Contact: Rob Solt
563-288-2773 or 866-747-9030
For Immediate Release:
July 24, 2001
Return Fund Receives Nasdaq Ticker Symbol
Muscatine, IA – Pearl Total Return Fund now has its own ticker
symbol – PFTRX – on the Nasdaq Mutual Fund Quotation Service.
Pearl Total Return Fund’s daily net asset value will appear in
newspapers that report mutual fund information.
Pearl Mutual Funds include Pearl Total
Return Fund and Pearl Aggressive Growth Fund. Pearl Total Return Fund seeks long-term total return
for its investors. Pearl
Aggressive Growth Fund seeks long-term aggressive growth of capital. Each Fund is
a fund-of-funds that invests in shares of other registered investment
companies, including mutual funds and closed-end funds.
All investments involve risks.
Even though Pearl Total Return Fund and Pearl Aggressive Growth
Fund each invest in many mutual funds, that investment strategy cannot
Funds are no-load, with no sales charge and no redemption fee.
Both Funds do not impose any 12b-1 fee.
However, some of the mutual funds in which the Funds may invest
may impose a 12b-1 fee.
Pearl Mutual Funds are based in
Muscatine, Iowa and began a public offering of their shares on July 2,
2001. Information on Pearl Mutual Funds may be obtained by
calling toll-free 866-747-9030 or from the Funds’ website:
Mutual Funds are described in a prospectus which contains more complete
information about both Funds, including management fees and other
charges and expenses. Any
investor should read the prospectus carefully before investing or
sending money. Anyone can
request a prospectus by calling toll-free 866-747-9030, or can download
it at www.pearlfunds.com
Shares of Pearl Total Return
Fund and Pearl Aggressive Growth Fund, each a series of Pearl Mutual
Funds, are eligible for sale in 13 states (including Iowa and Illinois).
This announcement is not an offer or a solicitation of an offer
to buy any of the Pearl Mutual Funds, nor shall any of the Pearl Mutual
Funds be offered or sold to any person in any jurisdiction in which the
offer, solicitation, purchase, or sale would be unlawful under the
securities law of such jurisdiction.