In response to our question, Shervin Pishevar seems to be at the middle of capitalism and globalism.
In his Twitter explosion, Shervin Pishevar seems to share his thoughts about the US economy versus that of the rest of the world at some point. He attributes the 6000-point drop in the US stock market to inflation and poor decision making, especially when it comes to trading of bonds.
Unlike the prolix business reports and articles written across the globe, Shervin Pishevar opts for Twitter, which is one of the most popular social platforms. Although his message was unclear, it managed to capture the attention of many. This is because he sheds light on big companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet arguing that their monopoly structure is bound to fail in the end. He argues that although such monopolies manage to buy out start-ups, there are certainly some that will come up and conquer them.
In his words, regardless of the failure the US economy is going to face, there is some hope. He gives an example of SpaceX and ironically, Virgin Hyperloop, which he cofounded.
As an entrepreneur, Pishevar claims that success is influenced by your knowledge in digital currency. You need to find more innovative and extraordinary capital as a small business for upward growth. How you conduct your fundraising method and the positive changes you invest in them will affect greatly, your contribution into the economy.
Apart from the spread of inflation that he claims to be exported and a crash that is likely to be experienced in the stock market, Shervin Pishevar also identifies underemployment and poor administrative policies as the issues affecting the US economy negatively. He claims that the static economy forces have led to issues of underemployment.
Although his 50 Tweets seem to reflect on the negativity of the current US economy, Shervin Pishevar also talks about an equal chance of a more democratic economy coming to existence. To potential investors, the Tweets may mean a lot, especially because Shervin Pishevar predicted the possibility of Facebook having an identity crisis in 2008, an occurrence that has now cost the company billions of dollars.