Startup Specialist Shervin Pishevar’s Latest Tweets Show The Thoughts of A Man On A Mission
The U.S. economy isn’t as strong as Donald Trump thinks it is. U.S. gross domestic product growth should be closer to six percent, according to the unemployment figures and all the hype that the Trump administration is putting out there. But the 2.9 percent growth announcement made a lot of people think Trump’s agenda is working, even though most Americans don’t know what his agenda is. A lot of people understand Trump’s agenda, and they think the country is heading in the wrong direction. One of those people is Shervin Pishevar, the hedge fund, startup genius. Shervin Pishevar is a rock star in the startup industry. He was one of Uber’s first investors, and he is currently overseeing the Hyperloop One startup with Elon Musk.
— Shervin Pishevar (@shervin) May 25, 2018
Pishevar went dark after he resigned his position with Sherpa Capital in December 2017. Some investors thought all the news coverage would send Pishevar to the land of broken hedge fund dreams, but the opposite happened. Shervin decided to let the world know he is alive, and he doesn’t like where Trump is taking the country. So Shervin Pishevar went on a 21-hour, 50 tweet excursion that made a lot of people wonder if he is totally lucid. But the other folks who follow Pishevar on Twitter knew he was back, and full of that old-style Shervin confidence.
The Shervin Pishevar tweetstorm was a wake-up call for some investors. Pishevar thinks the stock market could take a 6,000-point hit in 2018. And the bond market isn’t going to be the safe-haven investors are looking for when the market does crash again. Another Shervin Pishevar tweet let the country know that Silicon Valley is losing the startup race even though it is Startup paradise to some investors. His tweet about the U.S. going into a recession mode wasn’t new news for investors who know economists are predicting a major U.S. and global recession sooner than later. Shervin Pishevar threw Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, and Alphabet under the tweeting bus by claiming they are too big in another tweet. After that tweet, most of his followers knew Mr. Pishevar was back in rare form, and he may be ready to make some radical investment moves.