The bold predictions of Shervin Pishevar have consistently proved to be more than talk, as he has often been a step ahead of the competition in regards to investments such as Dollar Shave Club, Warby Parker, Uber, and Airbnb.
Because of his consistent track record, people consistently provide an ear for his predictions, and in a return to Twitter, after a two-month hiatus, Shervin Pishevar came back in bold fashion, unleashing, in what is being called a tweetstorm, a slew of new assessments regarding the economy, and several tech entities that dominate the United States’ business climate. Over a 24-hour period, Shervin Pishevar predicted the eventual crumbling of tech behemoths, Amazon and Google, as well as a 6000 point dip for the US stock market, all of which should begin to come to fruition in the near future.
It only took one day for his predictions regarding the stock market to take shape, as the Dow Jones suffered a 500 point loss due to sell-offs in just a 30 minute time span. The S&P was also affected, and bonds and industrials began to look shakier than anything experienced in recent history. This happening starkly counters the views of President Donald Trump, who in recent times, has continued to champion the direction of the US stock market, particularly due to the steep ascent of a number of stocks. In a counter maneuver, Shervin Pishevar began pushing the hashtag, TrumpDump, as his own predictions seem to be considerably more accurate.
Another major point of Shervin Pishevar’s onslaught of tweets came in regards to America’s crumbling infrastructure, which is being considerably outpaced by a number of countries around the world, most notably China. To back his claim, he discussed a train station in China that was built in its entirety in just 9 hours by a team of 1500 workers – a feat that the United States would be hard-pressed to accomplish. He is also of the opinion that the competitive edge of Silicon Valley has essentially been lost, as the American way regarding entrepreneurship has transcended the borders of the United States, and world-changing companies can be created nearly anywhere in the world today.