Q2 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Trend Report

The Q2 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Trend Report is an analysis of 100 components that comprised the Index in the second quarter of 2018. The Index includes both unicorns and “approaching unicorns,” which are private companies with a valuation of at least $500 million. Valuations for individual components are determined by an analysis of various documents, such as: Certificates of Incorporation, Employee-Plan Exemption Notices, Limited-Offering Exemption Notices, Annual Report filings, Form Ds, bankruptcy filings, and many more sources. Utilizing all sources, we can extract key Deal Terms, such as: Round of Financing, Round Direction, Liquidation Preference, Liquidation Multiple and Dividend Rate. The report analyzes the different trending deal terms for a more granular picture of the capitalization structures surrounding the Q2 2018 Index components.

 


Q3 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Reconstitution Report

The Prime Unicorn Index added nine constituents and dropped seven in its quarterly reconstitution, for a total of 102 index components as of Q3 2018.

The additions to the Index are:

  • Automation Anywhere
  • Bird Rides
  • ezCater
  • Formlabs
  • Gainsight
  • JUUL Labs
  • Mesosphere
  • ServiceTitan
  • ThoughtSpot

The deletions from the Index are:

  • Fuze (New valuation less than $500M)
  • Dropbox (IPO)
  • Pivotal Software (IPO)
  • Avalara (IPO)
  • Docusign (IPO)
  • Zuora (IPO)
  • Carbon Black (IPO)

As more high-performing companies defer or eliminate plans to go public, the demand for information and investment exposure to this growing portion of the American economy has soared. The Q3 Prime Unicorn Reconstitution Report provides more information on the new nine constituents and how they compare against the Index.


Q2 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Reconstitution Report

The Prime Unicorn Index added ten constituents and dropped three in its quarterly reconstitution, for a total of 100 index components as of Q2 2018.

The additions to the Index are:

  • Turbonomic
  • Peloton Interactive
  • Pollen
  • Sweetgreens
  • YapStone
  • Ziprecruiter
  • Rent the Runway
  • Twist Bioscience
  • Planet Labs
  • Wag Labs

The deletions from the Index are:

  • Flatiron Health (Acquired by Roche)
  • Hot Chalk (New valuation less than $500M)
  • Zscaler (IPO)

As more high-performing companies defer or eliminate plans to go public, the demand for information and investment exposure to this growing portion of the American economy has soared. The Q2 Prime Unicorn Reconstitution Report provides more information on the new ten constituents and how they compare against the Index.


Q1 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Trend Report

The Q1 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Trend Report is an analysis of 93 components that comprised the Index in the first quarter of 2018. The Index includes both unicorns and “approaching unicorns,” which are private companies with a valuation of at least $500 million. Valuations for individual components are determined by an analysis of various documents, such as: Certificates of Incorporation, Employee-Plan Exemption Notices, Limited-Offering Exemption Notices, Annual Report filings, Form Ds, bankruptcy filings, and many more sources. Utilizing all sources, we can extract key Deal Terms, such as: Round of Financing, Round Direction, Liquidation Preference, Liquidation Multiple and Dividend Rate. The report analyzes the different trending deal terms for a more granular picture of the capitalization structures surrounding the Q1 2018 Index components.

 


Q1 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Reconstitution Report

The Prime Unicorn Index added nine constituents and dropped one in its quarterly reconstitution, for a total of 93 index components as of Q1 2018.

The additions to the Index are: Urban Compass, AvidXchange, Discord, Bolt Threads, Proterra, WellTok, Flatiron Health, Health Catalyst, and Pindrop Security.

The deletion from the Index is: Forescout Technologies

As more high-performing companies defer or eliminate plans to go public, the demand for information and investment exposure to this growing portion of the American economy has soared. The Q1 2018 Prime Unicorn Index Reconstitution Report provides more information on the new nine constituents and how they compare against the Index.

 

 


Q4 2017 Prime Unicorn Index Trend Report

The Q4 2017 Prime Unicorn Index Trend Report is an analysis of 85 components that comprised the Index in the last quarter of 2017. The Index includes both unicorns and “approaching unicorns,” which are private companies with a valuation of at least $500 million. Valuations for individual components are determined by an analysis of various documents, such as: Certificates of Incorporation, Employee-Plan Exemption Notices, Limited-Offering Exemption Notices, Annual Report filings, Form Ds, bankruptcy filings, and many more sources. Utilizing all sources, we can extract key Deal Terms, such as: Round of Financing, Round Direction, Liquidation Preference, Liquidation Multiple and Dividend Rate. The report analyzes the different trending deal terms for a more granular picture of the capitalization structures surrounding the Q4 2017 Index components.