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Research Ad Fraud with Sahm Adrangi

Sahm Adrangi is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Kerrisdale Capital Management. He has an impressive background and education in the field and has developed a great reputation. He is best known for selling his research. His penchant for finding information and putting it into compiled research papers is to be commended. Sahm Adrangi has been in the business for over 9 years and continues to impress people with his stock market research. He focuses on long-term value investments and special situations.

Kerrisda Capital uses several means to publish the research that they do. At a recent presentation on ad fraud Sahm listed the sites that they use most frequently for posting the research to be shared. Social media and the Kerrisdale website are the two main platforms used to promote the articles and presentations that are compiled and publishes. The presentation had some great points consistent with hi company’s outlook and business savvy ways. Sahm Adrangi discussed Chinese fraud and how fraud can be a good thing when used for a positive thing. He goes on to explain that fraud combines an element of social good within a short activism. The advertisers are being targeted not the consumer in this instance. The advertisers do not get the information out there but do see that the ads are being viewed. However, they might not be being viewed by humans. They might be viewed by computers or by bots.

https://www.valuewalk.com/2018/05/sahm-adrangi-presentation-ad-fraud/

In conclusion, the presentation was informative and enlightening in that it brought to light ad fraud awareness. The research and meticulous findings in this presentation represent how the company works and shows the need for a company that is focusing on short activism. Sahm Adrangi is assisting the public in being aware of real ideas and news subjects. Performing the research and verification of the “fake” news and news sites that publish wrong information is bringing this issue to light.

https://www.crunchbase.com/person/sahm-adrangi

Shervin Pishevar Tells People The Stock Market Is Not As Stable As They Believe

Try to convince someone that something they believe is true is really not. It is not an easy sell to most people. You can fight and fight with them to try to get them to see things from your prospective, but you will most likely just be howling into the wind. That doesn’t stop Shervin Pishevar from giving it a try though.

Shervin Pishevar recently went on Twitter and in a fit of explaining things went on a fifty tweet rant about the economy and how things are shaping up around it. He tried to explain to people that he does not believe that the stock market deserves to be priced as high as it is right now. He also tried to point them to the idea that Bitcoin is something that they should dump for the time being as well.

The reason some people care what Shervin Pishevar has to say about these things is because he has such a solid record of predictions in the past. He personally made himself wealthy by being an early investor in Uber. He knew that if he put money on the line with Uber that he was taking something of a risk, but he also believed that doing so would pay off for him in the long run. Therefore, he made that investment and ended up doing well with it.

Twitter is now filled with the thoughts of Shervin Pishevar as he frequently tries to tell people what he thinks about what is happening in the world. Some people love what he has to say while others are less appreciative. As long as he is right in the end, Shervin Pishevar doesn’t much care what individual Twitter followers think of his opinions. He just wants them to take it from him that he put out his opinions ahead of time and we can all sit back and wait to see what happens with them. He has taken the gamble in a sense by putting his reputation on the line every time he makes one of these economic predictions. It is literally that important when he tweets.

https://technewsspy.com/2018/02/09/shervin-pishevars-rant-twitter-still-not/

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