Adrangi on Eastman Kodak’s Stock Share Rise

Sahm Adrangi is currently the chief investment officer at Kerrisdale Capital, an investment and advice-giving corporation. With his headquarters in New York City, there are a plethora of organizations and businesses consistently seeking Kerrisdale’s, and most importantly, Sahm Adrangi’s services.

At only 33 years old, Adrangi exemplifies the passion of the American Dream and how one’s dedication and hard work can pay off. Sahm Adrangi holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the prestigious Ivy League, Yale University. His previous employment has been with companies such as Longacre Fund Management, Chanin Capital Partners, and Deutsche Bank. During his tenure with Longacre Fund Management, Adrangi helped garner over $1.2 billion in investment assets. Moreover, his role at Chanin helped the company through a bankruptcy restructuring and gave crucial advise to various organizations on the subject. Even before Chanin, Adrangi worked with Deutsche Bank, where he helped the company with debt and yield high bonds.

Sahm Adrangi has a value investing type of personality and is a generalist in terms of personal expertise. Adrangi and Kerrisdale Capital are fundamentally rooted in long-term investing and promote their ideas with event-driven situations. More recently, Adrangi and his company issued a negative report on the Eastman Kodak Company.

Adrangi states that Eastman Kodak Company inaccurately displays its stock price as if it is in the growth process. The company’s acquisition of a new image company is only a strategy to block the actuality of the company’s growth. This partnership will not help the company with its declining revenue and low cash flows. From its initial purchase of the image company, Eastman Kodak’s stock has risen 187%. Currently, Kerrisdale Capital and Sahm Adrangi only seek to benefit if the company declines in its share price.

To discuss its full report on the Eastman Kodak Company, Kerrisdale will be hosting a conference call.

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