Comstock Capital Value Fund

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Portfolio Manager(s)
Charles L. Minter
Fund Details
Fund Structure:

Open End
Asset Class:

Equity
Investment Style:

Contrarian
Investment Objective:

Total Return
Multiclass:

Yes
Key Dates
Inception: October 10, 1985 Dividends Paid: Monthly
Fiscal Year End: April Capital Gains Paid: Annual - Dec.
Fund Identifiers
Exchange Symbol: DRCVX
Cusip Number: 205763402
Telephone Audio Response Code: 1785
Class: A   
Minimum Investment Requirements
Initial Investment Subsequent Investment
Regular Account: $ 1,000 Telephone Invest: $   100
IRA, Fiduciary: $ 250 Auto Investment Plan $   100
Coverdell Education Savings Account: $ 250 Mail None
Auto Investment Plan None Wire $   100
Comstock Capital Value Fund

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Fund Operating Expenses Account Fees
Management 1.00 % Sales Load: 5.75 %
12B-1 0.25 % CDSC: * None
Other Expenses 1.48 % Exchange Fee: None
Fee Waiver + (0.00)% IRA Custodian $15 if less than $25,000
Total  2.73 %  Education IRA None 
    Short Term Red. Fee 2.00 % **
* Contingent Deferred Sales Charge

** The Funds are intended for long-term investors and not for those who wish to trade frequently in Fund shares. The Funds believe that excessive short-term trading of Fund shares creates risks for the Funds and their long-term shareholders, including interference with efficient portfolio management, increased administrative and brokerage costs and potential dilution in the value of shares. Certain of the Funds impose and retain a 2.00% redemption fee (short-term trading fee) on shares that are sold or exchanged on or before the seventh day after the date of purchase.
Please refer to Fund's prospectus for more information on the Short term trading fee.

 

This Fund utilizes short selling and derivatives. Short selling of securities and use of derivatives pose special risks and may not be suitable for certain investors. Short selling is the sale of a borrowed security and losses are realized if a price of a security increases between the date the security is sold and the date the Fund replaces it. Derivatives may be riskier than other types of investments because they may respond more to changes in economic conditions than other investments.

Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses of the Fund before investing. The prospectus, which contains more complete information about this and other matters, should be read carefully before investing. To obtain a prospectus, please call 800-GABELLI or visit www.gabelli.com.

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