Sahm Adrangi’s career is highlighted by success in both Wall Street and at Kerrisdale Capital management. At wall street, Sahm is considered to be a top trader and investor. Stepping aside from Wall Street, he is the founder of Kerrisdale capital management.
He has served in the position of chief investment officer at Kerrisdale. Serving in this post means that Sahm Adrangi is tasked with analyzing and approving valuable investment opportunities for Kerrisdale. Looking back when Kerrisdale was conceived, the company was only managing funds less than $1 million. All this has changed with the growth the company has been experiencing. As of today, Kerrisdale capital management is managing resources in their millions of dollars.
Many wouldn’t believe that Sahm didn’t get his recognition from his success in Wall Street but from selling various research materials comprising of thesis reports and different shorts evaluation. When Sahm realized that there was a general misconception surrounding individual stocks and companies, Sahm took it upon himself to sensitize his colleagues on Wall Street and traders alike on the various shorts that people easily misunderstood in the stock market. Sahm spent his time researching and analyzing multiple stock options across numerous markets while singling out the exaggerated and the commonly overhyped stocks.
Sahm is a celebrated Alumnus of the Penn State University found in California. He came from humble beginnings and had to work his way up at institutions such as Merrill Lynch. At Merrill Lynch Sahm got the opportunity to hone his skills in the trading of stocks and bonds. After leaving Merrill Lynch, Sahm Adrangi moved on to the Longacre institution.
At Longacre, Sahm found another learning curve as he was able to perfect his trading skills. Other than trading on stocks and shares at Longacre, Sahm Adrangi got to work with multiple hedge funds; this enabled him to gain the required expertise of managing collected revenue, something he moved on to practice at Kerrisdale Capital Management. In 2015, Sahm Adrangi quit Wall Street. He moved on from trading of stocks and options to focus on his personal life and ventures other than spending time with his family.