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Is AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (AMAG) Going to Burn These Hedge Funds?

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AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAG) shares haven’t seen a lot of action during the fourth quarter. Overall, hedge fund sentiment was unchanged. The stock was in 19 hedge funds’ portfolios at the end of September. The level and the change in hedge fund popularity aren’t the only variables you need to analyze to decipher hedge funds’ perspectives. A stock may witness a boost in popularity but it may still be less popular than similarly priced stocks. That’s why at the end of this article we will examine companies such as Crocs, Inc. (NASDAQ:CROX), iKang Healthcare Group Inc (ADR) (NASDAQ:KANG), and Air Transport Services Group Inc. (NASDAQ:ATSG) to gather more data points.

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With all of this in mind, we’re going to take a look at the recent action encompassing AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAG).

How are hedge funds trading AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAG)?

At Q3’s end, a total of 19 of the hedge funds tracked by Insider Monkey held long positions in this stock, unchanged from the previous quarter. With hedge funds’ sentiment swirling, there exists an “upper tier” of notable hedge fund managers who were boosting their holdings considerably (or already accumulated large positions).

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When looking at the institutional investors followed by Insider Monkey, William Leland Edwards’s Palo Alto Investors has the most valuable position in AMAG Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMAG), worth close to $81.5 million, corresponding to 4.7% of its total 13F portfolio. Coming in second is Phill Gross and Robert Atchinson of Adage Capital Management, with a $54.4 million position; the fund has 0.1% of its 13F portfolio invested in the stock. Other hedge funds and institutional investors that hold long positions consist of D. E. Shaw’s D E Shaw, Ross Margolies’s Stelliam Investment Management and Stephen DuBois’s Camber Capital Management.

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