High Quality Dividend Appreciation Strategy

High Quality

(as of March 31, 2020)

  High Quality Dividend Appreciation S&P 500 Index
Return on Invested Capital 17% 11%
Debt to EBITDA 1.3x 1.9x
Source: BFM Estimates, Capital IQ, Bloomberg, Results are median weighted
Our portfolios have higher returns and lower leverage than the index.

High Conviction

(as of March 31, 2020)

  High Quality Dividend
Appreciation
S&P 500

Index

Morningstar
Category Average1
Top ten holdings as a % of total 49% 23% 47%
Source: Morningstar, Results are median weighted
1US Dividend Appreciation Growth category
Active Share
80%

Low Turnover

(as of March 31, 2020)

  BFM High Quality Dividend Appreciation Morningstar Category Average
Turnover 15% 47%
Source: Morningstar, Results are median weighted
Together with our clients, we have a long-term mindset.

Low-Risk

(as of March 31, 2020)
Cumulative Performance in Up & Down Markets (Dec 31, 2014 - Mar 31, 2020)

Up Market

Upside Capture: 84%

Down Market

Downside Capture: 77%

Annualized 5 Years

Annualized Alpha: 2.4%
BFM High Quality Dividend Appreciation
S&P 500 Index

Up-Down Market measure composite performance (net of fee) relative to index during periods when index has risen/fallen.
Source: Morning Star, BFM Estimates

We place emphasis on limiting the downside relative to our benchmark.


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High Quality Dividend Appreciation Strategy
March 31, 2020

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March 31, 2020

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