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The Twitter Pot Is Stirred With Shervin Pishevar


It is not necessarily that difficult to stir the pot on Twitter. Anyone can attempt to do so rather easily. However, there are few that pull this off with a large enough audience for it to matter. That is not the case with Shervin Pishevar. He has plenty large enough of an audience.

There are a lot of good reasons to follow Shervin Pishevar. For example, he was an early investor in Uber and AirBnb. Who wouldn’t want to check out the thoughts of a person who had the foresight to see that those companies were going to make it big? That is something that you can rely on and take to the bank when it comes to where you should search for and receive your own investing advice.

Shervin Pishevar recently went on what would turn out to be a twenty-one hour long Twitter rant that consisted of fifty tweets. These tweets covered a wide range of topics, and each one contained an interesting insight or two relating to the world around us. It might have been Shervin Pishevar speaking freely for a moment, but the thoughts were particularly well constructed for a platform like Twitter.

A few of the highlights that were included in the tweet storm had to do with China, Bitcoin, and the stock market. Pishevar laid out his case for why it was likely in his mind that China would soon overtake the United States in a number of areas to include technology, construction, and perhaps even job growth.

There was also the little matter of Pishevar laying out why he believes that the stock market will fall an incredible six-thousand points in the near future. He says that seems likely to him, and he also does not think that Bitcoin is going to be the answer for investors. He sees Bitcoin falling all the way down to the $2,000-$5,000 range.

If these were the thoughts of someone who was just a random individual on Twitter, they might easily be ignored. When they are the thoughts of Shervin Pishevar, that becomes a lot harder to do.

 

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