The Sturgeon Financial Group of Dayton, Ohio is planning to offer a value fund with a technology bent, the first of two funds the firm expects to offer this year.

The Sturgeon Fund plans to follow a value investing philosophy and take what the fund describes as significant investments in technology stocks, according to a registration statement filed with the SEC Dec. 22. The fund will be sold with a sales charge of up to four percent, according to the registration statement. Sturgeon Financial has approximately $350 million in assets under management, said Richard W. Bradford, the portfolio manager for the Sturgeon Fund.

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