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Gabelli Media Mogul Fund

Fund Overview for Gabelli Media Mogul Fund I

Objective

The Gabelli Media Mogul Fund primarily seeks to provide investors with capital appreciation.

Principal Investment Strategies:

    Under normal market conditions, the Fund invests at least 80% of its net assets, plus borrowings for investment purposes, in the media industry. Media industry companies are companies that are primarily engaged in the production, sale and distribution of goods or services used in the media industry. Media industry companies are companies that derive at least 50% of their revenue from the production or distribution of information and entertainment content, and may include television and radio stations, motion picture companies, print publishing and providers of internet content, as well as satellite service providers, cable service providers and advertising service providers. The Fund will specifically invest in companies that were spun-off from Liberty Media Corporation (“Liberty Media”) as constituted in 2001, as well as in companies that resulted from subsequent mergers of any such spin-offs or stocks that track performance of such spin-offs or companies that resulted from subsequent mergers of any such spin-offs, and in public companies in which Liberty Media and its successor companies invest. Liberty Media was spun off from AT&T Corporation in August 2001, as an amalgamation of, among others, media and telecommunications related assets. The company’s chairman and largest shareholder since inception has been Dr. John C. Malone. Since 2001, Liberty Media has engaged in a series of spin-offs, split-offs, mergers, and tracking stock issuances. Tracking stocks are generally common stocks issued by a parent company that track performance of a particular division of a company without having claim on the assets of the division or the parent company.

    The current investable universe includes U.S. and non-U.S. listed companies in all capitalization ranges in the media industry. The Adviser will weight these securities utilizing factors including, but not limited to the attractiveness of a security’s valuation and the potential for a catalyst or event that might surface underlying value in a particular security.

    The Fund may appeal to you if:

    • you are a long-term investor
    • you seek capital appreciation
    • you believe that the market will favor financial services companies over the long term
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  Gabelli Media Mogul Fund


Fund Structure:   Open End
Investment Style:  
Inception:   April 01, 2019
 
Class I :   MOGLX
 
Portfolio Manager(s)


Media Mogul Overview Video
 

Portfolio details

 

Returns represent past performance and do not guarantee future results. Current performance may be lower or higher than the performance data quoted. Investment return and principal value will fluctuate so, upon redemption, shares may be worth more or less than their original cost. To obtain the most recent month end performance information and a prospectus, please call 800-GABELLI or visit www.gabelli.com
 


Funds concentrating in specific sectors may experience greater fluctuations in value than funds that are more diversified. The Fund invests in foreign securities which involves risks not ordinarily associated with investments in domestic issues, including currency fluctuation, economic and political risks.

The Fund's share price will fluctuate with changes in the market value of the Fund's portfolio securities. Stocks are subject to market, economic and business risks that cause their prices to fluctuate. When you sell Fund shares, they may be worth less than what you paid for them. Consequently, you can lose money by investing in the Fund.