Buffalo Discovery Fund (BUFTX):
The Overall Morningstar RatedTM Buffalo Discovery Fund (BUFTX) has the freedom to invest in companies across all market capitalizations and sectors to find long-term growth opportunities. Click here to learn more.
Among 646 funds in the Mid-Cap Growth funds (derived from weighted average of the fund's three, five and ten year risk adjusted return measure, if applicable). The Buffalo Discovery Fund received 5 stars among 646 for the three-year, 5 stars among 580 for the five-year, and five stars among 433 Mid-Cap Growth funds for the ten-year period ended 1/31/16.
Buffalo Dividend Focus Fund
(BUFDX): A Yield Focused
If one of your investments goals is dividend income generation and long-term growth of capital, consider the Overall Morningstar RatedTM Buffalo Dividend Focus Fund (BUFDX). The fund invests in a wide-range of companies that have a history of paying dividends, and of increasing these dividend payments over time. The fund targets high-quality companies with sustainable competitive advantages and the ability to deliver capital appreciation potential over the long-term. Click here to learn more.
Among 1,409 funds in the Large Blend funds (derived from weighted average of the fund's three year risk adjusted return measure, if applicable). The Buffalo Dividend Focus Fund received 5 stars among 1,409 Large Blend funds for the three-year period ended 1/31/16.
Buffalo High Yield Fund (BUFHX):
Our team brings many years of credit research experience to the bond market. We are proud to have provided our shareholders what we believe to be a conservative approach to investing in high yield bonds since 1995. Click here to learn more about our Star Overall Morningstar RatedTM Fund:
Among 636 funds in the High Yield Bond category for the period ended 1/31/2016 (derived from a weighted average of the fund’s three, five and ten year risk adjusted return measure, if applicable). The Buffalo High Yield Fund received five stars among 636 for the three-year, five stars among 522 for the five-year, and four stars among 364 High Yield Bond funds for the ten-year period ended 1/31/16.
New and Noteworthy
- Elizabeth Jones, Buffalo Large Cap Fund (BUFEX) Portfolio Manager's interview with Money Magazine: Picks From The Pros. Click here to read the article.
- Buffalo Funds announces the reopening of our Emerging Opportunities (BUFOX) and Small Cap (BUFSX) funds, which were previously closed to new accounts. The reopening is effective January 21, 2016. Click here to learn more about BUFOX. Click here to learn more about BUFSX.
- Effective May 15, 2015, Doug Cartwright, CFA is named as a Co-Manager of the Buffalo Emerging Opportunities Fund. Click here to read the press release.
- Buffalo Funds is pleased to announce the addition of Jamie Cuellar as well as Portfolio Management changes. Click here to read the press release.
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