|Day Low/High||6.34 / 6.48|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.99 / 8.39|
We also provide an update on Alkaline Water Co.
With the market rebounding, the majority of our positions rose week over week.
During the week, we exited our position in KushCo Holdings and initiated Antares Pharma.
Several positive moves along with our cash position helped insulate the overall portfolio’s performance from last week's market decline.
Amid renewed trade and geopolitical tensions, we trimmed our position in Energy Recovery and added a short-term trade in J.C. Penney.
We took some nice profits trimming a position, exited a name and added to another holding during a challenging week for stocks.
GSV Capital Corp. should be pleased with the latest results of Dropbox Inc., in which GSV holds a substantial stake.
GSV Capital investment Lyft posts its first results as public company, and Dropbox reports Thursday.
We added to three positions and pulled the plug on another during a solid week for small-cap stocks.
We'll likely know better the direction GSV Capital shares will take once imminent quarterly reports are in on key investments Lyft and Dropbox.
We ditched one position and added to another last week as small-cap stocks trended higher.
During the week, we took a starter position in Encana Corp. and boosted our cash position by trimming iShares Russell 2000 ETF.
We made several trades last week as the overall market grinded modestly higher.
The portfolio had a strong start to the June quarter, due in part to the small cap-heavy Russell 2000 leading the market higher.
Last week was a very strong one for many of our positions as the domestic market ended the first quarter on a high note.
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During the week we brought Fitbit back into the portfolio and added Digital Turbine to the Bullpen.
Last week was a very good one for the portfolio as nine of our 13 holdings outperformed our benchmark, the Russell 2000.
We are closely watching the IPO roadshow, and how Lyft ultimately is valued, for its impact on portfolio stock GSV Capital.
Our preferred metric for GSV Capital is net asset value per share, which should continue to benefit from the upcoming Lyft IPO.
We initiated one position and exited another during a tough week for small-cap stocks.
We rang the register on part of a high-flying position and added to another on weakness.
If the IPO is a runaway success, it could very well lead to other companies in GSV’s portfolio to tap the public markets later this year.
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