Ithaka US Growth Strategy

Overview

  • Concentrated portfolio of 25 to 35 high quality growth companies

  • Expectation of multi-year holding leads to low turnover

  • Focus on companies with the ability to generate cash flow growth over the long term

Dan White

Senior Analyst

8 years experience

Scott O'Gorman

Portfolio Manager

22 years experience

William L. Johnson

Portfolio Manager

41 years experience

Investment Team

Zander Zidlicky

Research Associate

<1 year experience

Product Profile

Inception year

Number of holdings

Style

Benchmark

Investment vehicles

Russell 1000 Growth

SMA, UMA

2009

25 - 35

Growth

As of 6/30/2021 (%)

YTD

ITD

(42.0)

(30.7)

(23.9)

14.1

15.1

12.8

Ithaka US Growth Strategy (Net)

Russell 1000 Growth Index

S&P 500 TR Index

Performance

As of 9/30/2022 (%)

QTD

YTD

1 YEAR

3 YEAR

5 YEAR

10 YEAR

ITD

Ithaka US Growth Strategy (Net)

Russell 1000 Growth Index

S&P 500 TR Index

(7.6)

(3.6)

(4.9)

(42.0)

(30.7)

(23.9)

(40.8)

(22.6)

(15.5)

3.5

10.7

8.2

9.5

12.2

9.2

11.7

13.7

11.7

14.1

15.1

12.8

Periods greater than one year are annualized. Inception Date: 1/1/09. Please refer to the GIPS Report and Disclosures.

Investment Team

Research Associate

Portfolio Manager

Portfolio Manager

Senior Analyst

The performance shown is compared to the Russell 1000 Growth Index and the S&P 500 TR Index. The Russell 1000 Growth Index measures the performance of the broad growth segment of the U.S. equity universe. It includes those companies from the Russell 1000 Index with high price-to-book ratios and high forecasted growth as compared to other companies listed in the Russell 1000 Index. The S&P 500 TR Index is a market-capitalization-weighted index that measures the performance of 500 leading publicly traded companies in the U.S. The index tracks both the capital gains as well as any cash distributions, such as dividends or interest, attributed to the components of the index. These broad-based securities indexes are unmanaged and are not subject to fees and expenses typically associated with managed accounts. Individuals cannot invest directly in an index.