Former Hedge Fund Analysts Gives Insight on his GNC Shares

A former Hedge Fund analyst -Sahm Adrangi- talks about his GNC shares and his time at wall street before he took a long sabbatical leave. The 35-year-old former analysts had spent 12 years in this industry. He is a Penn State graduate who came into the industry through the right networks and a lot of hustle after landing an internship at Merril Lynch credit desk in New York.

Even after his internship, Sahm Adrangi was able to spend three more years at Merril because he was social and hardworking which made it easy for him to click with other people easily. He was on the bind desk while at Merill. After leaving Merril with such an experience, he went to Hedge fund which at the moment had a 3 billion dollar status. Sahm Adrangi joined the establishment as a credit trading expert.His time at long care overlapped with Sahm Adrangi who is the current hedge fund founder of Kerrisdale.

After his time at Long Care, he moved to work at a credit team for Paulson & Co, where his performance was impressive as he made 6 billion dollars worth shorting mortgage bonds. After this, he was a credit PM for three years at Bowery investment management LLC. Surprisingly, after a long time of fulfilling a career full of great achievements in the wall street, Sahm Adrangi decided to quit this world in 2015.

This decision was informed by the perception that the game had changed and the lifestyle of New York was increasingly becoming very expensive. He however still enjoys investing and is in fact currently generating a good amount of his income from well thought out securities using the seed capital that he generated from his income at wall street. For more  info about us: click here.

At the end of the conversation, it was clear that he was a great investor and a generally good person. It was also clear that he had made good money as a PA on wall street. It is clear that the life of an investor involves especially if you are on wall street. You need to be willing to put in the long hours.