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Shervin Pishevar: Tweets On The Bleak Economy To Come

Shervin Pishevar set about on a Twitter rampage in early 2018. Pishevar is known for his investments in Slack, Dollar Shave Club, Warby Parker, and Uber. He recently resigned from Sherpa Capital.

In one of the tweets, he went on to discuss why he believes the stock market will fall an aggregate of 6,000 points in the months ahead. His belief is the economy will take a downturn before any increases are seen. He states how the gains from 2018 have already been evaporated, and soon, the 2017 profits will be gone too.

The government bond system has lost control. In the past central banks would buy bonds. It was used as a device to correct the market. This process has become antiquated and no longer valid.

The tweet rampage continues. Tweet number three goes on to inflation. The United States has passed inflation onto the world, thinks Shervin Pishevar. His thoughts might be that the current leaders and administration are shaky on world trade deals.

Some substantial funds will weaken, and funds Pishevar named were Volatility Indices and Managed Future. His tweet feels both significant funds are set up to fall. Some entity is going to collapse.

The subject of the Silicon Valley was touched on. The Valley has lots it glimmer and is no longer the modern day Roman Empire. Basically, the Silicon Valley’s grip on innovative thinkers and new ideas has loosened. That’s not a terrible situation, but one that is a signal that the American economy could slow down. Shervin Pishevar wrote in 2008 about how the entrepreneurs in the USA that were funded by venture capital have now become the way international entrepreneurs operate.

International products are being created and structures built at breakneck speed and without hurdles. A train depot was erected in China in under ten hours. This was one of Shervin Pishevar examples.

Companies like Microsoft, Google, and Amazon are labeled unicorns by Pishevar. In his discussions, these powerful corporations gobble up new and fresh companies, but he believes that style of business will soon crumble the networks and break the system. Shervin Pishevar tweets represent how he may think a watchdog needs to keep an eye on the unicorns instead of letting them roam free.

https://b612foundation.org/members/shervin-pishevar/

Sahm Adrangi The Investment Consultant.

Sahm Adrangi is a successful presenter located in New York as the Chief Executive officer of Kerrisdale Capital which he launched in 2009. Mr. Sahm received his bachelor’s degree in Arts and specified in Economics at Yale University. Before Sahm Adrangi formed the current company he worked with Longacre Fund as their investment analyst managing over 2 billion dollars debts.

His main role in the company carried out research and investment analysis for equity and debit credit funds helping the company make billions of money. Earlier on, Sahm worked as a consultant ta Chanin Capital in bankruptcy restructuring company. Previously he worked with Deutsche Bank finance group where he offered advice and directions on debt refinancing.

Through Kerrisdale, Company Sahm Adrangi works to correct misconceptions concerning over-hyped shorts about stocks in the market. It’s a company that invests in long-term value investments. He has been an activist in investments and has been invited to different conferences as a guest speaker. With his help fraud companies like Chinese Marine Food Company have been exposed and therefore he is one of the trusted people in the field.

Currently, he has written an article addressing St. Joe Company a real estate company worth billions that were intending to transform desolate land to make them attractive. This is because the company’s idea of making profits is based on assumptions other than facts. According to him, people who have invested with this company will have to wait longer to get any benefit from their investment. This is because there are minimal activities going on as far as land permits and building departments are concerned. Their value is therefore still the same.

He explains that Fairholmes Funds who holds above two-thirds of St. Jude’s shares are struggling financially with unpaid debts something that may force St. Jude’s to sell their property at a loss forced by their client. It may be hard to get profits for the stocks due to the possible risk caused by Fair Holmes impending downfall.

Sahm Adrangi will be holding a conference to discuss St. Jude’s report on 24th April 10.30. Due to his affiliation with St. Jude, Sahm is likely to benefit if the price of the stocks falls.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sahm-adrangi