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November 15, 2022
This newsletter begins with a few of our portfolio startups which have been in the news recently. This is followed by a deep dive review on our latest offering - The Svelland Global Trading Fund (SGTF).

Reminder to grab your tickets for our upcoming in-person networking and deal flow mixer. If you are an accredited investor and local to the Bay area or are visiting, please register. We look forward to meeting you.

For those who wonder how is Propel(x) different from the others, we have written a blog post on 11 key benefits of investing through our platform. Additionally, we have answered the question - Can small investors invest in private equity? Short answer, yes they can...through Propel(x)!

Lastly, we have done a headline roundup on alternative investments which may be helpful if you are closely following the space.

Enjoy the scroll down.

Cruz Foam*, "a circular materials company providing bio-based, regenerative replacements for single-use plastic in the multi-billion dollar packaging industry, announced an $18M Series A funding round led by the problem-solving group, Helena. The round was joined by One Small Planet, Regeneration.VC, At One Ventures, and SoundWaves." Read the press release**

SafeTraces* announces phase II U.S. Air Force STTR Grant. Read the press release**

Stratasys has acquired quality assurance software start-up Riven* to help scale additive manufacturing. Read the press release**

Disclaimer - All these startups are Propel(x) alumni companies. They were either listed or fundraised through the Propel(x) platform via Propel(x)'s affiliated broker/dealer Hubble Investments.

* These links are gated and you will need to create a free account or sign in to view detailed information on the startup. This includes existing investors, pitch deck, deal terms, management information and much more.

** These links are provided solely as a convenience to readers and they do not imply an affiliation, sponsorship, endorsement, approval, investigation, verification, or monitoring by Hubble Investments or any of its affiliates of the contents on such third-party websites.
A look at Propel(x) and the SGTF

The SGTF focuses on the
commodities sector. The strategy trades across three buckets:

1) Commodity Futures and Options.
2) Commodity & Renewable Related Equities and
3) Freight Futures.

At present, the Fund doesn’t trade coal or power.

Disclosure: This review is a sponsored one and is one of our affiliate partners.

Investor Networking & Deal Flow Mixer | In Person | 17 November - 3 PM PT

Meet and connect with select startups and a hedge fund featured on the Propel(x) platform. Only for accredited investors.

If you have already registered for this event, we look forward to meeting you!

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Why should you invest through Propel(x)?
In this installment of our ongoing Platform Spotlight series, we give you a look under the hood of our investment platform to reveal why investors choose Propel(x).
How to invest in private equity with a broker-dealer
In times past, many investors have not had access to private equity deals, with opportunities often limited to investment firms and high net worth individuals with a wide industry network and strong connections. But the market has spoken, and the landscape has changed, with new legislation, new technology, and new investment platforms now making private equity accessible to most investors.
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Propel(x) is a digital alternative investment platform that enables accredited investors and  qualified purchasers to invest in startups, venture funds and hedge funds. All securities offerings are done through either Propel(x)’s affiliated broker-dealer, Hubble Investments or Planck Fund Management Corp., a subsidiary of Propel(x).
Investments on Propel(x) are high risk, illiquid and bear the risk of partial or complete loss of invested capital. Please review risk factors for investments on Propel(x) here.

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