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GuruFocus “Value Investing Live” with Bill Nygren (10.14.20)

October 14, 2020

Bill Nygren participated in GuruFocus’ “Value Investing Live” where he talked about the firm’s investment process and how it may differ from other value investors. He also participated in an audience Q&A. Read more here.

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The holdings mentioned comprise the following percentages of the Fund’s total net assets as of 09/30/2020:

SecurityOakmark FundOakmark Select FundOakmark Global Select Fund
Alphabet Cl A3.8%10.3%10.0%
Apple0%0%0%
Bank of America3.0%4.7%6.1%
Capital One Financial3.1%4.2%0%
Chevron0%0%0%
Cisco0%0%0%
General Electric1.4%2.9%0%
Mastercard Cl A1.6%0%0%
Snowflake0%0%0%
Visa Cl A1.6%0%0%

Portfolio holdings are not intended as recommendations of individual stocks and are subject to change. The Funds disclaim any obligation to advise shareholders of such changes. Information about portfolio holdings does not represent a recommendation or an endorsement to Fund shareholders or other members of the public to buy or sell any security contained in the Funds’ portfolios. Portfolio holdings are current to the date listed but are subject to change any time. There are no assurances that the securities will remain in the Funds’ portfolios after the date listed or that the securities that were previously sold may not be repurchased.

Access the full list of holdings for the Oakmark Fund as of the most recent quarter-end.
Access the full list of holdings for the Oakmark Select Fund as of the most recent quarter-end.
Access the full list of holdings for the Oakmark Global Select Fund as of the most recent quarter-end.

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Investing in value stocks presents the risk that value stocks may fall out of favor with investors and underperform growth stocks during given periods.

Because the Oakmark Select and Oakmark Global Select Fund’s are non-diversified, the performance of each holding will have a greater impact on the Funds’ total return, and may make the Funds’ returns more volatile than a more diversified fund.

Oakmark Select Fund: The stocks of medium-sized companies tend to be more volatile than those of large companies and have underperformed the stocks of small and large companies during some periods.

The Fund’s portfolio tends to be invested in a relatively small number of stocks. As a result, the appreciation or depreciation of any one security held by the Fund will have a greater impact on the Fund’s net asset value than it would if the Fund invested in a larger number of securities. Although that strategy has the potential to generate attractive returns over time, it also increases the Fund’s volatility.

Investing in foreign securities presents risks that in some ways may be greater than U.S. investments. Those risks include: currency fluctuation; different regulation, accounting standards, trading practices and levels of available information; generally higher transaction costs; and political risks.

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