There are a lot of fans of President Donald Trump in the United States, and there are plenty of people who do not like him very much as well. Both can stand to gain something from what Shervin Pishevar has to say about the man on Twitter.
Shervin Pishevar is certainly not a big fan of this particular President, but perhaps not for the reasons that you may be thinking. He is not a fan because he believes that many of the economic policies that the President has put forward and advocated for are wrongheaded and doing damage to the economy as a whole.
It is not out of character for Shervin Pishevar to take his beliefs to the public and get their input as well. He did so in a way by putting out his thoughts via a tweet storm. This is the process by which a person releases a lot of thoughts about a single topic or related topics in a series of tweets that their readers can enjoy. Shervin Pishevar is an expert at doing exactly this.
What Shervin Pishevar had to say right out of the gate was that he believes that the stock market is overvalued. He encouraged anyone reading his tweets to get themselves out of stocks. It was also his assertion that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are also overvalued. He thinks that there is some value in cryptocurrencies, but he has been skeptical that they are worth anything close to the prices that have been given to them in the marketplace.
— Shervin Pishevar (@shervin) January 7, 2019
There were some big thoughts contained within the tweetstorm about the macro-economic system in the United States and how much of America’s innovative spirit has been shipped overseas. Shervin Pishevar sees a world teeming with opportunities, but he believes that many of those opportunities are going to come from outside the United States in the future. He has been disappointed that many big technology companies in the United States have been making it harder for startups to get a foothold in the marketplace. Thus, if you believe in what Pishevar has to say then you are probably at least somewhat fearful of the economic future in the United States.