PSCT tracks a broad index of small companies in the information technology sector which the issuer considers to be the following areas; software, internet, electronics, semiconductors, communication and hardware. As a result, this fund tracks some of the quickest growing and most volatile companies in the technology sector. The fund focuses entirely on U.S. stocks, and is relatively well spread out; it holds 130 securities in total and puts just 19.5% in its top ten holdings. Investors should also note that while this is a small cap fund it also offers exposure to other asset class sizes as well; mid caps make up almost 2.1% while micro caps make up nearly 30% as well. As a result, this fund will be more of a growth play than one that presents strong value opportunities for investors. So while this is a decent fund for those looking to achieve broad exposure to the tech sector, most investors should look to broader fund which take into account all sectors of the technology industry instead for their portfolios. However, it should also be noted that this fund could make for an excellent compliment for investors who are bullish on tech but already have significant exposure to large caps; this fund could provide a different mix of companies and add to overall diversification within the sector.