Buffalo Funds

We currently offer ten different no-load mutual funds representing a full range of capitalization size and growth and income options.

Income Funds

Buffalo Dividend Focus Fund (BUFDX) – Seeks, as a primary objective, current income, with long-term growth of capital as a secondary objective.

Buffalo High Yield Fund (BUFHX) – Seeks a high level of current income and, secondarily, capital growth through higher-yielding, high-risk, fixed income securities.

Flexible Income Fund (BUFBX) – Invests primarily for income, with a growth component to offset inflation, using income generating bonds and common stocks. The portfolio managers may change the allocation mix based on economic conditions and underlying security values to achieve optimal yields.

Domestic Equity Funds

Buffalo Discovery Fund (BUFTX) – Is a small-mid cap growth fund that invests in companies that we believe benefit from innovative strategies.

Buffalo Emerging Opportunities Fund (BUFOX) – Invests in companies with market capitalizations below $1 billion.

Buffalo Growth Fund (BUFGX) – Is a mid-large cap growth fund that invests in U.S. based companies that can be beneficiaries of global growth trends.

Buffalo Large Cap Fund (BUFEX) – Seeks companies with market caps of $10 billion or greater at the time of initial purchase.

Buffalo Mid Cap Fund (BUFMX) – Invests in common stocks of companies with market capitalizations between $1.5 billion and $10 billion.

Buffalo Small Cap Fund (BUFSX) – Typical market capitalization between $500 million and $2.5 billion at the time of purchase.

International Equity Fund

Buffalo International Fund (BUFIX) – Invests in a broad range of foreign companies, with diversification across market caps, industries, and geographies.

 

While the funds are no-load, management and other expenses still apply. Please refer to the prospectus for further details.

Diversification does not assure a profit or protect against loss in a declining market.

Growth stocks typically are more volatile than value stocks; however, value stocks have a lower expected growth rate in earnings and sales.