About the Global Luxury Goods Fund

The Global Luxury Goods Fund provides investors access to companies around the world that are involved in the design, manufacture and sale of products and services that are not considered to be essential but are highly desired within a culture or society. 

Investments in luxury goods companies may expose the fund to consumer discretionary industries. These include but are not limited to apparel, automotive, home and office products, leisure products, recreation facilities, retail discretionary, travel and more.

Fund Objective

The Global Luxury Goods Fund’s primary objective is to seek long-term capital appreciation.

Fund Strategy

Under normal market conditions, the Global Luxury Goods Fund will invest at least 80 percent of its net assets in securities of companies producing, processing, distributing, and manufacturing luxury products, services or equipment. The securities in which the fund may invest include common stocks, preferred stocks, convertible securities, rights and warrants, exchange-traded funds (“ETFs”) that represent interests in, or related to, luxury goods companies, and depository receipts (American Depository Receipts (ADRs) and Global Depository Receipts (GDRs).

The fund’s benchmark is the S&P Composite 1500 Index.

**On July 1, 2020, the Holmes Macro Trends Fund (MEGAX) changed its name and investment strategy to the Global Luxury Goods Fund (USLUX).


Read more about U.S. Global Investors’ investment process.

The S&P Global Luxury Index is comprised of 80 of the largest publicly-traded companies engaged in the production or distribution of luxury goods or the provision of luxury services that meet specific investibility requirements.

Companies in the consumer discretionary sector are subject to risks associated with fluctuations in the performance of domestic and international economies, interest rate changes, increased competition and consumer confidence. The performance of such companies may also be affected by factors relating to levels of disposable household income, reduced consumer spending, changing demographics and consumer tastes, among others.

Net Asset Value
as of 10/22/2021

Global Resources Fund PSPFX $6.96 0.05 Gold and Precious Metals Fund USERX $12.52 0.14 World Precious Minerals Fund UNWPX $4.80 0.08 China Region Fund USCOX $8.62 0.04 Emerging Europe Fund EUROX $7.43 0.06 Global Luxury Goods Fund USLUX $25.19 0.26 Near-Term Tax Free Fund NEARX $2.23 No Change U.S. Government Securities Ultra-Short Bond Fund UGSDX $1.99 No Change