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At Diamond Hill, all of our portfolio managers have a five-year absolute return objective for their strategies. Those absolute return goals are one of three quantitative inputs in our portfolio manager incentive compensation calculations, along with five-year return relative to...
In June 2009, we published The Importance of Being Long-Term, which attempted to provide some context and quantitative rigor in support of our five-year investment horizon. That paper used over one hundred years of stock market history to support our...
In the letter titled “Managing for the Long-Term” dated June 16, 2010, Ric Dillon wrote about how the evolution of our organizational structure enables us to better manage our investment portfolios and business for the long-term. As mentioned in that...
The Diamond Hill Mission Statement calls on us “To serve our clients through a disciplined, intrinsic value-based approach to investing, while maintaining a long-term perspective and aligning our interests with those of our clients.” Our mission permeates the way we...
On April 28, 2010 Bill Zox, CFA, Portfolio Manager of the Diamond Hill Strategic Income Strategy published a piece titled “Positioning for Rising Inflation and Interest Rates.” This subject is still topical one year later. In the following conversation, Bill...
Historical performance for Class C shares and Class I shares prior to their inception is based on the performance of Class A shares. Class C and Class I performance has been adjusted to reflect differences in sales charges and expenses...
Managing for the Long-Term
Investment Letters
Managing for the long-term is a central tenet of everything we do at Diamond Hill. Externally, we frequently emphasize our long-term focus as it relates to our investment philosophy; however it applies equally to the way we manage our organization...
Investor concern about rising inflation and interest rates has continued to grow as the recovery in the markets and real economy has progressed. Although the timing and magnitude are difficult to predict, we believe that rising inflation and interest rates...
With the possible exception of technology stocks around the turn of the century, the volatility we have seen in the broad stock market, and particularly in financial stocks, is unprecedented since at least the 1930s. The S&P 500 Index lost...
As I have stated many times, I was very fortunate to get started in this business in 1982. The bull market, which began in August of that year and lasted until 2000, helped make it a wonderful period to be...
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