Shervin Pishevar: What Was The Twitter Rant Really About?May 13, 2019 - Author: steph
You may have to ask yourself whom Shervin Pishevar was picking on during his 21-hour Twitter festival. Many watchful eyes of his tweets may guess he was picking on the big boys such as Google, Apple, and Microsoft, or other armchair followers may conclude Shervin Pishevar was just venting about the United States in general and its financial woes.
Shervin Pishevar was quite quiet on the Twitter scene for some time until he had a reaction that lasted almost a full day. For some casual observers, it was hard to say what the tweets were focusing on, but they seem to be spread out across the giants of the financial world and the condition of the US. Conditions such as the bond market and the stock market were mention.
Shervin Pishevar is no stranger to the investment world, but rather he is savvy. He has made several booming decisions in companies that have skyrocketed. So are his tweets to be taken seriously?
The decision is up to you. Some of the comments took aim at large business companies that consume the space in the technical world in California. A tweet implied that the US no longer has the grasp that they used to. California used to be the head for all technically advanced people, but today these individuals have options to move to. Perhaps London, parts of the Middle East, and other countries. The playground for these engineers has grown from a little valley to a big world.
Shervin Pishevar did not play down how the large firms, such as Job’s Apple and Zuckerberg’s Facebook, had no financial problems buying out startup companies. This technique in buying up smaller products and ideas before they become competition is actually going to bring down their stability. This is what one tweet kind of hinted at in Shervin Pishevar’s feed.
The take on Pishevar’s comments can be just thought of as a typical daily rant about the unstable economy of the United States, or one maybe able to read into them that there are much bigger problems and issues on the horizon that deem a closer look.