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Total Net Assets

as of 9/30/2021


December 31, 2013
DHPAX (Investor)
DHPIX (Class I)
DHPYX (Class Y)



Investment Strategy

  • To estimate intrinsic value, the business must be understandable, and we must be able to reasonably forecast its cash flows. We seek businesses with sustainable competitive advantages, conservative balance sheets, and management with an ownership mentality.
  • Investments are sold when the stock price reaches our estimate of intrinsic value, our estimate of intrinsic value is revised such that there is no longer a discount to intrinsic value, a holding reaches our stated maximum position size, or to raise proceeds for a more attractive opportunity.


Chris Welch, CFA

Portfolio Manager

Chris Bingaman, CFA

Assistant Portfolio Manager

Kristen Sheffield, CFA, CIPM

Portfolio Specialist


As of 12/6/2021 Period and Annualized Total Returns as of 11/30/2021 Expense Ratio
NAVYTD Return Since Inception
5-YR3-YR1-YR3MO.Nov. Total
Investor (DHPAX) 18.03 26.35 8.48 8.94 10.67 29.86 0.06 -3.03 1.07
Class I (DHPIX) 18.14 26.68 8.81 9.28 11.02 30.29 0.17 -2.96 0.78
Class Y (DHPYX) 18.22 26.88 8.93 9.39 11.13 30.46 0.17 -3.00 0.66
Russell Midcap Index 11.92 14.44 17.49 23.29 -1.95 -3.48
Russell Midcap Value Index 9.82 10.26 12.96 26.34 -1.64 -3.04
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As of 12/6/2021 Period and Annualized Total Returns as of 9/30/2021 Expense Ratio
NAVYTD Return Since Inception
Investor (DHPAX) 18.03 26.35 8.48 9.58 8.88 48.36 1.11 1.07
Class I (DHPIX) 18.14 26.68 8.80 9.91 9.18 48.81 1.16 0.78
Class Y (DHPYX) 18.22 26.88 8.92 10.02 9.33 49.05 1.21 0.66
Russell Midcap Index 11.87 14.39 14.22 38.11 -0.93
Russell Midcap Value Index 9.74 10.59 10.28 42.40 -1.01
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Performance is not guaranteed. The performance data quoted represents past performance; past performance does not guarantee future results. The investment return and principal value of an investment 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 data quoted. Investors may obtain performance information current to the most recent month-end, within 7 business days, at

Performance returns assume reinvestment of all distributions. Returns for the periods less than one year are not annualized. These total return figures may reflect the waiver of a portion of a Fund's advisory or administrative fees for certain periods. In such instances, and without such waiver of fees, the total return would have been lower.

Calendar Year Returns

Year Class I (DHPIX) Russell Midcap IndexRussell Midcap Value Index
2020 -1.76 17.10 4.96
2019 25.82 30.54 27.06
2018 -10.31 -9.06 -12.29
2017 10.47 18.52 13.34
2016 18.56 13.80 20.00
2015 0.74 -2.44 -4.78
2014 7.91 13.22 14.75

Morningstar Ratings (Class I Shares)


Mid-Cap Value

Fee Level

Below Average

Overall Rating


Analyst Rating

The Overall Morningstar RatingTM is based on 391 Mid-Cap Value funds derived from a weighted average of the performance figures associated with its 3- and 5-year Morningstar Ratings as of 9/30/21.


Portfolio Statistics1 as of September 30, 2021

Management Fee 0.60%
Distribution Frequency Annual
Median Market Capitialization $8.8B
Portfolio Turnover (12 months trailing) 14%
Active Share 95%
Number of Equity Holdings in Portfolio 54

Five-Year Risk Statistics1 as of September 30, 2021 (Class I Shares)

vs. Russell Midcap Index vs. Russell Midcap Value Index
Standard Deviation 20.04% 20.04%
Beta 1.08% 1.06%
Sharpe Ratio 0.52 0.52
Alpha -4.62% -0.93%
R-Squared 91.60% 97.13%

Since Inception Upside/Downside Capture Ratio1 as of September 30, 2021 (Class I Shares)

vs. Russell Midcap Index 93%/108%
vs. Russell Midcap Value Index 100%/105%


Portfolio Guidelines

  • Typically 40—60 positions
  • Maximum sector exposure is 30%

Market Capitalization

The Fund typically invests at least 80% of its net assets in medium market capitalization companies, defined as those companies with a market capitalization between $1.5 billion and $20 billion (or, if greater, the maximum market capitalization of companies generally within the capitalization range of the Russell Midcap Index) at the time of purchase.

Top Ten Equity Holdings as of September 30, 2021

  Sector % of Net Assets
Red Rock Resorts, Inc. (Cl A) Cons. Discretionary 4.7
Colfax Corp. Industrials 4.0
Post Holdings, Inc. Consumer Staples 4.0
CubeSmart Real Estate 3.3
SVB Financial Group Financials 3.3
WESCO International, Inc. Industrials 3.1
First Republic Bank Financials 3.0
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Info. Technology 2.9
Sterling Bancorp Financials 2.8
American International Group, Inc. Financials 2.6
Total as % of Net Assets 33.5%

Sector Allocation2 as of September 30, 2021

Mid Cap Fund Russell Midcap IndexRussell Midcap Value Index
Financials 28.0 12.5 16.8
Cons. Discretionary 16.7 12.8 10.7
Industrials 16.4 15.1 15.6
Consumer Staples 8.0 3.3 4.2
Real Estate 7.5 7.7 11.1
Info. Technology 5.7 18.9 9.8
Materials 4.1 5.2 7.2
Utilities 3.6 4.5 7.0
Energy 2.3 3.8 5.2
Health Care 1.8 11.9 8.4
Communication Services 1.2 4.4 4.0
Cash & Other 4.7 0.0 0.0


Income Short-Term Long-Term Record Date Pay Date Reinvestment NAV
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0540 12/29/20 12/31/20 14.21
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0211 12/11/20 12/15/20 13.85
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0886 12/29/20 12/31/20 14.27
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0211 12/11/20 12/15/20 13.93
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.1033 12/29/20 12/31/20 14.31
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0211 12/11/20 12/15/20 13.99
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0514 12/27/19 12/31/19 14.60
Investor (DHPAX) 0.2107 12/11/19 12/13/19 14.51
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0939 12/27/19 12/31/19 14.65
Class I (DHPIX) 0.2107 12/11/19 12/13/19 14.60
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.1028 12/27/19 12/31/19 14.69
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.2107 12/11/19 12/13/19 14.65
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0613 12/27/18 12/31/18 11.80
Investor (DHPAX) 0.2768 12/12/18 12/14/18 12.47
Class I (DHPIX) 0.1017 12/27/18 12/31/18 11.83
Class I (DHPIX) 0.2768 12/12/18 12/14/18 12.55
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.1183 12/27/18 12/31/18 11.86
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.2768 12/12/18 12/14/18 12.60
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0305 12/27/17 12/29/17 13.73
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0264 0.1460 12/13/17 12/15/17 13.45
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0663 12/27/17 12/29/17 13.77
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0264 0.1460 12/13/17 12/15/17 13.53
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0752 12/27/17 12/29/17 13.81
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0264 0.1460 12/13/17 12/15/17 13.57
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0178 12/28/16 12/30/16 12.62
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0617 12/14/16 12/16/16 12.63
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0519 12/28/16 12/30/16 12.65
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0617 12/14/16 12/16/16 12.69
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0551 12/28/16 12/30/16 12.68
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0617 12/14/16 12/16/16 12.72
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0372 12/29/15 12/31/15 10.79
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0600 12/29/15 12/31/15 10.81
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0704 12/29/15 12/31/15 10.83
Investor (DHPAX) 0.0579 12/29/14 12/31/14 10.80
Class I (DHPIX) 0.0717 12/29/14 12/31/14 10.81
Class Y (DHPYX) 0.0725 12/29/14 12/31/14 10.83


An investor should consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses carefully before investing. The prospectus or summary prospectus contain this and other important information about the Fund(s) and are available at or by calling 888.226.5595. Please read the prospectus or summary prospectus 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. Diamond Hill Funds are not FDIC insured, may lose value, and have no bank guarantee.

Risk Disclosure: Overall equity market risks may affect the value of all funds. The Small Cap Fund, Small-Mid Cap Fund, Mid Cap Fund, All Cap Select Fund, Global Fund and International Fund invest in small and medium capitalization stocks; there are special risks associated with small and medium capitalization issues such as market illiquidity and greater market volatility than large capitalization issues. The Large Cap Concentrated Fund and All Cap Select Fund expect to hold a concentrated portfolio of a limited number of securities; because of this a decline in the value of these investments would cause the Fund’s overall value to decline to a greater degree than a less concentrated portfolio. The Long-Short Fund uses short selling which incurs significant additional risk. Theoretically, stocks sold short have unlimited risk. The Global Fund and International Fund invest in non-U.S. securities. Investing in non-U.S. securities may entail risk due to foreign economic and political developments; this risk may be higher when investing in emerging markets. Changes in currency exchange rates and differences in accounting and taxation policies outside the U.S. can raise or lower returns.

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

1 Definitions: Active Share measures the difference between portfolio holdings and the benchmark. The higher the active share, the greater the difference. Standard Deviation measures the volatility of the Fund’s returns. Beta measures the Fund’s sensitivity to market movements. Sharpe Ratio uses the Fund’s standard deviation and average excess return over the risk-free ratio to determine reward per unit of risk. Alpha measures excess return relative to the market that is attributable to active portfolio management. R-squared represents the percentage of the portfolio’s movements that can be explained by general market movements. Upside / Downside Capture Ratio measures a manager’s ability to generate excess return above the benchmark return in up markets and retain more of the excess return in down markets. Statistics for periods less than one year are not annualized. Risk statistics are relative to the Russell Midcap Index.

2 Cash & Other may include cash, treasuries, money market funds, and short duration fixed income funds. Includes a 0.59% investment in the Diamond Hill Short Duration Securitized Bond Fund.

The Russell Midcap Index is an unmanaged market capitalization-weighted index measuring performance of the 800 smallest companies in the Russell 1000 Index. The Russell 1000 Index measures performance of the largest 1,000 companies in the Russell 3000 Index. The Russell 3000 Index measures the performance of the 3,000 largest U.S. companies by total market capitalization. The Russell Midcap Value Index is an unmanaged market capitalizationweighted index measuring the performance of the mid cap value segment of the U.S. equity universe including those Russell Midcap Index companies with lower expected growth values. These indices do not incur fees and expenses (which would lower the return) and are not available for direct investment. Index data source: London Stock Exchange Group PLC. See for a full copy of the disclaimer.

As of 9/30/21, there were 3 gold rated, 10 silver rated, 13 bronze rated, 8 neutral rated, 0 negative rated and 108 not rated funds in the Mid-Cap Value category based on the cheapest share class for each fund as defined by Morningstar. The cheapest share class does not necessarily equate to the highest rated share class. Class I shares are not the cheapest share class for the Diamond Hill Mid Cap Fund.

The Morningstar Analyst RatingTM is not a credit or risk rating. It is a subjective evaluation performed by Morningstar’s manager research group, which consists of various Morningstar, Inc. subsidiaries (“Manager Research Group”). In the United States, that subsidiary is Morningstar Research Services LLC, which is registered with and governed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The Manager Research Group evaluates funds based on five key pillars, which are process, performance, people, parent, and price. The Manager Research Group uses this five-pillar evaluation to determine how they believe funds are likely to perform relative to a benchmark over the long term on a risk adjusted basis. They consider quantitative and qualitative factors in their research. For actively managed strategies, people and process each receive a 45% weighting in their analysis, while parent receives a 10% weighting. For passive strategies, process receives an 80% weighting, while people and parent each receive a 10% weighting. For both active and passive strategies, performance has no explicit weight as it is incorporated into the analysis of people and process; price at the share-class level (where applicable) is directly subtracted from an expected gross alpha estimate derived from the analysis of the other pillars. The impact of the weighted pillar scores for people, process and parent on the final Analyst Rating is further modified by a measure of the dispersion of historical alphas among relevant peers. For certain peer groups where standard benchmarking is not applicable, primarily peer groups of funds using alternative investment strategies, the modification by alpha dispersion is not used.

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The Overall Morningstar RatingTM is based on 391 Mid-Cap Value funds as of 9/30/21. The Fund’s Class I rating was 3 stars among 391 and 2 stars among 348 funds for the 3- and 5-year periods ended 9/30/21, respectively.

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The Morningstar Broad Fee Level data point compares the fund's prospectus adjusted operating net expense ratio to the prospectus adjusted operating net expense ratio of all the other funds within its Morningstar Category.

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