SahmAdrangi, the Master of Investments

SahmAdrangi is a 35-year-old businessman from New York City. He is famed for hedging funds for twelve years on Wall Street. He left Wall Street in 2015 due to the high cost of living. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the Yale University where he studied Economics from 1999 to 2003. SahmAdrangi worked as an analyst in various companies including Longacre Fund Management, Deutsche Bank, Chanin Capital Partners, Restructuring Investment Banking Group and leveraged finance investment banking. Sahm worked from 2004 to 2005 as an analyst for Leverage Finance Group of the Deutsche Bank. At Chanin Capital Partners, Sahm restructured bankruptcy issues from the year 2005 to 2007. The company had offices in New York City and Los Angeles. He also advised creditor committees.

Being the Chief Investment Officer of Kerrisdale Capital, Adrangi has positively influenced the robust growth of the company he founded in 2009. In July 2017, the firm had made $150 million. Adrangi’s business is keen on developing long-term projects of significantly high value. Currently, Kerrisdale capital is managing $300 million. The company invests in public securities. Sahm is a master when it comes to short` selling and hedging funds. He has an astounding recording in shorting mortgages up to a value of six billion dollars.

Being a researcher, Adrangi has focused on the biotechnology. He has researched companies such as Sage Therapeutics, Bavarian Nordic, Zafgen, Unilife and Pulse Biosciences. He has also studied mining prospects by companies such as Northern Dynasty Minerals and First Majestic Silver. He publishes his research on reputable print and digital media, notably Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, New York Times and the Washington Post. Sahm has attended interviews on Bloomberg and CNBC. Furthermore, he has graced several conferences including the Distressed Debt Investing Conference.

While conversing with a reporter of Seeking Alpha, Sahm spoke of his career journey. Through hard work and networking, he was able to get an internship at Merrill Lynch. It is there that he acquired experience in credit trading that he first utilized in Longacre for Paulson & Company’s credit team. In 2013, The Lindsay Corporation Management was assisted Mr. Adrangi in improving cash deployment and policies related to capital allocation.