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The “Edge Effect” in Investing: Advantages of a Global Mindset
Industry Perspectives: A Monthly Research Analyst Series | February 2019
By Krishna Mohanraj, CFA
For investors, a global mindset is no longer just an edge, it has become table stakes for success.
Stericycle: Waste Not, Want Not
Industry Perspectives: A Monthly Research Analyst Series | January 2019
By Laura O’Dell, CFA
We believe that the recent stock depreciation is a market overreaction to near-term headwinds that are hiding the true long-term potential of the underlying business.
"We believe that thorough coverage of many domestic industries increasingly requires thorough coverage of international industries."
The Evolution of the Asset-Backed Securities Market
Fixed Income Perspectives: An Educational Series | November 2018
By Douglas Gimple
  • Growth in the asset-backed securities (ABS) market over the past 10 years has provided diversification and strong risk-reward characteristics in a sector largely ignored by the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Index.
  • As growth in some historic sectors of the ABS market slows, the emergence of new securitization sectors has expanded the opportunities available to investors.
  • The Diamond Hill fixed income team is able to exploit some of the pricing inefficiencies in the ABS market through our bottom-up analysis, along with our deep understanding of deal structures and the companies bringing them to market.
Bargain Shopping in China Amidst Trade Wars
Industry Perspectives: A Monthly Research Analyst Series | November 2018
By Kyle Schneider, CFA
While we hope for an amicable resolution to the trade dispute, Weigao should be a relative winner in the current economic climate.
Recent Developments in the High Yield Market
Podcasts | November 19, 2018

Portfolio Manager John McClain, CFA, joins us to discuss recent developments in the high yield market and how volatility can provide opportunity for investors focused on security selection. After the difficulties of the previous month and the rough start to November, our high yield team believes that opportunities have been uncovered if investors focus on long term fundamentals.

(disclosure)

The views expressed are those of Diamond Hill as of November 2018 and are subject to change. These opinions are not intended to be a forecast of future events, a guarantee of results, or investment advice.

The ICE BofA Merrill Lynch U.S. High Yield Index tracks the performance of U.S. dollar denominated below investment grade corporate debt publicly issued in the U.S. domestic market. As of August 31, 2018 Diamond Hill held TEVA, GM, F, and GE.

Building a Greener Future: Urbanization, Smart Buildings, and Their Impact on the Industrials Sector
Industry Perspectives: A Monthly Research Analyst Series | October 2018
By Greg Sumner, CFA
While our selection process is driven by bottom-up, fundamental research with a strict valuation discipline, finding attractive companies that will also benefit from long-term macroeconomic trends can give us multiple ways to win.
Understanding Trends and Consumer Tastes in the Restaurant Industry
Industry Perspectives: A Monthly Research Analyst Series | September 2018
By Brian Hilderbrand, CFA
While we are encouraged by secular trends that should benefit the restaurant industry over the long term, we remain selective due to intense competition, tepid grocery inflation, and valuations.

Bill Zox and John McClain join Douglas Gimple to discuss Diebold and our thoughts on the company and the bonds.

(This episode is not available on Apple, Spotify, or Google.)

(disclosure)

The views expressed are those of Diamond Hill as of September 2018 and are subject to change. These opinions are not intended to be a forecast of future events, a guarantee of results, or investment advice.

As of June 30, 2018, Diamond Hill owned Diebold (debt) and Energen (debt).

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The Case for a Strategic Allocation to High Yield
Fixed Income Perspectives: An Educational Series | Setptember 2018
By Douglas Gimple
  • The high yield market has come a long way since its creation in the early 1970s, evolving from a tactical asset class to a significant component of investors’ asset allocation.
  • Dispelling the myths around the asset class is key to understanding the opportunity and value provided by high yield corporate credit.
  • Understanding the nuances of the high yield market can provide investors with exposure to the asset class while potentially avoiding some of the pitfalls of benchmark construction and ETFs.
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