|Security||MTCH / Match Group, Inc.|
|Institution||State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement System|
State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement System reports 57.29% increase in ownership of MTCH / Match Group, Inc.
August 06, 2018 - State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement System has filed a 13F-HR form disclosing ownership of 47,962 shares of Match Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:MTCH) with total holdings valued at $1,858,000 USD as of June 30, 2018. State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement System had filed a previous 13F-HR on May 04, 2018 disclosing 30,492 shares of Match Group, Inc. at a value of $1,355,000 USD. This represents a change in shares of 57.29 percent and a change in value of 37.12 percent during the quarter.
Other investors with positions similar to State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement System include Hays Advisory Llc, Integre Asset Management, LLC, Stone Ridge Asset Management LLC, Cubist Systematic Strategies, LLC, Axa, and Public Employees Retirement System Of Ohio.
Match Group, Inc. has declared a standard industrial code (sic) of 737 which is the "Computer Programming, Data Processing, And Other Computer Related Services" industry. State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement System's top industries are "Pipelines, Except Natural Gas" (sic 46), "Legal Services" (sic 81), and "Miscellaneous Repair Services" (sic 76).
The Security, Class, and CUSIP columns in the table below are shown exactly as filed by the investor. We do our best to track continuity of investments through acquisitions, and this will be reflected in the table as changes in names and cusips.
In addition to descriptive data, performance of the investment is shown over time. To calculate quarterly performance, we first calculate cost basis of the shares purchased during the quarter, then use that to calculate gross profit. Quarterly return is Gross Profit / Starting Portfolio value.
Note that cost basis is calculated and stored in thousands, so small quarterly changes in shares frequently result in a cost basis of zero.
as of ET