Dodge & Cox

Dodge & Cox

Last Update: 06-09-2015

Number of Stocks: 187
Number of New Stocks: 2

Total Value: $108,503 Mil
Q/Q Turnover: 4%

Countries: USA
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Dodge & Cox Watch

  • Bill Frels' Stocks With Growing Yields

    Bill Frels (Trades, Portfolio) is the portfolio manager at Mairs & Power, which is an SEC-registered investment advisory firm and is Minnesota's oldest investment firm under private ownership and management.


    His portfolio is composed of 187 stocks and it has a total value of $7,270 million.

      


  • Dodge & Cox Reduces Stake in AOL

    San Francisco-based firm Dodge & Cox was founded in 1930 and prides itself on having a strong and reliable team of investors that have worked together for over a decade. Consistency over a long period of time seems to be the firm's approach on investing as well. Dodge & Cox looks for long-term trends in companies rather than short-term market trends, which is why the firm has such a low quarter-over-quarter turnover rate of 4%.


    With 187 positions in its portfolio valued at $108.5 billion, 22.9% of the stocks are in the technology sector, 21.5% of its positions are financial services and 16% are in the healthcare sector.

      


  • Guru Stocks at 52-Week Lows: XOM, WMT, PG, CVX, GSK

    According to GuruFocus list of 52-week lows, these Guru stocks have reached their 52-week lows.


    Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM) Reached the 52-Week Low of $84.02

      


  • Dodge & Cox Buys 2 New Stocks

    Dodge & Cox was founded in 1930 and is a firm employing a long-term approach and strict price discipline. It has $250 billion in assets under management and returned 11.32% on average annually over the past 20 years, compared to 9.39% for the S&P 500.


    The managers discussed their view of market valuations and portfolio positioning in their first quarter fact sheet:

      


  • Dodge & Cox Keeps Buying Express Scripts

    Dodge & Cox (Trades, Portfolio) was founded in 1930, by Van Duyn Dodge and E. Morris Cox. As of March 2006, Dodge & Cox managed over $104 billion in separate accounts and mutual funds.


    In terms of investment philosophy, Dodge & Cox team is guided both in what they buy and what they sell by an ongoing search for superior relative value, steering clear of popular choices that come at a price they would rather not pay. Investing when valuations are low creates greater potential for capital appreciation. They look to be long-term owners of companies whose current valuations don’t reflect their long-term earnings and cash-flow prospects.

      


  • Dodge & Cox’ Stock Fund Q1 2015 Commentary

    The Dodge & Cox Stock Fund had a total return of –1.2% for the first quarter of 2015, compared to 1.0% for the S&P 500 Index. At quarter end, the Fund had net assets of $59.4 billion with net cash of 0.4%.


    MARKET COMMENTARY

      


  • Dodge & Cox’ Global Stock Fund Q1 2015 Commentary

    The Dodge & Cox Global Stock Fund had a total return of 1.4% for the first quarter of 2015, compared to 2.3% for the MSCI World Index. At quarter end, the Fund had net assets of $6.3 billion with net cash of 2.9%.


    MARKET COMMENTARY

      


  • Morgan Stanley's Q1 Results Beat Wall Street Estimates

    In this article, let's take a look at Morgan Stanley (MS), a $72.64 billion market cap company, which is a financial holding company that provides various financial products and services to corporations, governments, financial institutions, and individuals worldwide.


    Beating Consensus Estimates

      


  • Market Valuations and Expected Returns – March 12, 2015

    The market was up more than 30% in 2013, the best year since the go-go years of 1990s. 2014 was another strong year for the market. The S&P 500 index was up more than 13%. Since the market recovery in 2009, the stock market has been up for 6 consecutive years. Yet in January 2015, the stock market benchmark S&P 500 lost 3.10%. In February, the market regained its strength by increasing 5.49%. Can market continue to grow in 2015?


    Bernard Baruch once said “A market without bears would be like a nation without a free press. There would be no one to criticize and restrain the false optimism that always leads to disaster.”

      


  • Weekly CEO Buys Highlight: S, OPK, CAPL, CLF, MOSY

    According to GuruFocus Insider Data, these are the largest CEO buys during the past week. The overall trend of CEOs is illustrated in the chart below:


    Sprint Corp: President and CEO Raul Marcelo Claure bought 5,080,000 shares

      


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