The economy has boomed in the last 10 years. The great recession brought millions of investors down to earth, but most people have forgotten about it. The market has more than doubled and has grown even more since the 2016 election. This may seem like brilliant news, but many investors are waiting on the imminent collapse. Investors throughout the globe have started paying attention to every expert they can hoping to save themselves from millions in losses. One expert worth keeping an eye on is Shervin Pishevar.
Shervin Pishevar is a brilliant man. He founded Investment company several years ago and led the company to incredible success. He has since left the company, but recently he posted fifty brilliant tweets that have left investors reeling.
Twitter has become an incredible tool for investors to share their thoughts. Pishevar wanted to warn people of a coming “financial storm“. During his tweet storm, he projected a 6,000 point drop in the stock market in the coming months. This alone should prepare investors for the worst, but the market sector he sees as weakest is especially foreboding.
Shervin Pishevar sees every part of the market taking a hit, but he feels the bond market will be weakened the most by this. Bonds have often been used to fuel growth in a recession, but he believes bonds will crash. This will weaken major currencies throughout the globe causing unemployment and inflation. Additionally, this will cause people to flee to stores of value. Gold will rise in response to inflation, and while Bitcoin should drop in the short term in the long term it will rise as well. People will be looking for any way to successfully store their money.
In addition to a stock market drop, Shervin Pishevar foresees major changes to Silicon Valley. The tech sector is beginning to decentralize and countries around the globe should compete for these innovators. San Fransisco and the United States, in general, could be in trouble if they aren’t ready to compete.
People should be ready for a major shift in the market. Smart people should pay attention to Shervin Pishevar’s words.