It’s a pretty common thing for success businesspersons to share their thoughts to the economic future of the U.S. and the world in general. Shervin Pishevar, the founder of Sherpa Capital, Uber investor and venture capitalist has joined these ranks too. Pishevar who is an outspoken businessman chose twitter as the platform to share his predictions. Contrary to his predecessors, this Sherpa Capital founder set himself apart from the by having quite chilling predictions on the future of the country and its economic state. He also spared a few tweets out of the over 50 he shared in speaking about his misfortunes in the business world.
According to Shervin Pishevar, his downfall was orchestrated by his bitter business rivals. He tweeted that what started as a simple business rivalry was taken so bitterly by his competitors to the extent that they went out of their way to bring him down. He clearly stated that he has nothing against what they did, but they should not have involved his family in all the drama. He called out Definers Public Affairs, and some executives at Silicon Valley for being behind hid misfortunes.
As he put out more tweets, he said that Silicon Valley is about to fall. The outstanding tech innovations bubble in California has busted already according to Shervin Pishevar. He said that the already established monopolies like Facebook, Amazon. Apple, Microsoft, and Alphabet will remain the valley most significant achievement for a while before their eventual fall.
A troubled future for bitcoins and bonds
For a while now, bitcoin prices have been falling pretty significantly. Shervin Pishevar believes that the prices will keep falling and settle at around $4,000 and $5,000 per bitcoin for at least 24 months. After this period, Shervin believes that the crypto-sector will start to gain again though much slower. Besides bitcoins, he believes that bonds are also bound to crumble in the next few months. According to his tweets, the crumble will take off about 6,000 points from stocks in the market. The Sherpa Capital founder said that the country should start preparing for another economic crash coming in the next few months.