The name of an executive who disappeared from the media back in December has made an explosive comeback on social media, erupting on Twitter with doom-and-gloom logorrhea that lasted 21 hours. Shervin Pishevar, a venture capitalist who formerly created and headed Sherpa Capital, decided for whatever reason that the time was ripe to break the ice and bring his thoughts on the future of the US economy to the table. He made many small points, but the media’s attention is on the five or six larger ones that he addressed — more on that in a moment.
For those who don’t know, Shervin Pishevar took a seat in the limelight back in December when a great deal of controversy was kicked up over accusations that the man had expressed sexual misconduct. Eventually, the drama built to such a volume that it interrupted the functions of Sherpa Capital, and in defense of his company, Shervin Pishevar cut himself free of it in a resignation letter where he stated that he didn’t want to drag his “Sherpa family“ into the mess. On that note, he vanished for quite some time, but nobody really knows what caused him to come back all of a sudden.
People speculate that his 21-hour tweet tempest had something to do with either bitterness toward the situation that pushed him into resignation, or more likely, the all-too-recent lawsuit that he slapped a company with concerning a smear campaign against him. Whatever the case may be, Shervin Pishevar‘s predictions are more than a little haunting and worth exploring. Here’s the skinny:
- Elon Musk’s SpaceX program alongside the Virgin Hyperloop One will be met with crazy amounts of public opposition but will ultimately succeed.
- Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Microsoft will continue shutting out smaller companies, stifling innovation in the coming years.
- The US is going to lose the infrastructure battle against China and many other countries.
- The Bitcoin crash isn’t finished yet and will continue until another $2,000-5,000 has dropped before rising once more.
- The stock market is about to see a loss of 6,000 points.
- The bond market is on the volatile side of the fence and will shake other markets as a result.