Kerrisdale Delivers 19.8% in 2017, Pulls In Net Exposure LevelsMark Melin
Long / short player Kerrisdale Capital is back. Sahm Adrangi’s double down style itself rebounded from a rocky past. After delivering investors a snooze-worthy -1.9% in 2016, Adrangi’s maestro-like management of the long / short hedging dial was on display with a 19.8% return in 2017, a partner fund document reviewed by ValueWalk shows.
To some allocators, Kerrisdale's overall volatility represents risk, to others, they are a noncorrelated volatility manager
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