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1Q20 Quarterly Commentary

Opportunistic Value

We’ve been patient during the market sell off and let our process guide our buy and sell decisions. 

Fund Strategy

Mid-Cap Value

Coronavirus drove selling pressure, but other factors added to the decline. 

Fund Strategy

Small-Cap Value

Stimulus out of Washington D.C. may not be enough to sustain poorly run companies with excessive debt.

Fund Strategy

Small- and Micro-Cap Value

A long-term perspective can serve as a basis for a brighter, more rational tomorrow.

Fund Strategy

Portfolio Perspective

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Video
12/19 - 2:39
Heartland Mid Cap Value Fund Portfolio Managers Colin McWey and Will Nasgovitz

A Look at Our Mid Cap Value Strategy

The Portfolio Management Team provides an overview.

PM Perspective
4/20
Heartland Value Fund Portfolio Manager Bill Nasgovitz

How Micro-Caps Add Value to a Small-Cap Value Strategy

Micro-caps can be an overlooked source of opportunities in a small-cap strategy. Portfolio Manager Bill Nasgovitz explores the advantages and our approach to the group.

Market Insight

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White Paper
2/20
Value Investing Market Insight White Paper Dividends

The Case for Dividend Payers

A look at how dividend paying stocks have stacked up in various markets during the past 90+ years.

Water & Wells
1/28/20
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Will Nasgovitz

Back to the Days of Pets.com?

A look at why unprofitable companies are partying like its 1999.

Water & Wells
11/13/19
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Troy McGlone

Yielding to Reason

What Treasury yields may be telling us about where manufacturing is headed in the months ahead.

Water & Wells
10/22/19
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Andrew Fleming

Leaving no Margin for Error?

A look at how debt is leaving little margin for error in many companies.

Investment Approach

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Video
5/19 - 1:40
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Vice President Michael Kops

Our 10 Principles of Value Investing

A look at the fundamental approach that guides every investment we make.

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