After graduating from the University of California, where he majored in molecular cellular biology, Shervin Pishevar embarked on an entrepreneurial journey which has earned him a number of accolades and awards. Today, he is the co-founder of Sherpa Capital, as well as Virgin Hyperloop One, and has a number of formidable companies as a part of his portfolio, including Dollar Shave Club, Tumblr, Warby Parker, Rap Genius, and Uber. Because of his expertise regarding investing and entrepreneurship, Shervin Pishevar often takes to social media to share his perspective regarding upcoming events, generally to a very substantial audience. He recently took to his Twitter account in order to discuss a number of issues pertaining to globalism, entrepreneurship, and the future of our monetary systems.
The stock market has garnered support from a myriad of prominent figures in the wake of its success throughout 2017, but as the new year has gotten underway, many of those gains have been reversed, and if Shervin Pishevar is correct, more are sure to follow. Inflation, credit account deficits, corporate tax cuts, and rising interest rates have all signaled talk of a market reversal, but despite this, and to the chagrin of many of his detractors, President of the United States, Donald Trump, has continued to campaign for the stock market. During the tweetstorm, which lasted for 24 hours, in which 50 tweets were posted, Mr. Pishevar disclosed his belief that the stock market will fall by thousands of points in the very near future. Immediately following his projections for the stock market, it proceeded to lose 1000 points, inciting panic throughout all of the markets.
Shervin Pishevar also discussed the condition of the infrastructure of the United States, citing its decrepit state, which has gone unaddressed for a number of years due to a government that is stuck in short-term thinking. While the United States has, for many years, been the epitome of modern innovation, the American infrastructure, when compared to direct competitors such as China, is sorely lacking. These zones of competition continue to excel in areas that the United States has failed to address, putting the country squarely behind the eightball.