The social media platform Twitter has given more people a voice and way to be heard like never before. Today, millions of people use the service on a daily basis, some of which gain quite a following when they use it. One Twitter user that has frequently gone viral with his messages is Shervin Pishevar. For the past few years, Shervin Pishevar has continued to build a strong following and interested audience due to his predictions for the global economy.
One of the main reasons why Shervin Pishevar continues to have a good following is that he has been a very successful investor himself. Pishevar was one of the earliest investors in Uber and a variety of other companies that have since become some of the best and strongest in their respective industries. While Shervin Pishevar always seems to be vocal and open on Twitter, he recently had a long stretch in which he continued to be open and vocal with his predictions.
During a recent 21-hour period, Pishevar sent out dozens of Tweets that gave predictions for a wide variety of different topics affecting the global economy. One of the most impressive predictions was on his prediction for Bitcoin and other crypto currencies. After seeing these digital currencies soar in value, Pishevar accurately predicted that they would crash in 2018. He even predicted that they would fall to about 5,000 per Bitcoin before leveling off and gaining stability. At this point, he prediction appears to have been very accurate.
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Pishevar also gave a variety of longer-term predictions about the global economy. One of the more concerning thoughts was that the United States would soon fall behind emerging markets, such as China and India in a variety of ways. One way that they would fall behind is in regards to technology innovation. While the United States, especially the Silicon Valley region, used to be considered the most innovative area in the world, Pishevar sees a slowdown. One of the reasons for this is that the innovative companies, such as Apple and Google, are now mature and stable companies that could have other priorities.