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Investment Performance

Presented below is the historical performance of Groesbeck Investment Management Corporation. Included are three tables presenting composite return information related to our investment philosophies.  For definition purposes, a composite is an aggregation of discretionary portfolios into a single group that represents a particular investment objective or strategy. All performance return information presented is total return calculated in U.S. dollars.

·         Growth of Income Composite

·         Growth Composite

 

 

GROWTH OF INCOME COMPOSITE

 

Period End
6/30

Total Return
Gross of Fees %

Total Return
S&P 500 Index %

Total Return
Net of Fees%

2007

-3.83

5.49

-4.26

2008

-29.79

-37.00

-30.08

2009

17.98

26.46

17.72

2010

13.88

15.06

13.37

2011

13.72

2.11

13.21

2012

8.80

16.00

8.26

2013

23.59

32.39

23.01

2014

5.07

13.69

4.66

2015

-11.47

1.38

-11.92

2016

4.90

11.96

4.33

2017 (YTD)

8.35

9.34

8.09

1 Yr (6/30/17)

17.06

17.90

16.45

3 Yr (6/30/17)

0.75

9.61

0.26

5 Yr (6/30/17)

6.49

14.63

6.01

10 Yr (6/30/17)

3.70

7.18

3.25

This composite (created 1/1/94) represents the total return of all accounts of $500,000 or greater utilizing a growth of income investment objective managed by Groesbeck Investment Management (GIM). GIM is an SEC registered investment advisor that invests primarily in U.S.-based securities and is not affiliated with any parent organization. Assets under management in this composite total $96.1 million (6/30/17) and represents 64.4% of total firm assets.  Performance includes reinvestment of dividends and is calculated in U.S. dollars. Since Jan.1, 1994, composites have been valued monthly and portfolio returns have been weighted by using beginning-of-month market values. Performance results are presented before deduction of investment management fees (described in Part II of our ADV form), which could reduce a new client’s returns by up to 1% per year, depending on account size. Over a period of five years, the maximum 1% advisory fee may result in a compounded effect of 1% per annum or a total of 5.1% over five years.  GIM claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) and has prepared and presented this report in compliance with the GIPS standards. GIM has not been independently verified.

The composite includes the following: number of portfolios, the annual standard deviation, composite market value at the end of the period ($Mil), and percentage of total firm assets. Note: dispersion is not statistically meaningful (NMF) when there are fewer than 5 portfolios in the composite for the entire year.  (Period) (#, s, $M, %,) 2007: #21, 1.11s, $186.5, 19.3%; 2008: #16, 0.52s, $109.0, 24.0%; 2009: #22, 0.26s, $110.0, 33.9%; 2010: #18, 1.46s, $112.9, 38.7%;  2011: #19, 1.77s, $120, 46.0%; 2012: #10, 0.68s, $113.2, 45.5%; 2013: #10, 0.73s, $129.2, 48.2%; 2014: #10, 2.37s, $118.0, 47.9%; 2015: #12, 0.62s, $95.7, 48.7%; 2016: #11, 2.35s, $92.1. 65.2%; 6/30/17: #11, 0.68s, $96.1, 64.4%.  If applicable, the annual standard deviation presented is an asset - weighted calculation of performance dispersion for accounts in the composite for the entire year. Past performance is no indication of future results. A complete list and description of firm composites will be made available upon request. Additional information regarding policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request.

 

 

 

 

 

 

GROWTH  COMPOSITE
GROWTH COMPOSITE

Period End
6/30

Total Return
Gross of Fees %

Total Return
S&P 500 Index %

Total Return
Net of Fees %

2007

-1.14

5.49

-1.60

2008

-30.50

-37.00

-30.83

2009

20.94

26.46

20.60

2010

14.83

15.06

14.19

2011

2.86

2.11

2.21

2012

10.91

16.00

10.26

2013

30.77

32.39

30.02

2014

7.78

13.69

7.15

2015

-6.22

1.38

-6.76

2016

-0.82

11.96

-1.39

2017 (YTD)

11.55

9.34

11.29

1 Yr (6/30/17)

17.74

17.90

17.14

3 Yr (6/30/17)

3.18

9.61

2.60

5 Yr (6/30/17)

8.70

14.63

8.08

10 Yr (6/30/17)

4.45

7.18

3.90

This composite (created 7/1/93) represents the returns for all nontaxable accounts of $500,000 or greater utilizing a growth investment objective (ie. income is not a consideration). Assets under management in this composite total $7.34 million (6/30/17) and represents 4.9% of total firm assets. Performance includes reinvestment of dividends and is calculated in U.S. dollars.  Groesbeck Investment Management Corp. (GIM) is an independent, equity portfolio manager that invests primarily in US-based securities and is not affiliated with any parent organization.  Since Jan. 1, 1994, composites have been valued monthly and portfolio returns have been weighted by using beginning-of-month market values. Performance results are presented before deduction of investment management fees (described in Part II of our ADV form), which could reduce a new client’s returns by up to 1% per year, depending on account size. Over a period of five years, the maximum 1% advisory fee may result in a compounded effect of 1% per annum or a total of 5.1% over five years. GIM claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) and has prepared and presented this report in compliance with the GIPS standards. GIM has not been independently verified.

The composite includes the following: number of portfolios, the annual standard deviation, composite market value at the end of the period ($Mil), and percentage of total firm assets. Note: dispersion is not statistically meaningful (NMF) when there are fewer than 5 portfolios in the composite for the entire year. (Period) (#, s, $M, %,)2007: #12, 3.08s, $23.3, 2.4%; 2008 #12, 1.40s, $15.3, 3.3%; 2009: #7, 0.86s, $10.9, 3.4%; 2010: #6, 1.18s, $11.8, 4.0%;  2011: #6, 4.45s, $11.2, 4.3%; 2012: #5, 0.42s, $7.9, 3.2%; 2013: #5, 2.73s, $9.6, 3.6%; 2014: #3, 4.40s, $7.9, 3.2%; 2015: #3, 3.06s, $7.1, 3.6%; 2016: #3, 2.81s, $6.6, 4.7%; 3/31/17: #11, 0.36s, $94.6, 63.5%; 6/30/17: #3, 1.35s, $7.34, 4.9%.    If applicable, the annual standard deviation presented is an asset - weighted calculation of performance dispersion for accounts in the composite for the entire year. Past performance is no indication of future results. A complete list and description of firm composites will be made available upon request. Additional information regarding policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request.

 

 

 

MANAGED ACCOUNTS GROWTH OF INCOME COMPOSITE

OSITE

Period End
6/30

Total Return
Gross of Fees %

Total Return
S&P 500 Index %

Total Return
Net of Fees %*

2007

-3.57

5.49

-6.49

2008

-29.02

-37.00

-31.20

2009

11.21

26.46

7.98

2010

10.39

15.06

7.16

2011

11.36

2.11

8.11

2012

10.16

16.00

6.93

2013

27.00

32.39

23.25

2014

13.78

13.69

10.43

2015

-9.52

1.38

-12.21

2016

10.59

11.96

7.48

2017 (YTD)

11.24

9.34

9.64

1 Yr (6/30/17)

19.76

17.90

17.45

3 Yr (6/30/17)

6.55

9.61

3.75

5 Yr (6/30/17)

11.15

14.63

8.10

10 Yr (6/30/17)

5.12

7.18

2.12

This composite (created 4/1/03) represents the total return for all portfolios managed by Groesbeck Investment Management (GIM) in a managed accounts program using our growth of income style. GIM is an SEC registered investment advisor that invests primarily in U.S.-based securities and is not affiliated with any parent organization. Performance includes reinvestment of dividends and is calculated in U.S. dollars. Since Jan.1, 1994, composites have been valued monthly and portfolio returns have been weighted by using beginning-of-month market values. Prior to April 1, 2003, the composite consisted of a non-managed accounts growth of income composite, valued at $122 million (3/31/03), and included all accounts of $500,000 or greater with a Growth of Income investment objective. This composite is still managed by GIM separate from the Managed Accounts Composite. It has assets of $11.61 million (6/30/17) and represents 7.8% of total firm assets. The performance calculations do not reflect the deduction of advisory and other fees, which could reduce reported returns in a managed accounts composite by up to 3% per year.  GIM claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) and has prepared and presented this report in compliance with the GIPS standards. GIM has not been independently verified.

The composite includes the following: # of portfolios; annual standard deviation; composite market value at year end; % of total firm assets represented by the composite. Note: dispersion is not statistically meaningful (NMF) when there are fewer than 5 portfolios in a composite for the entire year. (#,s,$M,%) 2007: #2484, 0.62s, $705.3, 73.0%; 2008 #1579. 1.71s, $305.7, 66.5%; 2009: #501, 3.53s, $144.5, 45.9%; 2010: #309, 0.28s, $102.9, 35.3%; 2011: #250, 0.57, $91.7, 35.0%; 2012: #212, 0.54s, $82.7, 33.3%; 2013: #176, 0.29s, $83.2, 31.05%; 2014; #99, 0.45s, $59.7, 24.2%; 2015: #68, 0.52s, $40.1, 20.4%; 2016: #29, 1.40s, $13.1, 9.2%; 6/30/17:  #22, 0.31s, $11.61, 7.8%. If applicable, the annual standard deviation presented is an asset - weighted calculation of performance dispersion for accounts in the composite for the entire year. Past performance is no indication of future results. A complete list and description of firm composites will be made available upon request. Additional information regarding policies for calculating and reporting returns is available upon request.

* Net returns are calculated using a 3% maximum annual fee.

This information is to be used only by prospective separately managed account sponsors
and/or end user clients

 

 


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