Davis Financial Portfolio
Portfolio of Davis Variable Account Fund, Inc.
For variable annuity investors seeking long-term capital appreciation from banking and financial services stocks
The Davis Financial Portfolio seeks to purchase durable, well-managed financial businesses at value prices and hold them for the long term. It may also invest a small portion of assets in companies outside the financial industry.
We use the Davis Investment Discipline to uncover financial companies with competitive advantages, strong balance sheets, solid free cash flows and earnings growth potential, and proven outstanding management. We believe these types of businesses, purchased at attractive prices, should perform well for investors over time.
Why Invest in the Davis Financial Portfolio
Sixty Years of Experience
Davis Advisors has successfully managed money through many environments – including periods of inflation, recession, rising and falling energy prices, rising and falling interest rates, and bull and bear markets.
Consistency of the Davis Investment Discipline
For three generations, the Davis family has built wealth by investing in durable, well-managed businesses selling at attractive prices and holding them for the long term.
Aligned with Our Clients
With more than $2 billion invested side by side with our clients, we experience the same risks and reap the same rewards.1
Long-Term Investment Results
Davis Advisors has a history of delivering strong, consistent investment results through full market cycles.
Equity markets are volatile and an investor may lose money. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
This material must be accompanied or preceded by a current Davis Financial Portfolio Prospectus. You should carefully consider the Fund’s investment objective, risks, charges, and expenses before investing. The prospectus contains this and other information and can be obtained by clicking here or calling 800.279.0279. Read the prospectus carefully before you invest or send money.
Refer to the prospectus for the participating insurance company’s separate account or your plan documents for instructions on purchasing or selling of variable insurance contracts and on how to select specific portfolios as investment options for a contract or a qualified plan.
1As of December 31, 2012.