He is the Pen State graduate who landed an internship program through sheer hustle plus networking at the Merril Lynch’s credit desk in the New York City of United States of America. Then he would spend at least three years with the Merrill while he traded credit on the bond desk, owing to his “clickability” as well as hardworking nature. While at the Longacre- the $3 billion hedge fund, Adrangi relayed his skill into a credit trading role. In fact, his time at Longacre somewhat overlapped with Adrangi who is the presently the founder of Kerrisdale Capital Management.
Due to the high cost of living around the New York City, the long hours in addition to the conviction that things were now changed given the vast asset losses in the industry, Adrangi made a life choice to leave Wall Street in June 2015 forever. However, the seed Capital he had made when he was at the Wall Street assisted him to make lots of revenue from the proper securities which caused him to love investing. After a close contact with Sahm, one can easily find out that he is a worthy person and treasures making investments. At one point, Adrangi has made a lump sum amount of cash in his PA.
In spite of the Kerrisdale Capital Management mainly sharing research on a wide range of industries and corporations, in recent years Adrangi chose to shift the focus of the organization onto a diversity of specific segments that the Kerrisdale Capital Management had established its proficiency. One of the central parts of attention is biotechnology sector as well as the Kerrisdale’s published research on growth stage corporations such as Bavarian Nordic, Zafgen, Unilife, Pulse Biosciences, Sage Therapeutics just to mention a few.
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Adrangi also served on the credit team for Paulson and Co that is the individual who pocketed close to $6 billion shorting mortgages, long after he quit Longacre.