Dear Partners,

Alluvial Fund, LP was up modestly in the first quarter, returning 2.7%. The S&P 500 was down slightly, while the Russell 2000 treaded water. The small change in each market index’s ending value belies the volatility that markets experienced this quarter. I am pleased to say that even during the worst of the correction, Alluvial Fund’s holdings held up very well. At the lowest point, Alluvial Fund had declined roughly 2.5% from its year-end value, compared to nearly 10% for large cap and small cap indexes. This may not always be the case, but recently our focus on obscure and ignored securities and special situations has served us well.

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