Diamond Hill Funds(3)
A Single Strategy for Long and Short
Diamond Hill Focus Long-Short Fund
US> Small-Cap > Value
Mar 29, 2006
Diamond Hill's long-short strategy differs from similar strategies in a couple of key ways. It intentionally has a long bias and doesn't use the shorts as a hedge of long positions. More importantly, the managers keep their long-term investment perspective and stick to the core of their philosophy – estimating the intrinsic value of businesses and looking for opportunities to buy below that estimated value or short above it.
Selective in Overlooked High Yield
Diamond Hill Corporate Credit Fund
US> Small-Cap > Core
Nov 15, 2016
Traditionally, fund managers in the fixed-income space tend to build portfolios based on benchmarks that leave little room for credit selection. Bill Zox and John McClain explain how the Diamond Hill Corporate Credit Fund looks for opportunities where other managers rarely tread, using intensive fundamental research to identify bonds that are likely to outperform the market in the longer term.
Diligence and Patience
Diamond Hill Select Fund
Nov 09, 2015
Intrinsic value is a key word for Rick Snowdon and Austin Hawley, portfolio managers of Diamond Hill Select Fund. With a long-term horizon, they have the diligence to look for undervalued securities and the patience to hold them until price and value meet. Starting with a broad universe of the entire market cap spectrum, the fund invests only in its best ideas, the 30 companies with the highest return potential.