Seeking Alpha is a publication focused on the financial industry that various stock advice, articles, strategies for investments EFTs, and asset classes. Seeking Alpha has recently gained a great amount of attention, and made a name for itself at the top of all must-read lists for individuals pursuing strong investment advice. Sahm is an incredibly successful entrepreneur and has a lucrative business where he works as a hedge fund investor. Sahm Adrangi connected with the editor of Seeking Alpha and their conversation resulted in an interview about Sahm’s career prior to his retirement. Read more about Sahm Adrangi at Institutional Investor.
In Seeking Alpha’s publication, they expressed that Sahm Adrangi had highly dedicated to growing his personal network and his industry experience when he was starting out. Sahm’s desire to succeed enabled him to land a credible job as an intern at Merrill Lynch right after his graduation. Originally, Sahm was under contract to work one year for the company but ended up staying there for several years due to his contributions and exceptional work ethic.
Sahm Adrangi moved into a new position Longacre Hedge Fund after fulfilling his contract with Merrill Lynch. The fund had roughly 3 billion dollars in capital which Sahm oversaw on a daily basis, allowing him to build his industry experience and strategies. Mr. Adrangi continued to gain knowledge of the financial industry while working at various management and investment firms over the years. A downside to Sahm’s industry was the high pacing that comes along with doing business in a busy city, which ultimately led to Sahm’s early retirement despite his many achievements. Read more at Endpoints News about Sahm Adrangi.
Even though Sahm Adrangi is retired from his passion in 2009 he founded a company from the ground up and is now currently holding a position at Kerrisdale Capital Management as CIO. Sahm Adrangi and his company started with only his own investment that barely amounted to 1 million dollars. Since then, Kerrisdale Capital Management’s assets have grown to a value worth over 150 million dollars. Today, teaching is one of Sahm’s ways of giving back and he dedicates a large amount of time challenging youthful investors and entrepreneurs like himself, showing them the ” in’s and out’s” and the secrets of the industry.