After a brief hiatus from social media amid swirling rumors at his company, Sherpa Capital, Shervin Pishevar emerged from the shadows to discuss the future of the United States in terms of its economy, as well as globalism, and the increasing powers of competitive regions around the world. Shervin Pishevar’s return to Twitter was not the average rant, but more so, an exercise of endurance.
Over the course of twenty-one hours, Shervin Pishevar posted 50 numbered tweets, taking only a small break in order to eat dinner. One of the more important issues that Shervin Pishevar discussed during his tweetstorm, had to do with the current state, as well as the future of the stock market, which despite increasing volatility, and consistent losses, has maintained a great amount of support from prominent backers around the country, including the President of the United States.
With rumors of market reversal permeating the investment world, Shervin Pishevar decided to dish his thoughts, which, if he is correct, as he has consistently been, might spell turmoil for the stock market. In the “upcoming months,” Shervin Pishevar expects that the stock market will suffer tremendous aggregate losses, totaling in at over 6000 points. Shortly after this prediction, the Dow Jones did proceed to suffer losses, equaling 1000 points. Mr. Pishevar immediately addressed President Donald Trump, admonishing his staunch public support of the stock market, and creating the hashtag, “TrumpDump,” which quickly caught on throughout the Twitter universe.
During the tweetstorm, Mr. Pishevar also took the time to touch on the current role of the five current American unicorn companies, which include, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Alphabet (Google), and Facebook. While they continue to provide massive employment opportunities for people throughout the United States, their size, power, increasing rate of acquisition throughout the sectors, has essentially put a halt to the growth potential of budding innovative startup companies. The effects of their growth have negatively impacted the production of Silicon Valley, as it is no longer the clear region of dominance that it once was.