A former trader of Wall Street recently shared 12 years of trading from a bond trader, to hedge fund credit to credit analysts and his passion for knowing more about GNC Holdings Inc. The trader admitted to having built large portion on his PA with equities, and over the years the trader made billions for different companies dealing with selling of short mortgage bonds. The trader after working in various organizations he decided to quit and Wall Street due to perceptions of trading market changing and the high life of living in Newyork.

The attitudes of trading changing market are due to high assets outflows but he still loves investing in good security, and he makes high capital returns from various Wall Street’s trades. Sahm Adrangi is the founder and the financial analyst of Kerrisdale Capital Management a hedge fund company that changing the traditional way of business with its new approach to dealing with the various group that wants to unveil their stock to the public. Their recent target is buying stock from a company that is revealing its share soon to have a high advantage over the other investors. The Kerrisdale capital investment has raided at least $100 million as co-investment fund to help it have a high betting power against the upcoming company single stock.

Sahm and his colleague Shane Wilson is work tirelessly to come up with a unique strategy that will showcase how their thesis works and its benefits. According to Sahm latest letter to his investors, Kerrisdale has bought many stock shares before the company unveiling date; this is to book its position. For more info about us: https://twitter.com/sahmadrangi click here.

In 2009 Sahm founded Kerrisdale Capital Management a hedge fund company that started with a capital of less than $1 million and later operates more than $150 million. The founder uses his years of trading experience to run the firms development.

According to Mr. Adrangi, his firm invests in overhyped shorts and under-followed long stocks not understood in the market. Adrangi graduated with economics honors from Yale University and started his career at Deutsche Bank where he performed high-yield credits and leveraged on debt financing.