Sahm Adrangi is the chief investment officer and founder of Kerrisdale Capital Management based in New York. The company got founded in 2009, and since then, he has been part of its growth. He graduated from Yale University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and later launched the firm with less than $1 million but now manages $150 million as reported in July 2017. Due to his popularity in research publishing and short selling, He shares his opinions concerning his company’s stocks such as exaggerated shorts and underestimated longs that are misinterpreted by the market.
The company’s research is after correcting the fallacies of the firms’ critical business forecasts. Adrangi popularized himself through shorts as well as revealing dishonest Chinese firms including China-Biotics and China Marine Food groups. Mr. Sahm Adrangi has focused on his firm’s efforts where Kerrisdale has advanced its capability such as the sector of Biotechnology. Sahm Adrangi publishes his research on top companies including Sage Therapeutics, Bavarian Nordics, Zafgen and numerous others. He publishes his findings on the telecommunications sector and discusses his observations as seen on Dish Network and Globalstar.
Mr. Sahm Adrangi positively influences the investment sector by helping companies in capital allocation and optimization. He started his profession in finance at Deutsche Bank advising creditors against bankruptcy and in leveraging loan debts in a financing department.
The company has raised about $100 million from financiers to compete against a single stock. The managers of the co-investment fund occasionally raise income to fund specific investment propositions such as the retrieval of residential security in mortgages and recover energy companies. Kerrisdale instead, due to its small size, uses the money to undersize the stock of a yet to be announced company.
Through an email by Sahm Adrangi to investors, he reported concerning the amount of money that got raised. The company to be featured was worth 10 billion. Adrangi with a Kerrisdale analyst, Shane Wilson, focused on the impending promotion working on video, reports, and website to persuade others of their idea as expressed in the email before the official unveiling of the company. The primaryKerrisdale’s hedge fund which gambles for and against companies has registered returns of roughly 28% on average for the past five years.