- Several of the companies CVI Investments has been involved with raise several red flags. Examples include: SAVA, CODX, INPX and TNXP.
- During 2018 and 2019, CVI Investments filed Schedule 13G ownership forms for 41 companies. The vast majority have since experienced significant decreases in their share prices, in some cases greater than 99%. The average annualised rate of return for 39 of these 41 companies is a horrific -%42.
In our fifth Investor Warning focusing on third-parties, we will be taking a closer look at CVI Investments. This is a name many penny stock traders are likely well acquainted with as it often pops-up in the ownership filings of companies that tend to enjoy remarkable and often times short-lived parabolic runs. We must emphasise that this article is no way suggesting CVI Investments has broken any laws, regulations, duties or contractual obligations, we are simply highlighting how this fund finds itself repeatedly involved with publicly traded companies that exhibit highly unusual yet somewhat predictable share price behaviour.
Little information relating to CVI Investments can be found online besides that which can be found in SEC filings. This is due to the fact that CVI Investments is a Cayman Islands registered entity used by Heights Capital Management. Not much information about Heights Capital Management can be found online either which is likely because Heights Capital Management is part of Susquehanna Growth Equity (1), a private equity firm financed by none other than Susquehanna International Group, one the world’s largest privately-held financial services firms.
In order to illustrate CVI Investments’ investments we will first take a closer look at three of the companies it has been involved with over the last couple of years that have also recently exhibited unusual price behaviour. Later on, we will give an overview of the rates of return generated by 41 different companies since CVI Investments purchased a stake in them. Please note that we will be comparing historical share prices to those of March 4, 2020, as this date precedes the “Great Corona Crash”.
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