Inside Transaction: Roderick Dillon Sold 500 Shares of Diamond Hill Investment Group, Inc. (DHIL); Blackrock Muniassets Fund (MUA) Has 1 Sentiment

The stock decreased 0.07% or $0.01 during the last trading session, reaching $14.61. About 40,082 shares traded. Blackrock MuniAssets Fund, Inc (MUA) has declined 1.34% since January 18, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 18.04% the S&P500.

Calculated with average price per share of $215.1, Roderick Dillon, the Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc’s director made a sale of 500 shares of Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc worth precisely $107,552 U.S Dollars. This stocks unloading decreased his ownership of Diamond Hill Investment Group Inc to 2.60% total market cap or 84,901 shares.

Narwhal Capital Management holds 0.52% of its portfolio in Blackrock MuniAssets Fund, Inc for 137,837 shares. Oarsman Capital Inc. owns 61,508 shares or 0.39% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Ironsides Asset Advisors Llc has 0.18% invested in the company for 28,800 shares. The Arkansas-based Bank Of The Ozarks has invested 0.1% in the stock. Argyle Capital Management Inc., a Pennsylvania-based fund reported 13,800 shares.

The stock decreased 1.02% or $2.19 during the last trading session, reaching $213.2. About 6,883 shares traded. Diamond Hill Investment Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:DHIL) has risen 16.29% since January 18, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 0.41% the S&P500.

Diamond Hill Investment Group, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides investment advisory and fund administration services in the United States. The company has market cap of $696.08 million. It sponsors, distributes, and offers investment advisory and related services to a range of clients, such as firms, mutual funds, retirement plans, public pension funds, endowments, foundations, financial institutions, and high net worth individuals. It has a 14.18 P/E ratio. The firm also provides fund administration services, including portfolio and regulatory compliance, treasury and financial oversight, and general business management and governance of the mutual fund complex, as well as oversight of back-office service providers, such as the custodian, fund accountant, and transfer agent.