Performance

Naylor & Company has used a consistent investment philosophy to generate long-term returns in excess of the S&P 500. Our mission is to continue to use this same philosophy to produce market-beating returns in the future.

Naylor & Company claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (“GIPS®”) and has been independently verified for the periods April 10, 2003 to December 31, 2017, by ACA Performance Services, LLC.

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Firm Brochure/Form ADV Part II
Naylor & Company’s Firm Brochure (Form ADV Part II) contains additional disclosures.  For a copy of the brochure, click here.

 

Morningstar Disclosure
The Naylor & Company Core Composite SM received a Morningstar Overall Rating™ of 4 stars among 218 Mid-Cap Growth separate accounts, and 1 star among 218 separate accounts, 4 stars among 209 separate accounts and 5 stars among 175 separate accounts for the 3-, 5- and 10-year periods, respectively.

The Morningstar Rating for separate accounts, commonly called the star rating, is a measure of a separate account's risk-adjusted return, relative to other separate accounts in the same Morningstar Category. Separate accounts are rated from 1 to 5 stars, with the best performers receiving 5 stars and the worst performers receiving 1 star. Separate accounts are rated for up to three periods (three, five, and 10 years), and ratings are recalculated each quarter. The Morningstar Rating for separate accounts uses an enhanced risk-adjusted return measure, which accounts for all variations in a separate account’s monthly performance, with more emphasis on downward variation. Separate accounts are ranked against others in the same category and stars are assigned as follows: Top 10% - 5 stars, Next 22.5% - 4 stars, Middle 35% - 3 stars, Next 22.5% - 2 stars, Bottom 10% - 1 star.

Fees for separate accounts can vary widely and are negotiated between the asset manager and the investor. Morningstar has chosen to employ the AIMR-approved standard of gross-of-fees performance (before fees have been taken out) to compare separate accounts. Net-of-fees calculations often deduct the highest theoretical fees that an investor may pay. Morningstar will not calculate ratings for categories or time periods that contain fewer than five separate accounts. Each investor in the same separate account can experience slightly different total returns, because investors have different account preferences and restrictions. Therefore, all separate account performance data is reported to Morningstar as a "composite" of similarly managed portfolios. Separate accounts that do not have ratings can be divided into two groups: those that do not qualify to be rated and those that did not participate. A separate account will not get a Morningstar Rating if: It is less than three years old, the firm is not AIMR-compliant, or the category contains fewer than five separate accounts that are eligible for a rating.

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Five Star Professional Wealth Manager Selection Criteria
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Pensions & Investments Ranking Criteria
The Naylor & Company Core Composite SM was ranked Number 1 in the 5-Year (up to 6/30/2014) Pensions & Investments category of Domestic Equity Blend/SMAs. There were 553 composites in this category. The N&C Core Composite was also ranked No. 1 in the 5-Year (up to 12/31/2015), No. 2 (up to 9/30/2017) Pensions & Investments category of U.S. Stocks/SMAs. There were 2,167 composites in this category. The criteria used to determine these peer groups are as follows: 1) the composite must be a U.S. composite, 2) the firm must be GIPS compliant, 3) the composite must not be retail only, 4) the composite must have a compete return history for the time period up to the most recent quarter and 5) the composite must be in one of the following categories: Large-Cap Blend, Mid-Cap Blend or Small-Cap Blend (for the 2014 ranking) and one of the following categories (for the 2015-2017 rankings): Large Blend, Large Growth, Large Value, Mid-Cap Blend, Mid-Cap Growth, Mid-Cap Value, Small Blend, Small Growth, Small Value, Bear Market, Financial, Health, Natural Resources, Preferred Stock, Precious Metal, Real Estate, Technolgy, Utiliities, Equity Energy.

 

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