Sahm Adrangi is the founded Kerrisdale Capital, a company known for its publishing research and short selling, in 2009. He serves as the Chief Investment Officer and has truly involved himself in key aspects of the company’s operations and management, causing it to continually excel. In fact, even its founding story highlights the true greatness of Adrangi. With merely a $1 million, he started a company many believed would not stand. He proved his doubters wrong because as of mid-2017, the company operates more than $100 million.
Sahm Adrangi works to help the public learn the stock market. He continually shares his beliefs on stocks, including undervalued and overstated. Moreover, Kerrisdale’s personal research, facilitated by Adrangi, constantly corrects public misunderstanding and publishes its research on its website.
In addition to advice, Sahm Adrangi has even exposed fraudulent acts with large companies such as Bavarian Nordic, Zafgen, and Pulse Biosciences; amongst others. Sahm Adrangi has had a sheer focus on the mining and telecommunications sector for its flaws.
Although Sahm Adrangi is an entrepreneur, he is also an activist in terms of investments. For one, he helped Lindsay Corporation with its management so the company could maximize cash output and allotment. Moreover, he led a campaign to replace inefficient managers in Morgans Hotel Group’s board of directors, which he accomplished as there were two new managers in the company.
Originally, however, Adrangi started his financial career in the credit industry by providing financial dedication and expertise at Deutsche Bank. Before this career, he had a tenure with a multi-billion dollar corporation. He received his education from the prestigious Yale University in Bachelor of Arts in Economics.
Today, Adrangi has been involved with various public-speaking events, traveling all across America to educate about investment and his personal journey. In addition, he had made appearances in several high-rated television networks such as NBC, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, BusinessWeek, and the Washington Post; amongst others. At an early age of 37, Adrangi has more than enough time to expand his impressive list of accomplishment.