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Large Cap Concentrated Fund

We are long-term, intrinsic value investors who treat each share of stock as a true ownership interest. We look to buy what we believe are good businesses we can understand at a discount to our estimate of intrinsic value.

Team

Group Item Count: 2
set at runtime

Austin Hawley, CFA

Portfolio Manager

Group Item Count: 2
set at runtime

Brian Fontanella, CFA

Portfolio Specialist

Philosophy and process highlights

Under our intrinsic value philosophy, we:

Treat every investment as a partial ownership interest in that company

Seek to always invest with a margin of safety

Possess a long-term investment temperament

Recognize that market price and intrinsic value tend to converge over a reasonable period of time

Our approach to sustainability

Large Cap Concentrated Fund

Total net assets

$31MM
As of 31 May 2024

Inception

26 Feb 2021

Tickers

DHFAX (Investor)
DHFIX (Class I)
DHFYX (Class Y)

Status

Open

Returns

As of 17 Jun 2024 Period and Annualized Total Returns (%) As of 31 May 2024 Expense Ratio (%)
NAV ($)YTD
Return
(%)
Since Inception
(26 Feb 2021)
3Y1Y3MOMayTotal
Investor (DHFAX) 12.80 7.20 9.33 6.37 29.67 3.66 1.80 0.97
Class I (DHFIX) 12.76 7.32 9.65 6.68 29.98 3.76 1.80 0.68
Class Y (DHFYX) 12.78 7.39 9.77 6.81 30.19 3.75 1.80 0.56
Russell 1000 Index 10.96 8.46 28.01 3.47 4.71
Russell 1000 Value Index 8.95 5.45 21.71 3.70 3.17
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As of 17 Jun 2024 Period and Annualized Total Returns (%) As of 31 Mar 2024 Expense Ratio (%)
NAV ($)YTD
Return
(%)
Since Inception
(26 Feb 2021)
3Y1Y3MOTotal
Investor (DHFAX) 12.80 7.20 10.54 8.81 30.87 11.14 0.97
Class I (DHFIX) 12.76 7.32 10.85 9.13 31.22 11.19 0.68
Class Y (DHFYX) 12.78 7.39 10.98 9.26 31.43 11.26 0.56
Russell 1000 Index 11.49 10.45 29.87 10.30
Russell 1000 Value Index 9.90 8.11 20.27 8.99
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Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investment returns and principal values will fluctuate so that an investor’s shares, when redeemed, may be worth more or less than their original cost. The Fund’s current performance may be lower or higher than the performance quoted. Performance assumes reinvestment of all distributions. Returns for periods less than one year are not annualized.

Calendar Year Returns (%)

Year Class I (DHFIX) Russell 1000 IndexRussell 1000 Value Index
2023 17.21 26.53 11.46
2022 -12.75 -19.13 -7.54

"Today, a more holistic approach to intrinsic value — considering potential strategic and operational changes, the impact of investments in intangibles and value-creating growth — is often required to uncover companies that are valued with a margin of safety1."

Learn more about our philosophy

Statistics

Portfolio Characteristics2 As of 31 Mar 2024

Distribution Frequency Annual
Median Market Capitialization $119.3B
Portfolio Turnover (12 months trailing) 39%
Active Share 92%
Number of Equity Holdings in Portfolio 20

Risk Statistics As of 31 Mar 2024 (Class I Shares)

vs Russell 1000 Index vs Russell 1000 Value Index
Alpha -0.19% 0.53%
Beta 0.97% 1.09%
R-Squared 87.16% 95.36%
Standard Deviation 18.34%
Sharpe Ratio 0.50

Since Inception Upside/Downside Capture As of 31 Mar 2024 (Class I Shares)

vs Russell 1000 Index 92%/91%
vs Russell 1000 Value Index 109%/108%

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Portfolio

Portfolio Guidelines

  • Typically 20 positions
  • Maximum position size is 10%
  • Top 10 holdings are typically greater than 50% of net assets
  • Maximum industry exposure is 25%
  • Maximum sector exposure is 35%

Market Capitalization

Holdings are derived from holdings in the Diamond Hill Large Cap portfolio. The Large Cap Concentrated portfolio typically invests in companies with a market capitalization of $15 billion or greater.

Top Ten Equity Holdings3 As of 31 Mar 2024

  Sector % of Net Assets
American International Group, Inc. Financials 8.8
ConocoPhillips Energy 7.4
Allstate Corp. Financials 5.9
Abbott Laboratories Health Care 5.6
PepsiCo, Inc. Consumer Staples 5.6
HCA Healthcare, Inc. Health Care 5.2
Texas Instruments, Inc. Info. Technology 4.9
Caterpillar, Inc. Industrials 4.9
Bank of America Corp. Financials 4.8
Amazon.com, Inc. Cons. Discretionary 4.4
Total as % of Net Assets 57.5%

Sector Allocation4 (%) As of 31 Mar 2024

Russell 1000 Index
Russell 1000 Value Index

Distributions

Income Short-Term Long-Term Record Date Pay Date Reinvestment NAV
Investor (DHFAX) 0.1300 27 Dec 2023 29 Dec 2023 11.97
Class I (DHFIX) 0.1600 27 Dec 2023 29 Dec 2023 11.92
Class Y (DHFYX) 0.1730 27 Dec 2023 29 Dec 2023 11.94
Investor (DHFAX) 0.0318 28 Dec 2022 30 Dec 2022 10.36
Class I (DHFIX) 0.1206 28 Dec 2022 30 Dec 2022 10.31
Class Y (DHFYX) 0.1263 28 Dec 2022 30 Dec 2022 10.32
Investor (DHFAX) 0.0505 29 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 11.91
Investor (DHFAX) 0.1000 13 Dec 2021 15 Dec 2021 11.64
Class I (DHFIX) 0.0694 29 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 11.92
Class I (DHFIX) 0.1000 13 Dec 2021 15 Dec 2021 11.67
Class Y (DHFYX) 0.0754 29 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 11.92
Class Y (DHFYX) 0.1000 13 Dec 2021 15 Dec 2021 11.68
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Documents

Carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risks and expenses. This and other important information are contained in the Fund’s prospectus and summary prospectus, which are available at diamond-hill.com or calling 888.226.5595. Read carefully before investing. The Diamond Hill Funds are distributed by Foreside Financial Services, LLC (Member FINRA). Diamond Hill Capital Management, Inc., a registered investment adviser, serves as Investment Adviser to the Diamond Hill Funds and is paid a fee for its services. Not FDIC insured | No bank guarantee | May lose value

See diamond-hill.com/disclosures for index definitions, data sources and other definitions.

Risk disclosure: Because the portfolio holds a limited number of securities, a decline in the value of these investments may affect overall performance to a greater degree than a less concentrated portfolio.

Fund holdings, sector allocations and portfolio statistics subject to change without notice.

1 Margin of safety is a principle of investing in which an investor only purchases securities when their market price is significantly below their intrinsic value. In other words, when the market price of a security is significantly below your estimation of its intrinsic value, the difference is the margin of safety.

2 Active Share is relative to the Russell 1000 Index.

3 Securities referenced may not be representative of all portfolio holdings. The reader should not assume that an investment in the securities was or will be profitable.

4 Cash & Other may include cash, treasuries, money market funds and short duration fixed income funds.

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