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Artko Capital LP returns 28.5% net of fees in its 2nd year

Monday, July 17, 2017

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Artko Capital LP - Investing in small/micro cap companies and special situations within a concentrated portfolio - writes on Harvest Exchange:

For the 4th fiscal and 2nd calendar quarter of 2017, a partnership interest in Artko Capital LP returned 8.3% net of fees. At the same time, an investment in the most comparable market indexes-Russell 2000, Russell Microcap, and the S&P 500-gained 2.5%, 3.8%, and 3.1%, respectively.

For the 12 months of our fiscal 2017, an interest in Artko Capital LP returned 28.5% net of fees, while investments in the most comparable aforementioned market indexes were up 24.6%, 27.6%, and 17.9%, respectively. Artko Capital LP has thus finished its second year as a partnership while maintaining a 20.4% internal rate of return (IRR). Monthly results and related footnotes are available in the table at the end of this letter. The next fund openings will be August 1, 2017, and September 1, 2017.

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