Venture capitalists get investment information before other investors. The big money investors have an information stream in place that helps them make bold investment risks. Not all those risks pay off, but as long as they are right more than they are wrong when it comes to putting millions of dollars into questionable assets they stay ahead of the investment game.
Shervin Pishevar is one of those venture capitalists. Shervin has an investment track record that puts him in rare company. He knew Uber was a hit before anyone else knew about that startup. And he feels like his Hyperloop One project is going to be another startup that adds millions to his bank account. Shervin Pishevar is an investment specialist, but his recent tweetstorm has people questioning his investment sanity. Mr. Pishevar decided to hop on Twitter for 21-hours and tweet like a Trump intern. His more than 50 tweets were a wake-up call for investors around the globe. But some investors think Shervin Pishevar isn’t thinking or tweeting straight.
The reason some investors think Pishevar is off the rails is his stock market and bond predictions don’t make sense. Shervin Pishevar expects the stock market to drop by more than 6,000 points. And the bond market isn’t strong enough to catch investors as they try to move assets out of the market. Pishevar claims all the signs for a meltdown are blinking red. Inflation is back, the national debt is out of control, and Trump’s strange political agenda isn’t investor friendly.
It’s no secret. Interest rates are up, so finding cheap money is hard to do these days. Investors around the globe are scrambling. All the old financial havens aren’t safe anymore, according to Shervin Pishevar. But Pishevar still thinks gold is a sound investment. But he thinks the Bitcoin craze is in for a meltdown. That prediction is already in progress, according to recent Bitcoin information.
Shervin Pishevar’s tweets may not come true, but the stock market is on shaky ground and inflation is coming on strong. If his other tweets come true, there could be another 2008-type meltdown in the works. That’s not what anyone wants to hear, but Shervin has a track record of being right more than he’s wrong.