In 21 hours, Shervin Pishevar told the world his many predictions on where he believes the economy in the United States is heading. The event that took place over Twitter was a 50 long chain of messages that detailed many different aspects that he believed would lead to the inevitable collapse of the economy in the US while many other areas of the world flourished. These announcements were the first that the world had heard from Shervin Pishevar since December of last year.
While he has always been a man who has had a lot to say, this Tweet storm was different and completely unexpected. Many investors and financial experts at first looked at his online rant as an act of lunacy, until they noticed patterns that were astoundingly accurate to his predictions. If the rest of Shervin Pishevar’s predictions happen to come true, the United States may be in a world of trouble.
There were many different subjects that Shervin Pishevar touched on during the 21 hours he took to Twitter. Some of these being SpaceX, bonds, bitcoin, and even issues with the country’s stance on immigration. The financial storm that he predicts will be turbulent and would lead to a long road to recovery that many investors may not be able to complete.
The Tweet storm began with Shervin Pishevar promising to explain the devastation that he sees coming to the United States that will include a 6,000 point drop in the stock market. One of the biggest factors that he sees causing a problem in the United States is issues making and global trade deal. Washington just doesn’t appear to want to make any major decisions and it is leading to a large amount of uncertainty.
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Inflation, according to Shervin Pishevar, will hit the United States hard and he believes that it is already in the process of spreading. This inflation will be coupled with a drastic rise in unemployment as well he believes. There is some hope to be seen in the Tweet storm. While he sees the economy crashing, he does believe that there is a good chance that it will rebound.