Retirement services provider GoldK has added Satuit Capital Management’s Capital Micro-Cap Fund to its retirement offerings.

Satuit, founded by Robert Sullivan two years ago, has less than $1 million in assets in its coffers. But GoldK said in a statement that it wasn’t deterred from taking on the fund because Sullivan has managed "significantly larger portfolios throughout his career."

The fund invests in a short list of between 50 and 100 stocks that are picked from 200 equities that are screened by the portfolio management staff.

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