FUND FACT SHEET

MONONGAHELA CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

FUND DESCRIPTION
Monongahela All Cap Value Fund seeks total return through long-term capital appreciation and income. The no-load Fund will primarily invest in equity securities of companies of any size that the Fund’s managers believe are undervalued at the time of purchase and have potential for capital appreciation.

PORTFOLIO CO- MANAGERS
Mark Rodgers, co- founder of Rodgers Brothers (1985) and Monongahela Capital Management (1998). Mark has over 38 years of experience investing in the value market.

Michael Rodgers, director of Rodgers Brothers and Monongahela Capital Management (1998). Mike has worked in the finance industry since 1983, with over 16 years of experience investing in the value market.

FUND DATA

Ticker SymbolMCMVX
Fund AdviserMonongahela Capital Management
CategoryAll Cap Value
Minimum Investment$5,000
Net Expense Ratio*0.85%
Gross Expense Ratio5.49%
Distribution (12b-1) FeesNone
Number of Stocks35 (as of Jun 30, 2017)
Foreign Holdings1 (as of Jun 30, 2017)

*Monongahela Capital Management has contractually agreed to waive its fee or reimburse expenses to limit total annual operating expenses to 0.85% through September 1, 2018.

MANAGERS’ PERSPECTIVE WITH MARK AND MICHAEL RODGERS

 

FactSheet
“Our management team is experienced and patient, dedicated to discovering undervalued companies with intrinsic value. We seek companies with strong balance sheets, solid operating results and strong corporate leadership to add to our portfolio.”

 

MONTH END: TEN LARGEST HOLDINGS

As of June 30, 2017

 

II-VI Inc

Seagate Technology

Cubic Corp

Williams-Sonoma Inc

Federated Investors Inc

General Mills Inc

Metlife Inc

Tesoro Corp

Target Corp

American Express Co

 

PORTFOLIO COMPOSITION

Equity sector diversification

MCMVX as of June 30, 2017
Consumer Discretionary14.42%
Consumer Staples15.66%
Energy6.01%
Financials13.76%
Health Care13.87%
Industrials15.03%
Information Technology18.56%
Materials0%
Real Estate0%
Telecommunication Services0%
Utilities2.69%
Sector categories are based on the Global Industry Classification system

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