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5 Investors Betting Big on MultiMetaVerse (MMV) Stock

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MultiMetaVerse (NASDAQ:MMV) stock closed higher by 30% today after the company announced that it had signed a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) with Orient TM Ruibo. The letter details that MultiMetaVerse plans on acquiring a 72.81% equity stake in Orient TM Ruibo, which is the parent company of family-oriented Chinese entertainment company Taomee. MMV stock rocketed as high as $4.35 per share today before paring some gains at the close.

MultiMetaVerse Chairman and CEO Yiran Xu had the following to say about the news:

“We are extremely excited to work with Taomee, a standout company in China’s entertainment industry. Taomee has been creating and developing original, compelling IP brands for over 16 years and has accumulated a large and loyal following across China, particularly among the younger generations.”

So, what exactly does MultiMetaVerse do? As InvestorPlace contributor David Moadel explains, the company “creates animations and other forms of entertainment, primarily for kids.” MMV stock made its debut on the Nasdaq on Jan. 5 following a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) merger with Model Performance Acquisition.

Per the press release, Taomee’s top three intellectual property brands are “Mole’s World,” “Seer” and “Flower Angel.” All three brands are geared toward children, which could provide synergies for both companies.

5 Investors Betting Big on MMV Stock

Tracking institutional ownership is important, as these large investors provide liquidity and support for stocks. During the third quarter, 20 13F filers reported owning MMV stock, a decline of 12 filers from the previous quarter. Meanwhile, Whale Wisdom reports that the institutional put/call ratio tallies in at 0.0. That’s equivalent to 79,992 calls and no puts, implying a bullish options stance. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the top shareholders of MMV stock:

  1. Mizuho Securities: 427,000 shares. Mizuho purchased 16,487 shares during Q3.
  2. W.R. Berkley Corporation: 323,534 shares. W.R. purchased 54,848 shares during Q3.
  3. Shaolin Capital Management: 321,784 shares. Shaolin’s position remained unchanged during Q3.
  4. Glazer Capital: 161,361 shares. Glazer sold 153,447 shares during Q3.
  5. Polar Asset Management Partners: 140,000 shares. Polar’s position remained unchanged during Q3.

Please note that this list only includes investors who filed a Q3 position update. For example, First Euro Investments owns 1.73 million shares, but that figure is only accurate as of Q4 2021.

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On the date of publication, Eddie Pan did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the InvestorPlace.com Publishing Guidelines.

Eddie Pan specializes in institutional investments and insider activity. He writes for InvestorPlace’s Today’s Market team, which centers on the latest news involving popular stocks.