We consider foreign companies to be those domiciled outside of the United States. When determining domicile, we may consider factors such as a company's country of incorporation, primary exchange, geographic location of assets, and geographic sources of revenue.
A company that derives at least 50% of its revenues from goods produced or sold, investments made, or services performed in an emerging market country, is considered by Wasatch Funds to be an emerging markets company (regardless of its country of incorporation or exchange). When the majority of a company's assets are located in an emerging market, we will generally consider the company to be domiciled in an emerging market.
Investing in small or micro cap funds will be more volatile and loss of principal could be greater than investing in large cap or more diversified funds.
Investing in foreign securities, especially in frontier and emerging markets, entails special risks such as unstable currencies, highly volatile securities markets and political and social instability, which are described in more detail in the prospectus.
The Fund is non-diversified, meaning it can invest a larger portion of its assets in the stocks of a limited number of companies than a diversified fund. Non-diversification increases the risk of loss to the Fund if the values of these securities decline.
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Portfolio holdings are subject to change at any time. References to specific securities should not be construed as recommendations by the Funds or their Advisor.
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