Davis New York Venture Fund

    Overview

    Investment Strategy

    The goal of the Davis New York Venture Fund is to provide investors access to attractive investment opportunities among large cap, durable, well-managed businesses. We seek to purchase these businesses at value prices and hold them for the long term. This approach makes the Davis New York Venture Fund an ideal foundation for an investor’s portfolio.

    Using our signature Davis Investment Discipline, the Fund has significantly outperformed the S&P 500® Index since its inception in 1969.1 Click here to learn more about our historical record of attractive long-term returns.

    Why Invest in the Davis New York Venture Fund

    Sixty Years of Experience

    The Davis family has compounded wealth for investors over six decades and three generations.

    Long-Term Investment Results

    The Davis New York Venture Fund has significantly outperformed the S&P 500® Index since its inception in 1969.1

    Aligned with Shareholders

    With more than $2 billion invested in funds and other accounts following the same investment strategy, we experience the same risks and reap the same rewards.2

    Lower than Average Turnover Rate4

    Davis New York Venture Fund A, 17%; Lipper category average, 47%



    Selective Attractive Growth Undervalued

    New York Venture Fund invests in only a select group of well-researched companies

    New York Venture Fund’s portfolio companies have offered attractive growth

    New York Venture Fund’s portfolio companies are 42% less expensive than the index

    Holdings**

    5-Year EPS Growth**

    P/E (Forward)**

    505
    44
    DVNYVF
    S&P500
    20.7%
    19.9%
    DVNYVF
    S&P500
    12.2x
    21.1x
    DVNYVF
    S&P500

       "The companies of Davis New York Venture Fund have grown faster than the companies in the index, yet are 42% less expensive.

    In fact, this gap between price and value is among the widest we have ever seen.

    We believe this sets the stage for attractive returns in the years ahead.”

    - Portfolio Manager Chris Davis

    Performance as of 9/30/21

    1) Compounding Wealth

    By consistently outperforming the S&P 500® Index over time, a hypothetical $10,000 investment in the Fund on February 17, 1969 compounded to $3,401,079 as of September 30, 2021 vs. only $1,959,556 for the S&P 500® Index and $2,359,512 for the average large cap fund.

    Total Returns
    as of September 30, 2021
    YTD* 1 Yr 3 Yr 5 Yr 10 Yr 15 Yr 20 Yr 25 Yr 30 Yr 35 Yr 40 Yr Since
    2/17/69
    DNYVF Class A shares
    without a sales charge
    11.61% 32.81% 10.39% 12.78% 13.62% 7.80% 8.39% 9.10% 10.51% 11.27% 12.69% 11.71%
    with a maximum 4.75% sales charge 6.31% 26.50% 8.63% 11.70% 13.08% 7.45% 8.13% 8.89% 10.34% 11.13% 12.56% 11.61%
    S&P 500® Index 15.92% 30.00% 15.98% 16.89% 16.62% 10.36% 9.50% 9.64% 10.55% 11.14% 12.23% 10.54%

    *YTD is not annualized.

    The performance presented represents past performance and is not a guarantee of future results. Total return assumes reinvestment of dividends and capital gain distributions. Investment return and principal value will vary so that, when redeemed, an investor’s shares may be worth more or less than their original cost. The total annual operating expense ratio for Class A shares as of the most recent prospectus was 0.90%. The total annual operating expense ratio may vary in future years. Returns and expenses for other classes of shares will vary. Current performance may be higher or lower than the performance quoted. For most recent month-end performance, click here or call 800.279.0279.



    2) A History of Consistent Long Term Outperformance

    Since no manager can outperform over all periods, our objective has been to increase the probability of outperformance the longer an investor stays with us. As shown below, the longer one has invested with us, the more likely they have earned above-average returns.6

    Percentage of Time the Davis New York Venture Fund Has Outperformed the Market
    (2/17/69 - 9/30/21)

    Source: Thomson Financial, Lipper and Bloomberg. The "market" is represented by the S&P 500® Index. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

    Portfolio Characteristics as of 9/30/21

    Portfolio Composition

    New York
    Venture Fund
    S&P 500®
    Index
    Forecast P/E Ratio 12.2 21.1
    P/B Ratio 2.7 4.4
    Weighted Average Market Cap ($bn) 249.8 524.9
    Beta (3 year) 1.1 1.0
    Standard Deviation (5 year, A Shares) 18.5 15.2
    Number of Holdings 44 505

    Turnover and Expenses

    New York
    Venture Fund
    Lipper Category
    Average5
    Turnover Rate4 17% 47%
    Expense Ratio4 (A Shares) 0.90% 0.83%

    Top 10 Holdings

    Capital One Financial 8.6%
    Wells Fargo 8.3%
    Berkshire Hathaway 6.3%
    Alphabet 5.6%
    Applied Materials 5.2%
    U.S. Bancorp 5.2%
    Facebook 3.8%
    Intel 3.7%
    JD.com 3.6%
    Texas Instruments 3.4%

    Click here for month-end holdings.
    Click here for quarter-end holdings.


    Top 10 Industries

    Banks 23.0%
    Diversified Financials 20.8%
    Information Technology 12.3%
    Media & Entertainment 11.4%
    Retailing 10.9%
    Health Care 6.9%
    Insurance 6.3%
    Transportation 2.5%
    Materials 1.2%
    Food, Beverage & Tobacco 1.0%

    Literature

    Fact Sheets
    Fund Fact Sheet Download

    Goals of the Fund, types of companies in the Portfolio, top holdings, Portfolio characteristics, and historical performance.

    Portfolio Composition Download

    Quarterly update of portfolio characteristics.

    Insights Into the Fund
    Davis NY Venture Fund: Selective. Attractive Growth. Undervalued. Download

    Our companies are rigorously researched, offer attractive growth and yet are significantly undervalued versus the benchmark – A powerful combination.

    Why Financial Stocks Represent the Most Attractive Opportunity in Today’s Market Download View PM Chris Davis on how Financials have proven their resiliency and may benefit from a decade of upward revaluation
    Barrons Interview: A Great Time to Own Financial Stocks View

    Financial stocks have staged a remarkable rebound.  Barron’s interviewed Chris Davis about his strong conviction in the sector, and why we may be setting up for a decade of revaluation for the group.

    A History of Long Term Outperformance Download Discusses the Fund’s growing success in beating the S&P500 as investor holding period increased (ultimately reaching 100%).
    Portfolio Manager Commentaries
    Manager Commentary - Fall Review 2021 Download View

    An interview with the Fund Managers.

    This material must be accompanied or preceded by a current Davis New York Venture Fund 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.


    1Class A shares, not including a sales charge. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

    2As of June 30, 2021. This includes Davis Advisors, the Davis family and Foundation, our employees, and Fund Directors.

    4See Expense ratio/Turnover link below.

    5The Average Large Cap Fund is represented by the equities in the Lipper Average Large Cap peer group. Lipper will not calculate returns with inceptions in the middle of the month. Inception date used is 2/28/69. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

    6See "outperforming the market" link below.

    * Class A shares without a sales charge. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Inception is 2/17/1969.

    ** The Attractive Growth and Undervalued reference relates to underlying characteristics of the portfolio holdings. There is no guarantee that the Fund performance will be positive as equity markets are volatile and an investor may lose money. Past performance is not a guarantee of future returns. Performance may vary.  Five-Year EPS Growth Rate is the average annualized earning per share growth for a company over the past five years. The values for the portfolio and index are the weighted average of the five-year EPS Growth Rates of the stocks in the portfolio or index. Forward Price/Earnings (Forward P/E) Ratio is a stock’s current price divided by the company’s forecasted earnings for the following 12 months. The values for the portfolio and index are the weighted average of the P/E ratios of the stocks in the portfolio or index.

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