Y H & C Investments Profile Picture Investment Adviser

Y H & C Investments

President,Financial Services,Y H & C Investments

  • EducationUC Irvine
  • QualificationsMBA, BA, CFA
  • Investment Experience20 years experience
  • Founded2004

Long Term GARP

  • Asset class Equity
  • Strategy Stock selection
GARP stands for Growth at a Reasonable Price. My Long Term GARP portfolio attempts to buy companies with sustainable, growing businesses that I believe have potential to appreciate in value over multiple years.
Investments are chosen based on my measures of balance sheet and management quality, and my assessment of a company’s long-term growth potential. I consider my investment style to be mainly GARP (Growth at a Reasonable Price). I look for businesses that can grow for long periods of time, but that are still available at attractive prices. My approach to building wealth is to find great companies that have strategic competitive advantages and to own them as they grow larger.
Research includes an analysis of a company's competitive positioning, a review of past, present and future operations, a and a look at a company' s financial situation including cash levels, debt and contingent liabilities. It also includes a review of earnings quality, the way the company is governed, and extensive look at valuations. I also review annual reports, regulatory filings, insider trades and recent company news.
I want to concentrate capital in companies that have attractive businesses and positive long-term growth prospects. I attempt to build large positions in those companies when they become available at what I believe are attractive prices. As a result, the portfolio is typically concentrated in a few positions that I believe fit my strategy.
I believe great businesses are meant to be owned for many years, and in some cases decades. I only want to sell the companies in this portfolio if there is a fundamentally negative change in the business, or if buyers are more than fairly compensating current stock owners for their share of the equity.
Major world events could cause me to make exceptions to my investing philosophy with regard to certain holdings.



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Quarterly vs S&P500

Quarterly vs S&P500

Risk score

  • 14.2%

    Best quarter

  • -11.4%

    Worst quarter

  • $10,000 investment min
  • 1.5% fee

Performance detail

  • Manager (net of fees )


  • Consumer, Cyclical
  • Technology
  • Communications
  • Consumer, Non-cyclical
  • Energy

Top 5 securities

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Portfolio commentary

Performance Portfolio inception November 22, 2011

as of May 25, 2016 Manager (net of fees ) S&P 500
Month-to-date 0.7% 1.2%
Quarter-to-date 1.3% 1.5%
Last 365 Days -9.9% -0.6%
Since inception (Annualized) 14.7% 13.4%
2016 (YTD) -0.4% 2.3%
2015 -4.4% -0.7%
2014 5.2% 11.4%
2013 41.8% 29.6%
2012 27.1% 13.4%

Risk metrics Last 365 days

as of May 25, 2016 Manager (net of fees ) S&P 500
Volatility 19.6% 16.7%
Sharpe Ratio - 0.52 - 0.06
Sortino Ratio - 0.69 - 0.08
Maximum Drawdown -23.9% -14.1%
Value-at-risk (95%, 1 week) -4.5% -3.9%
vs. S&P 500
Information Ratio - 1.04
Alpha -9.2%
Beta 1.05
R-Squared 0.80

Latest transactions Average trades per month 0.5

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  2. Performance of the Portfolio Manager's account is calculated by Covestor on a daily time-weighted basis, including cash, dividends and earnings distributions and broker commissions. Manager returns include trades and positions that fail Covestor's trading rules, as a result, actual client returns will differ. Covestor advisory fees are simulated and applied retro-actively to present the portfolio return "net-of-fees".
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