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Why Sahm Andrangi Is a Formidable Investment Officer

Sahm Andrangi is the sole founder of Kerrisdale Capital Management having established it in the year 2009.He worked so hard to establish his firm with very low capital resources of less than $1 million and the firm is currently working at a capital base of more than $150 million. The firm specializes in research and publications. There are numerous corrupt foreign companies that operate in the New York stock exchange market.His main motive of establishing and running the Kerrisdale capital management firm was to expose and wipe out these corrupt companies from the market and become profitable at the same time.

Sahm Andrangi raised starting capital from family members, friends and well-wishers. Like any other business should have a strategy of into the competitive market, his strategy was to expose these corrupt companies using an untraceable website with no identification. Most of the companies’ existence like China Education Alliance and many others in the New York stock exchanges were not legal. They had instead used back-door listing to get into the listing system and reporting large margins of revenue collections in providing its services of tutoring students online. Starting a research and publishing firm to expose these decisive companies was a strong and enforceable strategy. Foremost, he would create awareness foe the existence of Kerrisdale Capital Management in its effort to fight for a transparent economy. Secondly, he would gain profits through his research and publications.

While a student, Sahm Adrangi undertook online tutorial lessons so as to perfect his college entrance examination qualification. Thus through experience, he had basic knowledge on how online tutorial companies should and are supposed to operate. In one of his measures to investigate these companies, he hired investigators to seek tutorials from China Education Alliance which was one of the companies in question. The results were the companies’ premises had no students. With evident data, it was clear that the companies’ large revenue turnover was not necessarily from tutoring students but rather from miscellaneous earnings. However, the salesmen and analysts at the stock exchange were not happy.

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