Anyone who is unfamiliar with the process of investing in stocks could tell you that it’s a remarkably tricky game and it would seem that only the lucky win. However, Kerrisdale Capital, an up-and-coming financial firm established in 2009, argues that the game does not have to be so complicated. Rather, one does not need luck to win the game, but instead, needs to strategize in order to win. Founder and Chief Investment Officer SahmAdrangi has been leading the way in stock investments from the get-go.
Prior to the founding of Kerrisdale Capital, Adrangi had already established his career in financial matters. His career began when he made the decision to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Yale University. Post graduation, Sahm took the next step in his success story, and was began his career at a financial leveraging company. Eventually, Sahm was as a financial advisor for those struggling with bankruptcy at Chanin Capital Partners. From that time forward, SahmAdrangi continued to develop his career and increase his understanding of investment bonds and markets. Eventually, in 2009 SahmAdrangi founded Kerrisdal Capital in New York.
Since the founding of Kerrisdal Capital, Mr. Adrangi the firm have accumulated a significant capital. SahmAdrangi’s training over the years has made him an excellent candidate for leading the way in financial leveraging and investing. This became an incredibly important skill for Mr. Adrangi and his company as the company specializes in the betting both for and against bonds.
Recently, it was released that Mr. Adrangi and his firm have raised $100 million for the placement of bet on a single company stock. The name of the company was not released. However, it has been stated that the company in confident in the potential payoff. As such, the firm has purchased numerous stocks with the unnamed company. In conclusion, SahmAdrangi and his team as Kerrisdal Capital have placed an enormous bet in an unknown company. Based on previous Kerrisdal Capital behaviors it is expected that the company will come out to publicly defend its position. Now, we wait.