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U S Global Investors Inc  (GROW)
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U S Global Investors Inc's

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GROW Sales vs. its Competitors Q3 2022



Comparing the results to its competitors, U S Global Investors Inc reported Total Revenue decrease in the 3 quarter 2022 year on year by -54.64 %, despite revenue increase by most of its competitors of 4.5 %, recorded in the same quarter.

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With net margin of 3.98 % company reported lower profitability than its competitors.

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Net Income Comparison


U S Global Investors Inc Net Income in 3 quarter 2022 declined year on year by -95.06 %, faster than the decline experianced by the competitors of -23.88 %.

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U S Global Investors Inc's Comment on Competitors and Industry Peers


The mutual fund industry is highly competitive. According to the Investment Company Institute, at the end of 2014 there were approximately 9,300 domestically registered open-end investment companies of varying sizes and investment policies, whose shares are being offered to the public worldwide. Generally, there are two types of mutual funds: “load” and “no-load.” In addition, there are both load and no-load funds that have adopted Rule 12b-1 plans authorizing the payment of distribution costs of the funds out of fund assets. USGIF is a trust with no-load funds that have adopted 12b-1 plans. Load funds are typically sold through or sponsored by brokerage firms, and a sales commission is charged on the amount of the investment. No-load funds, such as the USGIF, however, may be purchased directly from the particular mutual fund organization or through a distributor, and no sales commissions are charged.
In addition to competition from other mutual fund managers and investment advisers, the Company and the mutual fund industry are in competition with various investment alternatives, offered by insurance companies, banks, securities broker-dealers, other financial institutions, and ETFs. ETFs have had a significant impact on the industry in the past decade, growing from nearly nothing to approximately 1,500 ETFs available at the end of 2014. Many of these institutions are able to engage in more liberal advertising than mutual funds and may offer accounts at competitive interest rates, which may be insured by federally chartered corporations such as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
A number of mutual fund groups are significantly larger than the funds managed by U.S. Global, offer a greater variety of investment objectives and have more experience and greater resources to promote the sale of investments therein. However, the Company believes it has the resources, products, and personnel to compete with these other mutual funds. In particular, the Company is known for its expertise in the gold mining and exploration, natural resources and emerging markets. Competition for sales of fund shares is influenced by various factors, including investment objectives and performance, advertising and sales promotional efforts, distribution channels, and the types and quality of services offered to fund shareholders.
Success in the investment advisory and mutual fund distribution businesses is substantially dependent on each fund’s investment performance, the quality of services provided to shareholders, and the Company’s efforts to market the Funds effectively. Sales of Fund shares generate management, distribution and administrative services fees (which are based on the assets of the Funds), and shareholder services fees (which are based on the assets of the Funds held through institutions). Costs of distribution and compliance continue to put pressure on profit margins for the mutual fund industry.
Despite the Company’s expertise in gold mining and exploration, natural resources, and emerging markets, the Company faces the same obstacle many advisers face, namely uncovering undervalued investment opportunities as the markets face further uncertainty and increased volatility. In addition, the growing number of alternative investments, especially in specialized areas, has created pressure on the profit margins and increased competition for available investment opportunities.
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Overall company Market Share Q3 2022

Overall company, revenue fell by -54.64 % and company lost market share, to approximate 0 %.




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GROW's vs. Competition, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)


COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP
(in millions of $)
REVENUES
(in millions of $)
INCOME
(in millions of $)
EMPLOYEES
U S Global Investors Inc GROW 42.16 17.00 3.00 40
Apollo Asset Management Inc. AAMPRA 0 4,051.74 2,709.77 0
Alliancebernstein L p AB 11,047 6,261.76 1,300.86 3,600
Associated Capital Group Inc AC 850 -9.10 -49.38 72
American International Group Inc AIG 47,378 58,938.00 15,195.00 46,000
Artisan Partners Asset Management Inc APAM 2,105 1,082.33 289.75 370
Ares Management Corporation ARES 13,583 3,936.33 411.69 870
Bank Of America Corporation BAC 301,950 92,478.00 27,409.00 210,250
Blucora Inc BCOR 1,184 914.46 41.88 487
Franklin Resources Inc BEN 13,430 8,275.30 1,333.20 10,575
Bgc Partners Inc BGCP 1,540 1,820.38 140.73 7,841
The Bank Of New York Mellon Corporation BK 36,523 16,741.00 2,885.00 48,300
Blackrock Inc BLK 108,528 18,427.00 5,319.00 16,350
Bok Financial Corp BOKF 6,921 1,754.60 469.09 4,789
Popular Inc BPOP 5,297 3,011.90 1,050.15 7,810
Blackstone Inc BX 65,496 12,576.27 5,185.94 2,060
Citigroup inc C 93,004 74,486.00 17,068.00 200,000
Citizens Financial Group Inc CFG 20,790 7,224.00 1,837.00 18,000
Carlyle Group Inc CG 10,960 5,718.40 1,786.50 1,700
Cowen Inc COWN 1,252 1,611.28 106.62 769
Credit Suisse Group Ag CS 8,102 22,696.00 -1,626.00 48,200
Cyngn Inc CYN 27 -678.70 -160.10 3,570
Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc DHIL 543 136.77 38.69 126
Evercore Inc EVR 4,565 3,063.49 728.60 1,400
East West Bancorp inc EWBC 9,677 2,112.80 1,009.12 2,833
First Citizens Bancshares Inc FCNCA 12,576 3,761.80 964.28 5,734
First Financial Bankshares Inc FFIN 5,213 514.81 231.14 1,270
First Interstate Bancsystem Inc FIBK 4,630 906.50 167.50 1,742
First Midwest Bancorp Inc FMBI 2,447 729.14 176.87 1,790
Fnb Corp FNB 4,975 1,297.00 399.00 2,747
Fulton Financial Corp FULT 3,151 960.45 278.33 3,460
Glacier Bancorp Inc GBCI 6,271 856.76 274.23 2,245
Gamco Investors Inc. Et Al GBL 389 283.11 74.89 168
Genworth Financial Inc GNW 2,496 7,348.00 729.00 5,300
The Goldman Sachs Group Inc GS 137,829 50,254.00 15,881.00 38,300
Great Western Bancorp Inc GWB 1,715 503.03 203.26 1,475
Gwg Holdings Inc GWGH 60 30.77 -315.84 50
The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc HIG 24,756 22,162.00 1,934.00 19,500
Hilltop Holdings inc HTH 1,881 1,401.24 157.51 5,300
First Internet Bancorp INBK 226 119.44 41.67 152
Independent Bank Corp INDB 4,056 642.26 188.47 1,051
Wright Investors Service Holdings Inc IWSH 2 0.00 -1.18 0
Jmp Group Llc JMPNL 0 168.01 10.76 0
Jpmorgan Chase and Co JPM 404,955 120,592.00 35,222.00 256,692
Kkr and co. inc. KKR 34,412 9,871.05 3,215.13 1,196
Lazard Ltd LAZ 3,606 3,136.07 546.71 2,610
Legg Mason Inc LM 523 2,882.95 304.49 2,979
Lincoln National Corporation LNC 6,463 19,193.00 -2,012.00 11,357
Mbia Inc MBI 617 124.00 -298.00 252
Mma Capital Holdings Inc MMAC 162 25.52 3.49 55
Manning and Napier Inc. MN 281 141.77 18.03 474
Morgan Stanley MS 154,563 55,443.00 12,629.00 61,437
Nbt Bancorp Inc NBTB 2,018 497.62 153.18 1,721
Noah Holdings Ltd NOAH 475 1,400.01 204.95 2,688
Ofg Bancorp OFG 1,369 564.97 153.15 1,466
Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. OPY 493 1,183.71 94.21 3,290
Peoples United Financial Inc PBCT 8,258 1,941.00 604.90 6,499
Principal Financial Group inc PFG 22,632 18,460.70 5,341.90 17,400
Pnc Financial Services Group Inc PNC 67,392 20,484.00 5,725.00 51,918
Park National Corporation PRK 2,384 457.26 147.77 1,793
Prudential Financial Inc PRU 38,810 63,140.00 336.00 51,511
Pzena Investment Management Inc PZN 835 190.64 74.38 88
Regions Financial Corporation RF 21,535 6,579.00 4,445.00 19,786
B Riley Financial Inc RILY 1,296 1,010.76 -25.69 217
Renasant Corp RNST 2,252 595.55 156.85 1,996
Silvercrest Asset Management Group Inc SAMG 185 130.08 36.11 109
Stifel Financial Corp SF 7,428 4,667.92 746.92 7,100
Safeguard Scientifics Inc SFE 53 -3.16 -18.02 30
Simmons First National Corp SFNC 2,950 833.49 492.26 1,946
Svb Financial Group SIVB 13,038 5,857.92 1,712.24 3,898
Stonex Group Inc. SNEX 2,010 50,386.00 142.30 0
Santander Holdings Usa Inc. SOVxC 0 9,412.96 2,616.57 15,150
Southstate Corp SSB 6,524 1,509.96 459.39 2,058
S and t Bancorp Inc STBA 1,449 341.56 117.73 1,067
Sundance Strategies Inc SUND 72 0.00 -2.96 3
Swk Holdings Corporation SWKH 246 46.64 16.99 3
Triumph Bancorp Inc TBK 1,436 481.99 111.39 500
Starco Brands Inc TCB 0 1,084.72 263.78 0
Up Fintech Holding Limited TIGR 11,445 264.49 14.69 1,134
Price T Rowe Group Inc TROW 27,904 6,925.90 1,893.60 7,678
United Bankshares Inc UBSI 5,678 1,024.99 372.01 1,701
United Community Banks Inc UCBI 4,100 778.12 239.84 1,883
Umb Financial Corp UMBF 4,074 1,389.32 410.01 3,830
Union Bankshares Inc UNB 113 48.23 34.55 0
Us Bancorp De USB 66,261 22,733.00 6,586.00 69,651
Virtu Financial inc VIRT 2,253 2,572.65 614.65 148
Valley National Bancorp VLY 6,315 1,467.83 450.76 2,929
Voya Financial Inc VOYA 6,798 6,046.00 803.00 0
Virtus Investment Partners Inc VRTS 1,412 929.17 142.81 426
Westamerica Bancorporation WABC 1,614 240.37 104.75 813
Western Alliance Bancorporation WAL 7,209 2,322.50 1,010.30 1,446
Webster Financial Corporation WBS 9,537 1,864.82 510.57 2,946
Waddell and Reed Financial Inc WDR 1,561 1,081.12 53.81 1,691
Wisdomtree Investments Inc WETF 847 282.99 96.26 177
Wells Fargo and Company WFC 181,960 75,325.00 15,359.00 262,100
Westwood Holdings Group Inc WHG 87 66.09 0.38 168
Wesbanco Inc WSBC 2,411 593.44 194.05 1,633
Wintrust Financial Corp WTFC 5,482 1,795.26 463.62 0
SUBTOTAL 2,135,250.97 969,001.16 208,968.00 1,615,939
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