New Stocks In Kamyar Khajavi’s MIK Capital Portfolio


MIK Capital is a New York-based hedge fund. The fund, founded in 2015 by Kamyar Khajavi, has a total portfolio value of $197 million. Thomson Reuters Corporation is its most significant investment in the second quarter, with shares worth $10.8 million.

Insider Monkey focuses on the new stocks bought by MIK Capital. The company is active in over 26 states across the United States. As of September 9, 2021, its market capitalization is $22.32 billion. In Q2, 34 of the 873 Insider Monkey tracked had holdings in the company, compared to 41 of the 866 in Q1. Bernard Cammarata formed The TJX Companies, Inc., formerly known as Zayre Corp., in 1987. Marmaxx, HomeGoods, TJX Canada, and TJX International are the four divisions that provide clothes and home fashion products. Decker Brands is the brand name for Deckers Outdoor Corporation. In more than 50 countries, it sells footwear, clothes, and accessories. In the first quarter, 44 hedge funds out of 873 held holdings in the business, compared to 40 out of 866. MIK Capital owned about 107.2 million shares of Planet Fitness, Inc., valued at over $8 million in the second quarter. The firm was held by 34 of the 873 hedge funds, down from 40 of the 866 hedge funds in the previous quarter. Mohawk Industries, Inc. is a well-known flooring maker. The company’s shares were first listed on NASDAQ and are currently traded on the New York Stock Exchange. As of the second quarter of 2021, 44 of the 873 people tracked by Insider Monkey had shares in the firm. For more details, click 10 New Stocks In Kamyar Khajavi’s MIK Capital Portfolio.