The technology investor, Shervin Pishevar has been one of the leading figures in Silicon Valley for a number of years and has been recognized by the Administration of President Obama. A recent frenzy of Tweets from the personal account of the investment specialist has seen him give a gloomy outlook for Silicon Valley and the stock market, in general. Pishevar took aim at the complacency of Silicon Valley, which he believes will soon be nothing more than a monolith to the giants of the global tech industry.
Those who are not aware of the work of Shervon Pishevar may be wondering why his flurry of Tweets over a 24-hour period had such a lasting effect on the markets. Shervin Pishevar is one of the leading figures in the technology sector through his impressive Sherpa Capital group which was an early investor in Uber and Airbnb.
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As the co-creator and Chair of the Hyperloop One rail service which is planned to provide high-speed rail; services to the mainland U.S. Musk understands the need for creatives within the technology industry. Shervin Pishevar was quick to focus on the arrival of the major five global technology companies in the U.S. which are focused on maintaining their brand and position rather than developing new technologies.
Shervin Pishevar stated on his Twitter storm his belief that Silicon Valley would soon be challenged by other areas of the world. Technology corridors are being opened up throughout the U.S. and in other areas of the world to challenge the power of Silicon Valley. Not only does Pishevar believe the issue of the major technology companies damaging the growth of Silicon Valley is a huge one, but he also stated his belief in the power of Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Alphabet, and Microsoft amounting to a monopoly. Breaking up the top five technology companies in the world has become a campaign slogan for many Democrats in recent months and their stance appears to be backed by Shervin Pishevar.