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EKGCX Wells Fargo Global Small Cap Fund I

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Fund EKGCX Wells Fargo Global Small Cap Fund I OBEGX Oberweis Emerging Growth Fund Investor  
100% 87%
Annual Fees
(2.30% Exp. Ratio)
(1.59% Exp. Ratio)
Future Est. Balance in 30 yrs
Assuming 5.53% annual return
$25,033.55 $31,107.31
Est. savings over 30 yrs +$6,073.76
As of 2/28/18
1 YR RETURN 17.02%
3 YR 10.21%
5 YR 10.96%
10 YR 6.65%
1 YR RETURN 26.64%
3 YR 11.02%
5 YR 14.20%
10 YR 7.92%
The Fund seeks long-term growth of capital through globally diversified investments. The Fund invest principally in equity securities of small-capitalization companies, which we define as companies with market capitalizations within the range of the S&P Developed SmallCap Index at the time of purchase.
The Fund seeks to maximize capital appreciation by investing in companies that have the potential for above average long-term growth in market value based on an analysis of 8 factors called the "Oberweis Octagon" and with an average market capitalization less than $1.5 billion.

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