Shervin Pishevar’s Tweet Storm Predictions Keep Gaining Momentum

When Shervin Pishevar took a break from social media after being quite active on it until December, people weren’t expecting him to make a comeback to the scene quite in the way that he did in February. He made his comeback on Twitter and his 50 tweet long message to everyone is certainly catching the attention of people around the world. Pishevar was one of the earliest investors into Uber when it was just a small startup as well as being the founder of the investment firm Investment company.

When Shervin Pishevar went on his 21-hour tweet storm, he covered a variety of different topics, and none of them really bode well for the economy in the United States. He sees a financial storm coming to the stock market of the United States that will include a drop of around 6,000 points before it finally starts to even out. While many people shook off his comments as simply an angry rant, they started to consider giving them some credence after the stock market took a sharp plummet just a week or so later.

One of the interesting predictions that he has made that pertained to the economy of the United States pertaining to the future of the Silicon Valley tech hub. While Silicon Valley has been seemingly the birthplace of most major tech innovations and startups within the United States, Shervin Pishevar believes that this will soon come to an abrupt end. With technology creating new and innovative ways to communicate and share ideas, companies no longer have to limit themselves to any particular geographical location in order to succeed.

In fact, he sees the main corporations that have taken over Silicon Valley that include Apple, Amazon, and Facebook are soon going to see a major shift in power as they continue attempts to stifle any startups that potentially offer competition. Silicon Valley is no longer a location, Shervin Pishevar sees it as more of a movement that doesn’t have any borders thanks to the plethora of technological advancements available. Shervin Pishevar believes that these companies simply have too much power and that it will be impossible for them to maintain it for much longer.

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