Sahm Adrangi, New York’s Investment Guardian

Sahm Adrangi is a thirty-three-year-old chief investment officer at a renowned investment management organization, the Kerrisdale Capital based in New York City. Mr. Sahm Adrangi is a Bachelor of Arts Economics holder from Yale University. Before founding Kerrisdale Capital, Sahm Adrangi worked in several organizations. These organizations are Analyst – Longacre Fund Management, analyst, Restructuring Investment Banking Group – Chanin Capital Partners, analyst, Leveraged Finance Investment Banking – Deutsche Bank. All the above prepared Mr. Sahm Adrangi propelling him to form and establish Kerrisdale Capital in the year 2009. Under his watchful eye, Kerrisdale Capital made a name for itself in the investment world. Today, it continues to share its breathtaking ideologies with relevant parties in the investment world through its online platform.

Sahm Adrangi, the chief investment officer at Kerrisdale Capital, has published a lot of controversial reports and reviews. The most recent of his reports involved QuinStreet, Inc. In his detailed negative report on QuinStreet, Inc., he casts reasonable doubts on the standard and sustainability of QuinStreet’s business. The report further insisted that QuinStreet has been benefiting from sham web traffic.

Earlier this year, Kerrisdale Capital also issued a rather disturbing report on Eastman Kodak Company. In this report, he firmly insisted that KODAKOne and KODAKCoin were faulty and that they will in no way be of benefit to the Kodak shareholders. He further insisted that the rise of Kodak shares cannot be justified accordingly. Also, he claimed that the lead developer of KODAKOne together with its strategic advisor on the KODAKCoin ICO were entities with very shoddy backgrounds. Furthermore, he claimed in his report that, members of Kodak’s board of directors did grant themselves restricted stock a day before the announcement of the launch. This he claimed to be a very suspicious act that bears the material risk of drawing on SEC investigation.

It is, however, important to note that, Kerrisdale Capital holds a short position in Eastman Kodak Company. This, therefore, means that it stands to gain if the shares prices of Eastman Kodak Company falls.

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