Shervin Pishevar has experienced a wide array of successes in the entrepreneurial world since graduating from the University of California, Berkeley. During his college years, Shervin Pishevar’s career was headed in a different direction, as he would eventually garner a degree in molecular cellular biology.
After switching careers, he would develop a reputation for outspokenness and on-target predictions regarding bonafide startup companies. Today his portfolio consists of companies such as Airbnb, Uber, Warby Parker, Rapportive, and Dollar Shave Club, all of which he was an active participant with during their initial phases. In the last few months, Shervin Pishevar, who often utilizes social media to communicate his ideas, has been absent from the public arena, but, in a startling and unexpected return, he went on a 24-hour rampage, detailing his views on a variety of important economic topics, a few of might have dire implications.
“In an age when a startup like Brandless can gain serious traction, P&G investors have got to reconsider what it means to be the world’s largest consumer-products company.” cc @brandless @TinaSharkey @idoleffler https://t.co/oz5x4hhqXm
— Shervin Pishevar (@shervin) March 30, 2018
The co-founder of Hyperloop discussed the future of the stock market, which, if he’s correct, could be in for a serious slump. In his recent posting spree, Shervin Pishevar detailed a scenario in which stock market will experience a drop of upwards of 5000 points. Despite the fact that the stock market has been very volatile in recent months, many supporters, including President Donald Trump, have remained true to their stances. Just a day after Shervin Pishevar conveyed his belief regarding a significant drop for the stock market, the Dow Jones proceeded to plummet, causing panic all over, while also adding credence to Mr. Pishevar record of correct trend prediction. Mr. Pishevar also discussed the loss of dominance regarding the traditional capital of world technology, Silicon Valley, which, in his estimation, is more of an idea today than physical location, as all of the things that once made it the tech behemoth of the world, are being implemented on a mass scale by competitive zones. These ideas were once considered to be the “American way,” but according to Mr. Pishevar, they are now the “global way,” which, in its mass adoption, has led countries such as China, to the forefront of world tech, operating with an unprecedented speed of execution.