Sahm Adrangi is an experienced economist and investment expert. In the recent years, he has been observed to focus on other industries besides economics and investments. As a result, he has been able to raise a couple of red flags on different companies and assisted federal agencies on catching culprits. For example, he helped the Federal Communications Commission to realize the demerits that accompanied Globalstar’s proposal on Terrestrial Low Power Service (TLPS). He was also featured as the lead expert that helped the Securities and Exchange Commission to point out some of the fraudulent activities carried out by Lihua International and China-Biotics. These two were Chinese companies that later faced the law based on the evidence provided by Sahm Adrangi.
In the biotechnology industry, Sahm Adrangi has helped to show how several biotechnology firms had grown to become what they are today. Some of these firms included Unilife, Sage Therapeutics and Pulse Biosciences. Sahm Adrangi has also associated his research publication to the mining sector, where he was doing market valuation on mining companies like First Majestic Silver. For most investment companies, he focused on how they had developed cash deployment principles and optimized capital allocation.
With decades of experience in the stock market, Sahm Adrangi writes a lot about under-followed longs. His focus on over-exaggerated shorts has also helped to highlight a few misconceptions that should not happen when primary business principles are applied in an investment firm. As a result, he has become a household name. Sahm has been featured in many interviews and hosted by Bloomberg and CNBC. On the other hand, his articles have found their way into major publications like the Washington Post, New York Times and BusinessWeek.
Kerrisdale Capital Management, a company that he founded and now acts in the capacity of a chief investment officer, has grown over the last decade. As a result, the company is managing at least $150 million in investments. Sahm Adrangi has also worked with Longacre Management, Chanin Capital Partners and the Deutsche Bank. In his last employment at Longacre Management, he was an economic analyst for the billion-dollar hedge fund. via twitter