Sahm Adrangi keeps making waves in the world of investing by publically short selling the companies that his investment firm, Kerrisdale Capital, has researched. Some of his latest targets have been engaging in fraudulent advertising that is misleading not only their customers but also the investors that placed their faith in their promises. These practices have to be stopped, and Sahm Adrangi and Kerrisdale Capital are working towards this goal by shorting their stocks in order to draw attention to their unscrupulous actions. As an added benefit, they are able to make a hefty profit through their practices as well.
Sahm Adrangi has had so much success in the industry through short selling bad companies and investing into the success of the good that he was asked to speak at a recent convention that took place in Manhattan called The Art, the Pain, and Opportunity of Short Selling. The conference that was organized by Kase Learning and Whitney Tilson was attended by many people in the investment world and featured speakers that are well known and respected throughout the investment community.
The conference not only talked about the good aspects of short selling but also the many different challenges that investors face during the process. Each of the dozen speakers involved addressed on some of these challenges and tried to speak about a different one in each one of their speeches that took place throughout the day in early May.
The conference had a high level of attendance and a high level of quality when it came to the speakers that were featured during the event. By speaking about their unique experiences in front of the large audience, they were able to share their knowledge and help other short-selling investors with the issues that they may face while short selling investments. The series of speeches was headed by Sahm Adrangi as he gave the first one of the day after breakfast and Whitney Tilson’s opening statements. The event was considered a success by their organizers and attendees and was considered an important event in Manhattan in the diverse world of investing.