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The economic-predictive 21-hour tweet storm by Shervin Pishevar

Shervin Pishevar is a distinguished investor, financial expert, and a futurist. He established himself as an early investor in Uber technologies. He is also the managing director at Sherpa Capital a leading venture capital firm based out of San Francisco. He is the co-founder of well-established investment firms such as Sherpa capital and Hyperloop-one. Sherpa capital is known for investing in prospective companies that eventually outperform the market forming strong economic giants. Some of the significant investments by Sherpa capital include in firms like Uber, ispy, Cue Health, Doctor on Demand, Beepi, Airbnb, Munchery, and plenty more. He is a strategic advisor at Uber technologies where he previously served as a Board Observer.

Shervin Pishevar is respected in the business world due to his exemplary success and his ability to forecast future trends. He is a name to reckon in the finance industry. In February 2018, He took his expertise to Twitter where he predicted some economic trends about the American economy. This tweet storm lasted for 21 hours. In this criticism that is highly questionable, Shervin Pishevar predicted that the US economy would be faced by a financial storm which will lead to volatility in the bond market that will negatively affect the markets. He also tweeted that the markets will experience an awful 6000 points drop in the coming months. He foresees a financial crisis in the country due to high interest rates, poorly managed credit accounts and tax giveaways as well.

Continuing with his tweets, Shervin Pishevar predicted that Bitcoin crash would continue. He, however, gave investors some hope that the crash will eventually cease and the value of this gold would rise to 2K or even higher in the next two years. His other tweet was about Silicon Valley. Shervin believes that the strategy employed by this innovative hub is outdated. Locking foreigners away from the center rob the hub precious innovative ideas. He also had a commentary about the infrastructure of the US. Shervin commented that China would soon overtake the US regarding infrastructure. In this regard, he cited poor and slow projects implementation in the US against the super-fast project implementation and completion in China.

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Shervin Pishevar Twitter Storm Stuns Many

Shervin Pishevar warned that trillions of dollars can “evaporate” in just days or weeks in the form of a rapidly declining stock market. Yes, lots of people have predictions about where the markets will go, up or down. But because it was Shervin Pishevar making these statements in a recent Tweet storm, a lot of people sat up and listened.

Shervin Pishevar is legendary for his ability to correctly flesh out and articulate future trends. His remarkably prescient abilities are what helped make him one of the most successful super angel investors in U.S. history. He was the brain trust behind such behemoths as Uber, Airbnb, Tumblr and SGN. That’s just to name a few.

In addition to knowing where to put his money, Shervin Pishevar created and built from the ground up some of the most innovative business models in recent decades. That includes WebOS, webs.com and Hyperoffice.

Shevin Pishevar also co-founded Sherpa Capital and Hyperloop One. So suffice it to say, when a guy like this launches a 21-hour Tweet-a-thon, it’s almost impossible not to hang on every utterance.

In addition to predicting rough times for the stock market, Shervin Pishevar had gloomy thoughts about the realm wherein he built his career – Silicon Valley. He opined via tweets that he thinks the days of dominance for Silicon Valley may be over. Mr. Pishevar said that competition from other high-tech corridors are arising at points all across the globe. This will challenge the long dominance of Silicon Valley as the world’s premier regime of high-tech innovation.

What else? There was plenty. Shervin Pishevar had harsh words for the giants – Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon, Facebook and Apple. These entities, he said, have effectively become monopolies. As such, they are stifling innovation and making it extremely difficult for new ideas and entrepreneurs to bring forward new business models, inventions and the “next big thing.”

It may be time, he said, for government regulators to break up these tech giants, just as the government busted up Ma Bell (AT&T) into a series of “Baby Bells” back in the 1980s. It was certainly a twitter rant for the ages.