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Sahm Adrangi Reveals Why Kerrisdale Capital Is Shorting The St. Joe Company

August 9, 2018 - Author: steph

Sahm Adrangi is letting investors know that while the St. Joe Company and its $1 billion evaluation may appear to be exciting on the surface, it is really over-valued. He has been dismissing efforts to build buzz around the company, and his company Kerrisdale, where he serves as chief information officer, has been trying to warn investors that the St. Joe Company’s true value is just a bit above half of what is being reported. The value of the company has been rising due to reports that it is trying to develop one of the world’s greatest retirement communities.

The problem with this, according to Kerrisdale and Sahm Adrangi, is that the land that the St. Joe Company is targeting to develop for the project is actually remote, swampy, and is not realistically going to be undergoing development any time in the near-future. Sahm Adrangi has made it clear that there is no development or plans to develop the swampy land into anything anytime soon. The truth is that there has been barely any activity, at all, related to developing the land. This means that there have been zero public hearings and there have been no filed permits.

 

Sahm Adrangi has revealed that the St. Joe Company has already developed a large part of the best land that it owns near the beach and that the market may be saturated in the area where its other land is located. On top of these issues, Fairholme Fund owns 22.7 million shares of St. Joe Company’s stock, and the company plans on limiting its illiquid investments, which is leading the Fairholme Fund to close to half of its holdings in the St. Joe Company. This will be happening over roughly a five month period, which can definitely have an effect on the overall value of the stock. Sahm Adrangi has also revealed that the manager of its funds, Bruce Berkowitz, sits as chairman of the board for the St. Joe Company along with a couple of other directors from Fairholme. This, obviously, can breed conflicts of interest and litigation could be forthcoming.
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Alexandre Gama: Choosing A Marketing Professional

August 24, 2017 - Author: steph

Are you looking for an experienced advertising or marketing consultant in Brazil? Need to enlist the services of a reputable business promotions firm or marketing consultant to advise and guide you in creating effective campaigns?

Getting advertising or marketing help is not something to be taken lightly. It is crucial to do your research before deciding on the right firm or professional for your needs. It is extremely important that you choose someone who is well versed in rendering marketing and advertising services to a wide variety of business.

Alexandre Gama is a top rated professional in the industry and has great expertise in business promotions. He has access to some of the best designers, planners and research experts in the advertising arena and he will work closely with you to ensure you are satisfied with his services.

As a successful entrepreneur and advertising expert, Alexandre Gama has vast experience in marketing and business promotions. He understands that efficient advertising is critical when it comes to attracting the largest audience possible. He can help you attract more customers and get them to take the action that you desire.

Every day, organizations and entrepreneurs go online searching for high quality advertising and marketing services. Getting your business noticed in the marketplace is not an easy task but with a knowledgeable team of professionals on your side you can obtain the result you desire. Contact Alexandre Gama to discuss your advertising needs and find out how he can help you.

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With Vision And Action Thor Halvorssen Inspires Greatness

March 26, 2017 - Author: steph

Beginning his formal education at the Bryanston School back in the year of 1986 where he stayed for the next seven years before leaving in 1993 to attend the University of Pennsylvania where he accomplished obtaining his BA/MA in the widespread areas of Political Science, History, Romance Languages, and also International Relations, Thor Halvorssen put all of himself into his studies before graduating in the year of 1997, just two years before taking up his first professional position working as the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education also known more commonly by it’s acronym FIRE.

Find him on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/thorhalvorssen/

Staying at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education for a grand total of four years and nine months, Thor Halvorssen left in the February of 2004 when he decided it was time for himself to take a bigger jump towards the life and career he had always aspired for himself. Becoming President of the Human Rights Foundation in April of 2005, Halvorssen became inspired and though he continues to work for the company still today, Thor Halvorssen decided to take a note from their book and quench his deep seeded need for causing positive change in the world through his act of getting further involved with other wonderful causes and businesses.

Becoming the Founder and Executive Producer of his own company known as the Moving Picture Institute in August of 2005 and then again later joining in on yet another project in January of 2009 as the Chief Executive Officer and President Oslo Freedom Forum, Thor Halvorssen has acquired an exceptional 18 years of his life offering his mind, talents, and time to a bounty of worthy causes which he firmly believes in. Initially inspired by the brave, Thor Halvorssen has become an inspiration himself.

 

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