What Shervin Pishevar thinks of the US economy

Many people have seen Pishevar’s 21 Twitter storm as a pessimistic view of the US economy. This could be because he focused majorly on the economic crisis that he predicts could befall the US in the near future. Shervin Pishevar predicts the crumbling of the stock market and the collapse of major companies like Apple, Google, Alphabet, and Amazon. Although he made these negative projections, he was also optimistic about the potential of the impending economic disaster turning around the American economy.

Shervin Pishevar seemed to be inclined to a globalist perspective on economic development and highlights hopes that America could be counting on. In his tweets, he seemed to suggest that the crumbling of the American economy could be an opportunity for a shift in its structure. Over the years, Pishevar has proven to prefer a more egalitarian economy. In the 21-hour tweet storm, he seemed to suggest that the economic crisis could open an opportunity for the restructuring of the American economy.

In his analysis of the economy, he seemed to be pushing for what he has always believed in. He is a known advocate of a more inclusive, open, and transparent American and global economy that does not have bottlenecks that limit innovation within some economies.

A good analysis of Pishevar’s tweets points to a man who is concerned with more than his predicted 6000-point decrease in the economy. His tweets touched on societal challenges that manifest themselves within our politics, culture, and nationalism. This clearly shows that Shervin Pishevar is not just an investor but also a man who is concerned about a wide range of aspects that affect our economy.

After his 21-hour rant on Twitter, many people expressed their concern about the state of our economy. This was attributable to the fact that he was able to give predictions that eventually happened in the past. For instance, Shervin Pishevar correctly predicted Facebook’s identity crisis in 2008. His concerns now seem to reflect the concerns that he had 10 years ago. He wrote in his 2008 article, ‘While our financial systems lie teetering on near destruction, we realize we must build from the ground up a new system.’ This statement is arguably a summary of his main message in the 21-hour rant on Twitter.