger companies. Securities of these companies may be subject to greater and more abrupt price fluctuations and may be more susceptible to market pressures and business failures. Stocks of small and medium-sized companies may underperform the stocks of larger companies as an asset class.
Frontegra Funds, Inc. are
distributed by Frontegra Strategies, LLC, an affiliate of Frontegra Funds, Inc., and
managed by Frontegra Asset Management, Inc.
Frontegra Strategies, LLC is located at 400 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 500, Northbrook, Illinois 60062, and can be contacted by calling (847) 509-9860. Frontegra Strategies, LLC is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc. and SIPC.www.finra.org
You may obtain information about SIPC, including the SIPC brochure, by visiting www.sipc.org or calling SIPC at (202) 371-8300.