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T. Rowe Price has been a constant presence in US equity markets since its founding in 1937. In establishing the firm, Thomas Rowe Price, Jr., believed that proprietary, fundamental research was the most important indicator of a stock’s worth and prospects. With a cautious suspicion of Wall Street brokers, Mr. Price understood the importance of getting out to meet companies and vet potential investment opportunities.
Even from those early days, our commitment to research at every stage of the corporate life cycle – from small beginnings through to market leadership – has given our analysts a critical informational edge.
Over the decades, as markets have evolved and companies have come and (sometimes) gone, our research teams have built on those founding principles to foster the deep, long-term relationships with companies that can harness the unique insights to make better informed decisions for our clients.
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General fund risks. Equity - Equities can lose value rapidly for a variety of reasons and can remain at low prices indefinitely. ESG and sustainability - ESG and Sustainability risk may result in a material negative impact on the value of an investment and performance of the fund. Geographic concentration - Geographic concentration risk may result in performance being more strongly affected by any social, political, economic, environmental or market conditions affecting those countries or regions in which the Fund’s assets are concentrated. Hedging - Hedging measures involve costs and may work imperfectly, may not be feasible at times, or may fail completely. Investment fund - Investing in funds involves certain risks an investor would not face if investing in markets directly. Management - Management risk may result in potential conflicts of interest relating to the obligations of the investment manager. Market - Market risk may subject the fund to experience losses caused by unexpected changes in a wide variety of factors. Operational - Operational risk may cause losses as a result of incidents caused by people, systems, and/or processes.
All data as of December 31, 2022, unless otherwise stated.
*Firmwide AUM includes assets managed by T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc. and its investment advisory affiliates.