Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc   (DHIL)
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    Sector  Financial    Industry Investment Services
   Industry Investment Services
   Sector  Financial
Price: $151.8000 $7.12 4.921%
Day's High: $152.4501 Week Perf: 1.16 %
Day's Low: $ 144.63 30 Day Perf: -4.85 %
Volume (M): 25 52 Wk High: $ 188.28
Volume (M$): $ 3,719 52 Wk Avg: $165.13
Open: $145.00 52 Wk Low: $144.35

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 446
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 3
 Employees 126
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 161
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 46
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -17
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 0

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc

The Company, an Ohio corporation organized in April 1990, derives its consolidated revenue and net income from investment advisory and fund administration services provided by its subsidiaries Diamond Hill Capital Management, Inc. (“DHCM”), Beacon Hill Fund Services, Inc. (“BHFS”), and BHIL Distributors, Inc. (“BHIL”). BHFS and BHIL collectively operate as "Beacon Hill". DHCM is a registered investment adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940. DHCM sponsors, distributes, and provides investment advisory and related services to U.S. and foreign clients through Diamond Hill Funds (the "Funds"), institutional accounts, an exchange traded fund, and private investment funds (generally known as “hedge funds”). Beacon Hill provides fund administration and statutory underwriting services to U.S. and foreign clients, including the Funds.

The Company’s primary objective is to fulfill our fiduciary duty to our clients. Our secondary objective is to grow the intrinsic value of the Company in order to achieve an adequate long-term return for our shareholders.

Investment Philosophy
We believe that a company’s intrinsic value is independent of its stock price. We also believe competitive long-term returns can be achieved by buying (shorting) companies when the current market price is at a discount (premium) to our estimate of intrinsic value, based upon a discounted cash flow methodology.
The following are the guiding principles for our philosophy:

Treat every investment as a partial ownership interest in that company.
Investing is most intelligent when it is viewed through the lens of an owner.

Always invest with a margin of safety.
Our discipline is to purchase (short) securities at a sufficient discount (premium) to our estimate of intrinsic value. We estimate the intrinsic value of the company independent of the current stock market price then compare our estimate to the price to determine if an opportunity exists. When we successfully identify securities trading below (above) our estimate of intrinsic value, it increases the potential reward and serves as the most effective risk control.

Possess a long-term investment temperament.
In the short term, emotion as much as economic fundamentals drives market prices. Over time, the economic performance of the company and the price paid, versus the market, will determine investment return.

Recognize that market price and intrinsic value tend to converge over a reasonable period of time.
Investment opportunity lies in the ability to buy (or short), when the current market price does not reflect a company’s intrinsic value, and to sell (or cover) when price and value converge.

DHCM’s investment process begins with fundamental research focusing on estimating a company’s intrinsic value independent of its current stock price. Bottom-up analysis, which takes into consideration earnings, revenue growth, operating margins and other economic factors, is of primary importance in estimating the intrinsic value of an individual company. A five-year discounted cash flow analysis is the primary methodology to determine whether there is a discrepancy between the current market price and DHCM’s estimate of intrinsic value. In order to forecast the amount and timing of cash flows, the research analysts concentrate on the fundamental economic drivers of the business, including competitive positioning, quality of management, and balance sheet strength. Research analysts also evaluate each company within the context of sector and industry secular trends. Key factors in analyzing sectors and industries include relative pricing power, ability to earn excess returns, long-term capital flow, and other fundamental factors. DHCM also applies an intrinsic value philosophy to the analysis of fixed income securities.

Only securities selling at a discount (premium) to intrinsic value will be purchased (sold short). A portfolio manager assigns the highest weights to the highest conviction names. Within certain diversification constraints, a portfolio manager is willing to take outsized positions in the highest conviction ideas and we will often have no exposure to industries without attractive intrinsic value opportunities. A stock will be sold (or covered) if its price reaches DHCM’s estimate of intrinsic value, if fundamentals deteriorate, if a more attractive opportunity is identified, or if the holding reaches a specified limit as a percent of the portfolio.

DHCM believes that many investors’ short-term focus hinders their long-term results, which creates market inefficiencies and, therefore, opportunities. In addition, not all investors are valuation sensitive. We believe that we can exploit these market anomalies/inefficiencies by possessing a long-term investment temperament and practicing a consistent and repeatable business appraisal approach to investing. Furthermore, DHCM believes that investing in securities whose market prices are significantly below its estimate of intrinsic value (or selling short securities whose market prices are above its estimate of intrinsic value) is a reliable method to achieve above average relative returns, as well as mitigate risk.

   Company Address: 325 John H. McConnell Blvd., Suite 200 Columbus 43215 OH
   Company Phone Number: 255-3333   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ DHIL

Customers Net Income grew by DHIL's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to

64.1 %

9.46 %

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Financial Results Dip: Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc Sees a Decrease in Earnings Despite Revenue Growth in July-September 2023

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc, a renowned financial services company, has experienced a decline in its stock performance and financial results in the recent fiscal period. Despite a modest improvement in revenue, the company witnessed a significant decrease in income. Additionally, Diamond Hill's recent financial report suggests a decline in net margin and operating earnings. It is important to analyze these facts and consider their potential impact on the company's future prospects.
1. Stock Performance:
Over the past five trading days, Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc stock experienced a decline of -0.82%. This brings their year-to-date performance to -16.32%. Although the stock currently trades 1.8% above its 52-week low, the negative trend raises concerns about investor confidence in the company's growth potential.

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc Reports Stellar Fiscal Results with 85.667% Revenue Increase and 127.14% Advance in EPS for Q2 ending June 30, 2023

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc (DHIL) has delivered exceptional results in the April to June 2023 period, reflecting strong revenue growth and improved earnings per share (EPS). Despite the challenging conditions faced by the Investment Services sector, DHIL has successfully advanced its revenue while peers have experienced business reduction.
DHIL's revenue surged by an impressive 85.667% to $39.63 million, showcasing the company's ability to outperform its competitors. Moreover, DHIL's EPS saw a remarkable increase of 127.14% to $3.18 per share, compared to the same reporting period a year ago. This signifies the company's strong financial performance and its ability to generate substantial profits.

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc (DHIL) Reports Disappointing ROE of 25.47% in First Quarter of 2023, Signaling Struggles in Generating Previous Levels of Returns

Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc (DHIL) has just reported its first-quarter numbers for 2023, and unfortunately for investors, the results are far from impressive. The company's return on equity (ROE) was a disappointing 25.47%, which pales in comparison to its average ROE of 32.02%. This is a clear sign that the company is struggling to generate the same level of returns it has in the past.
Although DHIL was able to improve its ROE in Q1 2023 compared to Q4 2022, this improvement was not enough to offset the company's declining net income. What's more concerning is that within the Investment Services industry, eight other companies had a higher ROE than DHIL. This suggests that DHIL is losing ground to its competitors and may be struggling to keep up in a highly competitive market.


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