Donald Trump had the world in the palms of his sketchy hands when he took office in 2016. The U.S. economy was in good shape, and unemployment was low. Inflation was missing in action, and the stock market was on fire. Trump took credit for all those things even though those things happened on Obama’s watch, according to economists.
In 2017, Trump pushed his tax cut through in order to help the rich and big corporations. Corporate earnings went through the roof, and investors were lining their pockets with the economic smoke Trump blew up their rear ends. But in 2018, the results of Trump’s inept decision-making started to surface. Investors felt the pain when the stock market went to hell.
Most of the country saw the folly in Trump’s plan when he implemented a national emergency on the Southern border. Investors knew Trump didn’t really have a handle on economics when he shut the government down.
But Uber investor Shervin Pishevar knew Trump’s agenda would implode. Shervin knew that in 2017. That’s when Shervin Pishevar went on a 24-tweet rant that surprised a lot of his followers. Shervin’s Twitter followers know he has a sixth sense when it comes to investing. Shervin Pishevar was one of the first angel investors to see the potential in Uber. And he saw potential in Airbnb, Postmates, Dollar Shave Club, and Warby Parker. Shervin was a force in the investment world. But he went underground in 2016 to lick some of his personal wounds.
In March 2017, Shervin was back on Twitter, and he let it all hang out. He warned his followers about the potential damage Trump’s policies would create. But few listened when Pishevar said the stock market had too much hype in it. And some laughed when he said Silicon Valley would lose its startup crown. Tweet after Shervin Pishevar tweet warned investors that 2018 and beyond would be challenging years for investors thanks to Trump’s economic incompetence. Now that his tweet predictions are facts, investors want to hear more from Shervin. And Pishevar is ready to give them what they want.