Palouse Capital Management, Inc.’s Large Cap Value Strategy Receives “PSN Top Guns” Recognition


Palouse Capital Management, Inc.’s Large Cap Value Strategy Receives “PSN Top Guns” Recognition

Spokane, Washington (February 25, 2015) – Palouse Capital Management, Inc.’s Large Cap Value Strategy earned recognition as a top performer in the two star Large Value Universe on the “PSN Top Guns” list for the year ending December 31, 2014. Investment strategies receiving PSN Top Guns honors reflect the top ten performers in over 50 style universes and six “star categories” (PSN’s star categories differ from each other based on longevity, risk and adherence to investment styles). The PSN Top Guns List is a quarterly ranking of investment managers and is used by institutional asset managers and investors nationally.

Bryn Harman, CFA, Palouse Capital’s Chief Investment Officer, stated “We are again very pleased to receive PSN’s recognition of our efforts with our Large Cap Value Strategy. This recognizes the performance of this strategy for the calendar year 2014. The objective of this strategy is to seek long-term capital appreciation in larger capitalization companies that are currently undervalued. Of particular note is that this is our third different equity strategy, along with our Diversified Income and Small/Mid Value Strategies, to receive national recognition on the “PSN Top Guns” list in 2014. I sincerely congratulate Jeff and Ken for a job well done.” PCM’s portfolio management team consists of Bryn Harman, CFA, Jeff Trudeau, CFA, and Ken Roberts.

Please find attached a performance presentation for PCM’s Large Cap Value Strategy.

Past performance and PSN rankings/awards are not indicative of, nor a guarantee of future results.
All investments involve risk including the loss of principal. This information is not intended to be used as the primary basis of investment decisions nor should it be construed as advice designed to meet the particular investment needs of any specific investor. PCM’s Diversified Income Strategy utilizes a blend of various income producing securities that may include, but is not limited to U.S. government treasuries and agencies, corporate bonds, high yield bonds, convertible securities, preferred stocks, common stock with stable and growing dividends, specialty exchange traded funds, and real estate investment trusts. While PCM’s Diversified Income Strategy is classified by PSN in the US Balanced universe due to its ability to invest in fixed income securities, this strategy allows for flexibility to tactically allocate among asset classes in order to seek the best relative value in the market environment. The income generated by the securities held in this strategy may decline; there is no guarantee that dividend-paying securities will continue to pay dividends. This strategy may include investments in lower quality, higher yielding fixed income securities which may be subject to greater price fluctuation than higher quality fixed income securities. Small-cap investing typically carries more risk than investing in well-established large cap companies since smaller companies generally have limited product lines and financial resources and a higher risk of failure. Historically, smaller companies’ stock has have experienced a greater degree of market volatility than the average stock. PCM’s Small/Mid Value Strategy may not be suitable for everyone. The ratings assigned to PCM’s strategies may not be representative of any individual client’s experience because the ratings are based on the average of all the clients invested in each strategy. Additional information regarding the services provided by PCM is available in Form ADV Part 2A. A list of composite descriptions and presentations are available upon request.

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