Hudson Bay Capital Management, led by Sander Gerber, has recently disclosed several moves into its equity portfolio holdings. In the first filing, Hudson Bay Capital Management reported raising its stake in Spherix Inc (NASDAQ:SPEX) to 261,880 shares, from 142,821 shares owned earlier, as disclosed in its latest 13F. The holding amasses 9.9% common stock of Spherix.
In another filing, Hudson Bay Capital Management revealed holding around 426,290 shares of WPCS International Incorporated (NASDAQ:WPCS), equal to 9.99% of the common stock. In its latest 13F, the fund disclosed holding 55,688 shares of the company. Hudson Bay is the largest shareholder of WPCS International, of all the hedge funds we track. Another hedge Gregory Fraser, Rudolph Kluiber, and Timothy Krochuk’s GRT Capital Partners, also initiated a position in the company in the third quarter, holding 27,287 shares. Last month, Harvey Kesner, director at WPCS International purchased 10,000 share.
Second Curve has also initiated a position in Quantum Fuel Systems Tech Worldwide Inc (NASDAQ:QTWW). The fund now owns 738,325 shares of the company, or 3.86% of the outstanding common stock. Peak6 Capital Management, led by Matthew Hulsizer, initiated a position in the third quarter, buying 24,000 shares of Quantum.
The next on the list is MGT Capital Investments Inc. (NYSEMKT:MGT), in which Hudson Bay Capital Management revealed holding 0.90% of the common stock. The holding has been significantly decreased to 80,296 shares from 305,624 shares revealed by Sander Gerber’s fund in the previous round of 13F filings. Of the hedge funds we track Hudson Bay was the largest shareholder of MGT Capital.
In the fifth filing, Hudson Bay Capital Management reported owning 85,503 shares of common stock of Marathon Patent Group Inc (OTCBB:MARA), and also owns 24,039 shares of Common Stock issuable upon exercise of warrants. The stake currently amasses 2.04% of the company’s common stock.
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