Sahm Adrangi manages the Kerrisdale Capital Investment which deals with investment values both short term and long term. Sahm Adrangi went to Yale University where he graduated with Bachelors of Art in Economics; He worked for Longacre Fund management as a financial analyst before joining Kerrisdale Capital investment. Sahm Adrangi also worked for bankruptcy restructuring group at Chanin Capital Partners; his leading role was to educate creditors. Sahm Adrangi worked for Leveraged Financial group of Deutsche Bank; his work involved yielding bonds and leveraged buyer outs.
Adrangi noticed the fall of the capital market in 2013; many companies sold their stock while giant companies remained the same. Some energy companies closed while others experience bankruptcy. Sahm Adrangi focuses on the value of the stock and can work on any sector revolving around investment. His current company Kerrisdale Capital Investment has over three million dollars investment in long-term investment value. The company shares its ideas with Broader Investment Community using their website.
Its primary focus is on particular situations and value of each stock they make; as a fundamentally oriented investment manager, it ensures that all their stocks and that of their clients are well managed and invested well. Through its ways of sharing investment ideas, it the best in soft activism investment approach. Sahm is thirty-three years old and is currently the Chief Investment Officer at Kerrisdale Investment located in New York. Short-term investment has helped the company gain the wealth they have now when a long-term investor is unable to make a long-term investment, they make it short term to benefit both parties.
Sahm has noted that those who read Kerrisdale published blog are institutional investors looking for best ways to invest their money. They send emails to their followers updating them on current market prices and stock status. The company seeks advice from technology companies to gain knowledge of current technology and its impact on the stock world and also the business world. The cheaper a product is, the more its bound to fail because of inability to serve potential clients.