Shervin Pishevar has never been meek about sharing his personal opinion regarding future market trends or stock options, often taking to social media to do so. It is his impressive track record, learning of and investing in a litany of upstarts that would prove to be globally impactful, including Dollar Shave Club, Tumblr, Uber, Warby Parker, and Airbnb, that would make his personal predictions so valued and respected amongst his contemporaries. Recently, Shervin Pishevar made his return to social media, taking to Twitter to express his viewpoints regarding a myriad of economic topics that are, or will soon, begin affecting the United States on a global scale.
Bitcoin, which has experienced a number of highs and lows in recent months, was one of the most talked about investments over the last six months, and at this point, many people are still divided on its relevancy. Since the latter half of 2017, Bitcoin has seen its value rise to nearly 20k, but that quickly changed, and the price dipped below 8k. Shervin Pishevar touched on the cryptocurrency during his 50-tweet tirade, revealing that, despite initial losses, which may continue for a period of time, it will eventually begin to stabilize and see new gains.
During his tweet rampage, Shervin Pishevar also discussed the rapidly changing climate of Silicon Valley, which, over the last few decades, has been the dominant venue for innovation around the world. According to him, Silicon Valley, in its essence, has transformed from a physical entity to an idea that has rapidly exited the United States and is now available in countries around the world. He described this as “the American way” becoming “the global way” in being America is no longer a necessity regarding physical location. Innovation around the world has quickly caught up to that of the United States, and in some cases, surpassed it. China, which has long been a direct competitor, is now one of the world leaders in regards to innovation, and Shervin Pishevar backed this claim by detailing a recent instance, when, with the help of 1500 workers, they completed an entire train station in under 10 hours.