Reviewing Royce Funds

As we get closer to the Thursday deadline, we are seeing the 13Fs roll into the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). I have a pile of them on the desk from people I respect and follow to review. I have also randomly searched though a lot of filings from managers I am not familiar with to see if there any new smart follow and steal stock ideas from.

One old reliable name that has filed its holdings for the third quarter is The Royce Funds. Headed up by veteran stock picker Chuck Royce, the firm has a long tradition of using value principles to pick small-cap stocks. I have stolen many solid ideas from Royce and his team over the years. The firm has more than 30 funds and $38 billion under management. The associates like to own a lot of different stocks with relatively small position sizes in most of their funds....560 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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