Shervin Pishevar is an expert in technology incubation. Pishevar was one of the first investors to shell out $26 million to get Uber off the ground. That initial investment is worth billions now. Shervin is also the co-founder of Investment company, but he left the company in December 2017. Pishevar pulled himself out of the investment limelight for a few months until he started his 21-hour tweet performance. That performance was certainly Trump worthy. Pishevar didn’t attack anyone personally during his 50-tweet performance, but he did tweet about Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Alphabet, and Amazon. He said those companies have an enormous amount of power and that is dangerous. He also said the U.S. is falling behind other developed nations. China infrastructure plan will give China the impetus it needs to become the number one economy in the world, according to a Pishevar tweet.
And when investors read his tweet about the bond market being unstable, he got the attention of investors trying to find an investment vehicle that is safer than the stock market. Shervin’s tweets about the stock market dropping by 6,000 points was an eye-opener for some investors. Pishevar even threw the Bitcoin under his tweeting bus. Shervin Pishevar thinks the future value of a Bitcoin will be $2,000 to $5,000 sometime soon. And his tweet about big companies like Amazon and Apple becoming mini-sovereigns hit a nerve with some investors. Companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon are doing what nations used to do in terms of helping people.
No one is disputing Pishevar’s right to tweet. His investment followers want him to give them the information they can use to make money. Shervin hit on other topics in his recent tweetstorm. He talked about Silicon Valley losing its spot as a startup haven, and he tweeted gold is a solid investment in 2018. And in another tweet, he said the U.S. economy is heading for a recession. And he also thinks the national debt will stop foreign investors from buying treasury bonds.
The Shervin Pishevar tweetstorm was an eye-opener for some investors, and to others, it was just Shervin Pishevar tweeting in his spare time.