Monthly Archives: July 2018

Sam Adrangi Going Short Again

Sahm Adrangi is well known for going against the grain with his investment strategies at his hedge fund Kerrisdale Capital. Instead of employing a long only investment strategy, Adrangi is known as an activist short seller, finding shares of companies that he believes to be fraudulent or otherwise overpriced. Then, Adrangi waits for these stocks [Continue]

Sleep In and Sip Organo Gold

In a world of Starbucks specialty frappachinos and Dunkin Donuts coolattas, it can be difficult to find great, authentic coffee. It seems that as coffee becomes more accessible, it becomes more contorted. We can get cafe au laits, espresso machiattos, and vanilla cold brew at any and all drive thru restaurants. The reason for this [Continue]

Brian Torchin Revolutionizes Staffing Market for Healthcare

CEO Brian Torchin of HCRC Staffing matches talented medical professionals with high demanding positions in the medical field. At present the medical industry is rife with high turn-over rates and employment shortages. HCRC find solutions by providing institutions with talented nurses, doctors, and other medical professionals. HCRC operates as a full-service agency and also offers [Continue]

Graeme Holm – article recap

Infinity Group Australia is an award-winning financial institution that specializes in debt reduction, wealth creation, and retirement solutions. They help familes to decrease their debt and achieve long-term financial success. Their services include property investment and retirement planning. Infinity Group Australia provides ongoing assistance to their clients. Their approach sets them apart from traditional mortgage [Continue]

Ara Chakerian Is The Founder Of TMS Health Solutions

Ara Chakerian is a passionate philanthropist who has had great success as an investor and entrepreneur. He is one of the partners of ASC Capital Holdings. ASC Capital Holdings is a lead investor in early-stage healthcare companies. Chakerian also founded TMS Health Solutions in order to perform as a treatment provider for patients that are [Continue]