Dividend & Yield Strategy (DIVYS)

AT A GLANCE

Portfolio Highlights

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A diversified portfolio of dividend-yielding securities seeking competitive total returns through a combination of above-average income, capital growth, and reduced volatility.

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A macroeconomic framework developed and monitored by the Investment Team that informs global exposures and asset allocation.

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Sector weights, relative to the S&P 500 Index, reflect views on relative returns with an eye toward risk management.

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A 7+ year audited track record across a variety of market cycles.

Where it Fits in Your Portfolio

A lower beta, core equity allocation focused on competitive total returns.

Portfolio Managers: Alex Oxenham, Tom Maher

Investment Vehicles: SMA and selected investment platforms.

“What DIVYS does is instead of just going out and buying an S&P 500 Index ETF, you get a little bit of a tactical nature to it.”

Craig O’Neil
Chief Executive Officer
Craig ONeill
DIVIDEND & YIELD STRATEGY

Portfolio Construction

Macro Economic Analysis

FUNDAMENTAL COMPANY RESEARCH

Allocation

  • United States (Domestic)*

*May invest up to 15% in ADRs.

Sectors

  • Information Technology
  • Health Care
  • Financials
  • Consumer Discretionary
  • Communication Svcs
  • Industrials
  • Consumer Staples
  • Energy
  • Utilities
  • Real Estate
  • Materials
  • Cash

Composition

  • All-Cap Common stock
  • Large Cap Core (Value & Growth)
  • Combination of Dividend Growers & Payers
  • Company must have a dividend yield
  • Overweight/Underweight S&P 500 sectors
  • 45-60 holdings

HILTON PROPIETARY RISK MATRIX

Weight Adjustments • Implementation • Risk Mitigation

Portfolio Monitoring & Analysis

Portfolio Construction

In their own words: Dividend & Yield Strategy (DIVYS)

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IN DEPTH

The Dividend & Yield strategy is an actively managed large- to mid-cap equity portfolio focused on generating excess current income and capital growth with below-market risk.

A six to 18-month outlook on global economic trends, regional forecasts, and other macroeconomic signals shape broad allocations to U.S. dividend paying equities. 

In addition to traditional common shares, other income-producing securities in the portfolio can include preferred shares, ADRs, ETFs, and REITs, among others.

Sector over- and under-weightings relative to the S&P 500 Index further reflect the Investment Team’s views on the market outlook with an eye toward minimizing downside risk.

Individual securities are selected via a disciplined process based on deep fundamental analysis, Hilton’s proprietary factor model, valuations, and other metrics.

“DIVYS is designed to capture the types of securities with a defensive attribute in the large-cap equity space.”

Alex Oxenham
Partner & Co-Chief Investment Officer
Alex Oxenham

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