Higher long-term capital growth, with an increased level of risk
Timothy Plan’s Emerging Markets fund focuses on companies domiciled, or engaged in activities, in foreign markets poised for growth. There is no regard to company size, and the fund manager focuses on selecting equity securities of companies with high earning potential due to their business in a country that is considered to be an "emerging market." The fund is designed for investors who can tolerate a higher level of risk, or for the riskier portion of a proper asset allocation. Call 1.800.846.7526 or chat online if you need any assistance.
The Fund's objective is long-term growth of capital. The Fund seeks to achieve its objectives by investing primarily in companies domiciled or headquartered around the globe in the emerging markets or emerging economies. Emerging markets or emerging economies are nation's with social or business activity in the process of rapid growth and industrialization.
The Fund uses the principles of value investing to analyze and select equity securities for the Fund's investment portfolio. When buying equity securities, the Investment Manager assesses the estimated "intrinsic" value of a company based on data such as a company's earnings power, cash flow generation, and/or asset value of the underlying business. By choosing securities that are selling at a discount to the Investment Manager's estimates of their share of the company's intrinsic business value, the Investment Manager seeks to establish an opportunity for long-term capital appreciation. The Investment Manager may sell a security when its price reaches a target set by the Investment Manager, if the Investment Manager believes that other investments are more attractive, or for other reasons.