Value Opportunities

As of 09/30/2022
TOP TEN HOLDINGS (%)1Portfolio
F5 Inc.8.3
Microsoft Corp.7.6
General Electric Co.7.1
Stagwell Inc.4.8
Hess Corp.3.1
General Motors Co.2.9
Rothschild & Co.2.8
Wells Fargo & Co.2.8
SLM Corp.2.7
As of 09/30/2022
Information Technology26.417.8
Communication Services12.24.5
Consumer Discretionary5.9-0.3
Real Estate1.4-3.8
Consumer Staples0.0-7.0
Health Care0.0-17.0
As of 09/30/2022
Portfolio CharacteristicsPortfolioRussell 3000 Value
Price/Normal Earnings7.1x13.6x
Forward Price/Earnings (fiscal year)8.0x11.7x
Portfolio Yield1.5%2.5%
Payout Yield5.6%5.9%
Weighted Avg Market Cap ($M)$201,831$120,177
Median Market Cap ($M)$6,498$1,857
Number of Issuers502,249
Turnover (5 Yr Avg)64% 
Active Share (5 Yr Avg)93 

1 % of Total Portfolio
2 As of 9/30/22

Data source: Hotchkis & Wiley, Bloomberg

Information provided is based on a representative portfolio of the Value Opportunities strategy. Sector weights, statistics, and holdings may vary due to different restrictions, cash flows, and other relevant considerations. Top ten holdings identified do not represent all of the securities purchased, sold, or recommended for advisory clients, and may not be indicative of current or future holdings or trading activity. Securities shown in aggregate may represent only a limited portion of an account’s portfolio holdings. No assumptions should be made that companies identified, or all investment decisions were, or will be profitable. A complete list of portfolio holdings is available upon request. Statistics presented may be based on proprietary or third-party estimates, which are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed. Russell Investment Group is the source and owner of the Russell Index data contained herein (and all trademarks related thereto), which may not be redistributed. The information herein is not approved by Russell.  H&W and Russell sectors are based on the Global Industry Classification Standard by MSCI and S&P.

All investments contain risk and may lose value. The strategy may be viewed as non-diversified, which may concentrate its assets in fewer individual holdings. The strategy may be exposed to more individual stock volatility than a more diversified strategy and may also invest in smaller and/or medium-sized companies, foreign securities, and debt securities. Investing in value stocks presents the risk that value stocks may fall out of favor with investors and underperform growth stocks during given periods.

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