Shervin Pishevar went on a 21-hour rant in what the media is calling “a financial storm.”
It was a tweet storm that had to do with the worlds of money, business, and finance.
Pishevar hit on everything from Silicon Valley to Bitcoin.
While most people may not have much knowledge of Silicon Valley, many people who are interested in growing their money definitely know about Bitcoin.
What did Shervin Pishevar predict to be the future of Bitcoin?
A tremendous drop in price.
He predicts that Bitcoin will drop to between $2,000 and $5,000 before seeing a steady rise again.
This is actually a fair prediction due to the fluctuating price of cryptocurrency.
The prices of cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin increase or decrease based on demand.
Still, no one knows the future of cryto, so every prediction should be taken with a grain of salt. Don’t see predictions as gold.
Another topic of Pishevar’s rant: Big business
Now, we all would like to think that Shervin Pishevar has nothing against big business (he is actually a businessman, himself), but the screenshots of his tweets prove otherwise.
Shervin Pishevar has it in for big business.
Among the companies that Pishevar listed as having “too much power” are Amazon, Microsoft, and Facebook.
Yes, all of these are names with which we’re all familiar.
Did anyone ever stop to think, however, that if Pishevar is going to call out one social media platform, he should call out all of them?
Why is he talking down on Facebook but not Twitter?
Could the two be in cahoots to bring down Facebook?
It is too soon to tell. All that we know is that Pishevar has a problem with Facebook.
Billions of people have Facebook accounts and are active on them.
People use Facebook to connect with family, friends, and even clients.
Because people use Facebook for their businesses, Shervin Pishevar may literally be trying to affect the way that people earn their money.
Shervin Pishevar, your job resignation was your decision, but don’t affect other people’s income just because you stepped down from Sherpa Capital.