Angel Investor Shervin Pishevar Tweets Like Trump But Pishevar Tweets Make Sense To Investors

Donald Trump will go down in history as the first American president to tweet. Trump tweets shake the pillars of American Democracy. The world is reading all of his tweets while they shake their heads, and laugh at the same time. Angel investor Shervin Pishevar decided to follow in Trump’s footsteps last March when he put on a 21-hour tweet show. But Shervin Pishevar’s tweets didn’t get the same reaction that Trump’s tweets get around the world.

The investors who follow Pishevar know he has a lot of credibility in the investment world. His credibility is the reason some investors immediately started to move money out of the stock market and put it in the precious metal market. Shervin thinks the stock market will turn into a bear market in the coming months. He thinks all stock values have too much air in them. In other words, get ready for a 6,000-point market crash if you believe one of Shervin Pishevar’s tweets.

It’s hard to see a 6,000-point adjustment coming when the stock market is at an all-time high. But Shervin Pishevar sees it, and he’s not reading tea leaves in order to see it. Trump economic plan will create the perfect storm Shervin tweets about, according to the investors who follow Pishevar. Interest rates are going up for the third time this year, and the bond market is shaky at best. Consumer spending will drop as prices jump from the tariffs Trump imposed on America’s trading partners. The impact of the tariffs won’t hit American consumers until 2019. Shervin Pishevar’s tweet about an economic downturn is on point with what’s up now, according to investors who believe the American economy is in trouble.

Shervin Pishevar knows how to make money, and he knows how to tweet information that will help investors save money as Trump’s economic policy begins to erode the economy. Not everyone believes Pishevar tweets. Shervin’s tweets may not come true, according to some investors. But the people who do believe him are changing the way they invest.