Identifying Great Companies
Now Offered at a Discount
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The distortions and anomalies of the current market environment – extraordinarily narrow leadership, massive performance disparities between growth and value – and the risks and opportunities being created
Companies and sectors that we believe represent the greatest opportunities today, ranging from high growth digital economy leaders to great, durable and growing companies being offered at prices not seen in years.
Fall 2021 PM Reviews
Our Portfolio Managers on the markets and how we are positioning portfolios now to pursue the opportunities being created.
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Davis Actively Managed ETFs
|Fund||Expense Ratio (gross/net)1||Documents|
|DUSA Davis Select U.S. Equity ETF||0.62%/0.62%|
|DINT Davis Select International ETF||0.65%/0.65%|
|DWLD Davis Select Worldwide ETF||0.63%/0.63%|
|DFNL Davis Select Financial ETF||0.64%/0.64%|
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Price is What You Pay, Value is What You Get
Investor attention is dominated by companies optimized for the moment, with high short term growth, momentum - and often big operating losses. At the same time, many truly great companies are being offered at prices not seen in years.
Financials: Underappreciated and Undervalued
Financials are the cheapest sector in the market – despite the strongest balance sheets in their history and their capture of a growing share of the market’s total earnings over the decade
Portfolio Manager Reviews
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