Stone Fox Capital

Net Payout Yields

Managed by Stone Fox Capital
ConservativeLarge cap or stock buybacks

Net Payout Yields is designed to be a conservative strategy. It offers a diversified selection of large cap stocks that offer dividends and/or are buying back stock. The net payout yield goal for the strategy is 8%, defined by the amount a company spends on stock buybacks and dividends as a percentage of its stock price (adjusted for the amount a company receives for issuing new stock). The dividend yield objective for the strategy is 2 to 3%. Of course, stock dividends reflect past performance and there is no guarantee they will continue to be paid.

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Strategy Stocks
Management fee 1.00%
Min investment $1,000

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Performance Table

Performance

Last 30 days 5.7%
Last 90 days 8.6%
Last 365 days -7.9%
Last 5 years 36.7%
Last 10 years 168.9%
Since inception (Nov 04, 2010) 244.5%
Since inception (annualized) 10.8%
2022 (YTD) -10.3%
2021 24.1%
2020 4.4%
2019 31.0%
2018 -11.2%
2017 14.2%
2016 16.3%
2015 -6.1%
2014 14.7%
2013 37.1%
2012 20.3%
2011 5.4%

Risk metrics (last 365 days)

Volatility 26.7%
Sharpe ratio -0.39
Sortino ratio -0.64
Maximum drawdown -28.1%
Value-at-risk (95%, 1 week) -6.2%
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Portfolio information

Research

Mark screens companies for high net payout yields, then selects the ones that he believes are of high quality; he will not automatically select just the highest-yielding stocks. Mark conducts additional fundamental research in an effort to avoid companies that he believes may become distressed.

Approach

Mark mainly invests in stocks in the S&P 500 with market caps above $10 billion. He also invests 10 to 20% in large caps to increase the return potential while maintaining volatility generally in line with the S&P 500.

Sell discipline

Mark will sell stocks when their stock yields drop below his target. That may happen due to stock price increases that drive down yields, dividend cuts, or changes to stock repurchase plans.

Exceptions

A few exchange-traded funds (ETFs) may be held in an effort to improve diversification and to reduce risk.

Portfolio updates

Manager

Stone Fox Capital

Stone Fox Capital

Stone Fox Capital is an individual investment manager based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Mark Holder has more than 18 years of investment industry experience and is a member of the Oklahoma Society of CPAs.

Mark takes a long-term approach to investing. He focuses on fundamental analysis and identifying market trends. Mark believes that the best opportunities may arise from ideas that are not fully understood or appreciated by others in the market.

Disclosures

Past performance is no guarantee of future results, and all investments, including those in this portfolio, involve the risk of loss, including loss of principal and a reduction in earnings.

This portfolio was launched on Interactive Advisors on November 04, 2010, when clients were able to start investing in it. All performance information on this page is actual performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account and presented “net of fees”. The actual performance chart is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be used as the basis for making an investment decision. Actual client returns will differ. All Portfolio Manager information including personal data, profiles, and strategies has been provided by the Portfolio Manager. Interactive Advisors makes no representation or warranty of its accuracy, completeness or relevance and it does not represent the opinions of Interactive Advisors.

All performance information on this page is based on the performance of the Portfolio Manager’s account, using the manager’s own funds. Performance of the Portfolio Manager's account is calculated by Interactive Advisors on a daily time-weighted basis, including cash, dividends and earnings distributions and reflects the deduction of broker commissions (when commissions were charged). Manager returns include trades and positions that fail Interactive Advisors' trading rules, as a result, actual client returns will differ. Interactive Advisors’ advisory fees are simulated and applied retroactively to present the portfolio return “net-of-fees”.

In addition to Interactive Advisors’ management fees, clients will also be charged management fees and other expenses (custodian fees, brokerage commissions, and legal and accounting fees) by ETF issuers if the portfolio contains ETFs.

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