I noticed that GLBRX pops up as "James Advantage Funds, James Balanced Golden Rainbow Cl A" (class A); these are "retail class" shares, according to the summary prospectus
. What's the source of the "A" class info?
(It's also missing the colon between Balanced and Golden Rainbow - the fund family certainly created quite a mouthful.)
FWIW, M* truncates "Retail Class" to R (which is typically used to designate "retirement plan" shares). Even James Advantage can't get it right - on their "more info" page
for the fund, they call these "Investor Shares". Not to worry, it looks like all their filings say "Retail Class".