Trends in Big Pharma

Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Colin McWeyWe are providing a link to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article, “Trends: Big pharma bargains available,” because it features Heartland Portfolio Manager Colin McWey, CFA.

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Portfolio Manager Colin McWey, CFA, discusses how Heartland's focus on fundamentals has helped uncover two companies we believe have growth potential despite challenges in the sector.

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As of 12/30/2016, Heartland Advisors on behalf of its clients held approximately 0.00%, 0.00%, and 0.02% of the total shares outstanding of AbbVie, AmerisourceBergen Corp., and Express Scripts Holding Co., respectively. Anthem, Gilead, Mylan, and Walgreens were unowned as of the same data.

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