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Shervin Pishevar Anticipates a 6,000 Point Decline in the Stock Market

In early February 2018, Shervin Pishevar opened the floodgates on his ideas about why the US economy was headed downward. This was all after a significant drop in the stock market. Shervin Pishevar sent out 50 tweets in 21 hours pointing out reasons he felt the US economy was spiraling out of control and would see another drop in the stock market by at least 6,000 points in the coming months. The vast majority of his tweets were dark.

One of the most ominous forecasts was in regard to the big five unicorns. This includes Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft. He anticipates a possible downfall of these big companies. He refers to them as being giants that are built on a monopoly framework. He says they will fall, as they should. Shervin Pishevar seems to feel that most have a blind eye as far as the power of these giant companies is concerned. However, he believes that their influence is not good for the US economy, especially considering the fact that they can buy out small start-up competitors. He feels that this will ultimately cause the entire system to fail.

When the stock market takes a dramatic dive, the government often uses a tool called quantitative easing to re-correct the market. Shervin Pishevar acknowledges that this tool has been used successfully in the past to correct the market. However, he warned that people should not be fooled when the government pulls this tool out again. He says that it has been used too many times to continue to be effective.

Shervin Pishevar has a globalist perspective and seems to feel that there is some hope. Toward the end of his tweet storm, he mentioned that when the middlemen are irrelevant, people will be able to have a global economy that is more efficient and frictionless. He has spent several years fighting for a more transparent society.

Throughout the 50 points mentioned on Twitter, Shervin Pishevar touches on challenges that are specific to politics and nationalism. He even mentioned some cultural trends. Besides the 6,000 point decline that he anticipates for the stock market, it appears that his concerns are broader than that.