Heartland Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy

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  • Portfolio Management Team
  • Performance
  • Commentary
  • Portfolio Composition
  • Risk Analysis

Overview

Investment Focus

Dynamically pursues the best opportunities across the full equity universe

Distinguishing Characteristics

  • Portfolio that typically invests in stocks with market capitalization of $500 million or greater
  • Designed for investors who seek additional latitude in the pursuit of attractive valuations
  • Benchmarked to the Russell 3000® Value Index
  • Typically holds 30-50 stocks
  • Inception date: 1999

Investment Minimum & Standard Fee Schedule

Minimum: $500,000

Account Size Annual Rate (%)
First $5 million 1.00
Next $10 million 0.85
Above $15 million Negotiable

 

Investment Process

All stocks are evaluated based on our proprietary, consistent, and time-tested 10 Principles of Value Investing™. These criteria are central to Heartland’s value investing philosophy and provide a framework for evaluating securities.

The Investment Team applies a bottom-up research approach, combining traditional fundamental analysis and meetings with more than 1,000 company management teams in a typical year. The 10 Principles™ are designed to help the Team assess a company's valuation, but also focus on metrics associated with financial soundness, management team strength, and future outlook.

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Portfolio Management Team

Heartland Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy Portfolio Managers

44 years of industry experience
28 years of experience at Heartland

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Troy McGlone

McGlone, CFA, is Vice President and Portfolio Manager of the Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy. He has 11 years of industry experience, 5 at Heartland.

Will Nasgovitz

Nasgovitz is CEO and Portfolio Manager of the Select Value, Mid Cap Value, and Value Funds and their corresponding separately managed account strategies. He also is CEO of Heartland Funds. He has 19 years of industry experience, 15 at Heartland.

Colin McWey

McWey, CFA, is Vice President and Portfolio Manager of the Select Value and Mid Cap Value Funds and their corresponding separately managed account strategies. He has 17 years of industry experience, 10 at Heartland.

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News & Investing Perspectives

Press Release
6/13/19
Heartland Advisors Mid Cap Value and Opportunistic Value Strategies Portfolio Management Team

Mid Cap, Opportunistic, Earn Repeat Recognition as “Top Guns”

Two Heartland Strategies continue to earn accolades relative to peers.

PM Perspective
5/19
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Colin McWey

Why Catalysts and Context Matter

The difference between an unloved laggard and an attractive investment opportunity often begins with perception. Here is a look at internal catalysts and their importance in changing investors’ views and company results.

PM Perspective
5/19
Heartland Advisors value investing portfolio manager Colin McWey

Cash Flow: An Equalizing Force in Analysis

Cash flow helps us evaluate opportunities on an apples to apples basis regardless of industry or debt.

Heartland in the News
4/3/19
Heartland Advisors Value Investing CEO Will Nasgovitz

Time to Focus on What Matters

CEO Will Nasgovitz on the importance of balance sheets and fundamentals in today’s late-stage economic cycle.

Heartland in the News
2/21/19
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Colin McWey

Where Quality is On Sale: PM Offers Views to U.S. News

Colin McWey, CFA, offers insights on some high-quality businesses trading at discounts.

Heartland in the News
2/20/19
Heartland Advisors Value Investing Portfolio Manager Will Nasgovitz

MarketWatch Highlights Heartland CEO’s $3 Trillion Warning

Will Nasgovitz looks at how the surge in corporate debt coming due could impact the market.

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Water & Wells
2/19/19

A $3 Trillion Time Bomb?

A look at the tsunami of corporate debt that could swamp companies over the next five years.

Water & Wells
10/19/18

Yield: Pumping the Brakes on Growth Stocks

Why yields on the 10-year Treasury may be welcome news to value investors.

Water & Wells
8/14/18

Tripped up by a Low Hurdle

How low interest rates have led to a surge of money losing companies, and what that may mean as interest rates move higher.

Performance*

Average Annual Total Returns
  • Quarter-End
  • Annual
3/31/2019

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Since Inception (%)10-Year (%)5-Year (%)3-Year (%)1-Year (%)YTD (%)QTD (%)
Opportunistic Value Equity Composite (Net of Advisory Fees)**10.0913.487.0312.827.8510.2210.22
Opportunistic Value Equity Composite (Net of Bundled Fees)7.9911.284.9410.635.753.119.70
Russell 3000® Value7.0114.507.5610.505.3011.9311.93

 

2018 (%) 2017 (%) 2016 (%)

2015 (%)

2014 (%)

2013 (%)

2012 (%)

2011 (%)

2010 (%)

2009 (%)

2008 (%)

2007 (%)

2006 (%)

2005 (%)

Opportunistic Value Equity Composite (Net of Advisory Fees)**

-4.13 13.63 18.83 -4.05

4.02

34.59

13.43

-7.88

17.51

35.82

-32.38

4.62

13.93

14.90

Opportunistic Value Equity Composite (Net of Bundled Fees)

-6.01 11.40 16.52 -5.92

1.99

32.00

11.25

-9.70

15.24

33.23

-33.64

2.62

11.80

12.80

Russell 3000® Value

-8.58 13.19 18.40 -4.13

12.70

32.69

17.55

-0.10

16.23

19.76

-36.25

-1.01

22.34

6.85

 

*Source: FactSet Research Systems, Inc., Russell Investment Group, and Heartland Advisors, Inc. Performance data is preliminary. YTD and QTD returns are not annualized. The Strategy's inception date is 9/30/1999.
**Shown as supplemental information.

Commentary

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3/31/19
Heartland Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy Portfolio Manager Commentary

Heartland Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy 1Q19 Portfolio Manager Commentary

Security selection was strong with the Strategy’s Energy and Information Technology names boosting results.

Portfolio Composition

Characteristics
3/31/2019

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Weighted Average Market Cap ($)Median Market Cap ($)Trailing 1-Year Turnover (%)
Opportunistic Value Equity Composite91.1 billion9.9 billion41.3
Russell 3000® Value117.4 billion1.6 billion-

Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc., Russell Investment Group, and Heartland Advisors, Inc.

Valuation Analysis
Equity securities only, weighted harmonic average unless otherwise noted

3/31/2019

Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc., Russell Investment Group, and Heartland Advisors, Inc.
*Weighted average

Heartland Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy valuations 1Heartland Advisors Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy Valuation Analysis Charts 2

Sector Allocation

3/31/2019

Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc., and Russell Investment Group
Composite statistics shown as percentage of equity investments

Heartland Advisors Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy Sector Charts 1Heartland Advisors Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy Sector Charts 2

Top 10 Holdings in a Representative Account
6/30/2019

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TickerHolding% of AccountIndustry
BRK/BBerkshire Hathaway, Inc. (Class B)4.59Diversified Financial Services
WFCWells Fargo & Co.4.15Banks
DGXQuest Diagnostics, Inc.3.40Health Care Providers & Services
EXCExelon Corp.3.31Electric Utilities
PFEPfizer, Inc.3.31Pharmaceuticals
FLSFlowserve Corp.3.01Machinery
ORCLOracle Corp.2.94Software
CVSCVS Health Corp.2.78Health Care Providers & Services
XRAYDENTSPLY SIRONA, Inc.2.63Health Care Equipment & Supplies
KEXKirby Corp.2.60Marine
% of Total Net Assets32.72

Security-Level Attribution & Contribution

3/31/2019

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5-Year Risk Analysis

3/31/2019

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Alpha*Standard Deviation (%)*BetaInfo RatioSharpe RatioUpside Capture (%)*Downside Capture (%)*R-
Squared (%)
Active Share
Opportunistic Value Equity Composite (Net of Advisory Fees)-0.5912.161.03-0.130.52102.89108.2388.9386.20
Russell 3000® Value0.0011.171.000.000.61100.00100.00100.000.00

*Annualized
Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc., Russell Investment Group
Alpha, beta, and information ratio are versus the Russell 3000® Value Index.

The above performance, portfolio composition, and risk analysis data is preliminary.

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Past performance does not guarantee future results. Performance represents past performance, and current returns may differ.

Heartland Advisors, Inc. (the "Firm") claims compliance with the Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS®). The Firm is a wholly owned subsidiary of Heartland Holdings, Inc., and is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. For a complete list and description of Heartland Advisors composites and/or a presentation that adheres to the GIPS® standards, contact the Institutional Sales Team at Heartland Advisors.

The U.S. dollar is the currency used to express performance.

The inception date for the Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy is 9/30/1999.

In addition to stocks of large companies, the Opportunistic Value Equity Strategy invests in stocks of small- and mid-cap companies that are generally less liquid than large companies. The performance of these holdings generally will increase the volatility of the strategy’s returns.

Value investments are subject to the risk that their intrinsic value may not be recognized by the broad market.

Portfolio holdings are subject to change without notice. Current and future portfolio holdings are subject to risk.

Sector and Industry classifications are sourced from GICS®.The Global Industry Classification Standard (GICS®) is the exclusive intellectual property of MSCI Inc. (MSCI) and S&P Global Market Intelligence (“S&P”).  Neither MSCI, S&P, their affiliates, nor any of their third party providers (“GICS Parties”) makes any representations or warranties, express or implied, with respect to GICS or the results to be obtained by the use thereof, and expressly disclaim all warranties, including warranties of accuracy, completeness, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.  The GICS Parties shall not have any liability for any direct, indirect, special, punitive, consequential or any other damages (including lost profits) even if notified of such damages.

Representative account chosen based on composite membership, not on performance-based criteria. Other accounts within the strategy may have different holdings.

Representative account holdings are preliminary, may not be reconciled, and may be updated when reconciled.

Certain security valuations and forward estimates are based on Heartland Advisors' calculations. Certain outliers may be excluded. Any forecasts may not prove to be true.

Economic predictions are based on estimates and are subject to change.

Heartland’s investing glossary provides definitions for several terms used on this page.

CFA® is a registered trademark owned by the CFA Institute.

Separately managed accounts and related investment advisory services are provided by Heartland Advisors, Inc., a federally registered investment advisor. ALPS Distributors, Inc., is not affiliated with Heartland Advisors, Inc.

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