Shervin Pishevar is an investor. He has invested wisely in companies such as Uber, Dollar Shave Club, and Slack. Pishevar is also on the Fullbright committee and an immigrant.
Shervin Pishevar was silent for quite some time until he tweeted out a lineage of what his predictions for the financial market will be in the months coming ahead.
Pishevar states that he believes the stock market will crash another aggregate 6000 points. The market has already lost all of the gains it has made in 2018, and Pishevar fears that all of 2017 profits will be gone soon also. Reasons for the market decline is the new tax structures, which he tweets as a “giveaway.” Other areas that are causing the problems, the ever-increasing interest rates coupled with losing credit accounts.
Another tweet by Shervin Pishevar tells a tale of how the bond system is losing its once mighty power. It uses to be the central bank would buy bonds, and that purchase was a method of resetting the markets. The system has become antiquated and will no longer function in today’s economy. It has lost its effectiveness.
Shervin Pishevar also tweeted about inflation and the global economy. He tweeted about the US economy has “exported” inflation to the international financial systems. This trend has been on the rise for several decades. The current political climate makes shaky international trading and trading uncertain.
Pishevar mentioned substantial funds, specifically Volatility Indices and Managed Future Funds. Pishevar stated both funds were in jeopardy of failing. These are considerable funds, and he believes we should prepare to see some drastic and possibly fatal changes in them.
He spoke of the Silicon Valley heyday and how it is losing ground. At one time the Silicon Valley had a lock on young professionals and modern ideas, but that is no longer the case. It can not be relied on as the exclusive club it once was.
Shervin Pishevar tweets and writes with sincerity about the global and US market expansion, and how America may no longer have the control it once had.