One of the most enervating challenges in the world of investment is in picking the right stocks or shares to invest in. If you put a short position on something that’s deeply valuable, then you might be missing a lot. When you overvalue a share and put an unjustified hype assessment on it, you risk losing a lot of your capital. Fortunately, Sahm Adrangi of Kerrisdale Capital can help you pick the right stocks.
In an assessment from PRNewswire, it is shown that the financial officer of Kerrisdale Sahm Adrangi has already put a negative report on Quinstreet, Inc. Despite the hype and unjustified assessment that Quinstreet Inc got lately, Mr. Adrangi believes that there’s a lot of suspicious behavior in the company’s performance. Phony traffic, deliberate tampering of website visits and other proprietary problems are just some of the things that consist the negative assessment that Quinstreet deserves.
Mr. Adrangi feels that he has to warn the investors of Quinstreet of such misleading behavior and misconceptions. With the assessment on the low-level business model of QuinStreet, he can help clients and investors veer away from putting too much trust on QuinStreet. Also, it is even shown by the calculation of Sahm Adrangi that most of the traffic coming in as leads for Quinstreet may only be from just one potential lead. All the supposedly active business engagement that the firm declares to have enjoyed may only be coming from one single client. This may be a sign of a sham behavior that could strike a lot of damage to investors.
It’s also noteworthy to say here that Kerrisdale Capital Management, LLC builds a good reputation in all its negative reports because it is value-oriented, fundamentals-centered and focuses on the long-term value of such investments.
Sahm Adrangi’s reputation as Kerrisdale’s Chief Investment Officer is also robust. He is based in New York City and came out of college with a degree in B.A. Economics from Yale University. You may even have heard his name as the man who worked out the bankruptcy restructuring of Chanin Capital Partners, representing for bank debt holders and other clients who are distressed in their banking credentials.