Durig’s Dog of the Dow Outperformed in Up and Down Markets

We benchmarked the Durig’s Dogs of the Dow to the Dow Jones industrial Average ETF and S&P 500 dividends and over he last three year to see how it  performed.

The best way to measure the market is performance is Alpha, Beta and Excess Returns compared to the Benchmarks.

Dogs of the Dow outperformed both the following excess returns and Alpha benchmarks  as of 4-9-2020 after the hard decline from the global pandemic of Covid 19 that cause a massive market decline.

Dogs of the S&P Generating 5.22% Dividend Income

Durig has developed taking the success of the Dogs of the Dow and then added a more modern and specialized approach,  utilizing updated free trading, quarterly re balancing, and dynamic weightings, making the Dogs of the Dow much more effective, creating other “Dogs” portfolios for example now applying it to the S&P 500, call it the Dogs of the S&P 500.

How has the Dogs of the S&P 500 done since inception?   It is still early but it appears the Dogs of the S&P 500 and the Dogs of the Dow are taking their turns in outprefromacing each other.  One has a good year than the other, both had close to a Dow like market drop in the first Quarter of 2020.

Durig’s – Dogs of the Dow – Has a Whopping 4.8% Dividend Income

Durig has developed his own low cost dynamically weighted Dogs of the Dow.

Since Durig dynamically overweights  the higher yielding companies, it’s Dogs of the Dowt delivers a significant higher yield than both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Dogs of the Dow.  Durig’s Dog of the Dow is current yielding a whopping 4.87% .

Lets put how high over 4.8% yield into perspective:

The 10 year treasury current yield is .70%

The   5 year treasury Current yield is .88%

The Best 5 year CIT CD is               1.60%

Durig Dogs of the Dow  is                4.87%

Fixed Income 2: Finding Attractive Income Opportunities in a Yieldless World

A monthly performance review of Durig’s high yielding Fixed Income 2 (FX2) Managed Income Portfolio which also explores the many benefits that the portfolio can provide to investors.

(performance is reported net of fee, as of 2-20-20)

Performance Highlights

  • Over 6% in Cash Generation Alone
  • Year-to-Date Return of 6.20%
  • Trailing 1 Year Return of 7.72%
  • Trailing 3 Year Return of 9.03%
  • Trailing 5 Year Return of 9.13%
  • Annualized Return Since Inception of 8.72%
  • Average Bond Maturity of 4 Years
  • Alpha of 10.58 (vs. Benchmark)*
  • Beta of -1.22 (vs. Benchmark)*
  • Excess Return of 4.32% (vs. Benchmark)*

California Resources Corporation Bonds, Short Term, High Yield, Fixed Income Investment, Yielding 33.5% YTM

This week, Durig Capital takes a look at a unique oil and gas producer. Reviewed several times in the past, most recently in May of 2019 following the company’s release of their Q1 Results, California Resources Corporation (NYSE:CRC) produces oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) strictly within the state of California. And, it sells all of it oil production in the state of California, which, as a state, represents the 5th largest economy in the world. The company recently signed its third major joint venture agreement, which will allow the company to add production and revenue with no initial capital cost to CRC. In addition to this great news, CRC also posted some excellent results from its second quarter (see bullet points above).

Want More Income? Find It in Short Term Bond Portfolio

Do you want more income? If your answer is yes, we have excellent news for you! Durig’s FX2 Portfolio has a lifetime track record of historical outperformance of its peer benchmarks while generating extremely high levels of fully customizable income options, something that no mutual fund can offer, all within your own separately managed account.

(Above: FX2 Benchmark Performance, 8-27-19)

Finally, a Bond Strategy that Outperforms the S&P 500 with Half the Volatility of Equity

Durig Capital’s FX2: Bond Investing with Equity-like Returns

 

Stocks versus bonds – which is the better investment? This is a highly individual question and depends on the goals of the investor. For most investors, getting the best return with the least amount of risk is a goal worth striving for. But what is the best way to do this? While stocks have generally outperformed bonds, there are exceptions to the rule. Consider Durig Capital’s FX2 Managed Income Portfolio.

 

  • This portfolio’s 3-year trailing return has handily beat the S&P 500 index.

  • Not only has its returns exceeded that of the S&P 500 index, it has done so with roughly half the risk (volatility).

  • Morningstar claimed that FX2 was the top performing Fixed Income SMA among its peer group in the last significant interest rate spike of 2016.

  • Additionally, Morningstar has ranked Durig Captial’s FX2 portfolio as the top performing Fixed Income SMA for Trailing 1-year, 3-year, and 5-year returns, as well as for Q1 and Q2 of 2018,  amongst a peer group of over 800 SMA’s.

  • Informa ranked FX2 1st in performance in 1,2,3 and 5 year return categories, as well as since inception, as compared to its peers in Short-Term Fixed Income.

Informa Ranked Durig’s FX2 Portfolio 1st for Performance in Short Term Fixed Income

Durig’s FX2 Portfolio – Third Quarter Rankings from Informa

 

 

 

Informa Investment Solutions Bench Ranked 1st in Performance Durig Capital’s Fixed Income 2 (FX2) Portfolio against its peer group of short term fixed income in it’s PSN database.

 

Here is how Durig’s FX2 Portfolio was Ranked Third Quarter of 2018:

 

Durig Capital Rank

Time Period

Number of Competitors

1st

1 Year

126

1st

2 Years

125

1st

3 Years

124

1st

5 Years

120

1st

Since Inception

110