Highlights from Shervin Pishevar’s 21 Hour Twitter Storm

On February 5, 2018, Shervin Pishevar started a tweet storm that spanned 21 hours. The majority of the tweets were focused on why he feels that big companies in the United States will fall, why the US stock market will continue to go down, and why an economic disaster has the potential to lead to a new kind of economy.

Shervin Pishevar is most well-known for his involvement in Sherpa Capital. In 2013, he helped found this fund in order to serve as a venture capital company and startup advisory. He even served as a strategic advisor for Uber for a couple of years. Before his 21 hour tweet rant, the last time that Shervin Pishevar used Twitter was to let people know he would be leaving Sherpa Capital.

The 50 tweets that Shervin Pishevar sent out acknowledge unstable conditions in the United States. He talked about the stock market continuing to go down. In fact, he predicts that in the coming months it will go down an aggregate 6,000 points. He talked about underemployment and described it as a systemic economic stasis. He also warned that inflation would spread. However, he did offer a glimmer of hope. He feels that when middlemen are irrelevant, everyone will be able to enjoy a global economy that is efficient and frictionless.

These are notions that Shervin Pishevar has expressed in the past. For many years, he has fought for a more transparent society. He wants a society without as many bottlenecks on innovation.

Shervin Pishevar is one of the cofounders of Virgin Hyperloop One. He feels that this company as well as SpaceX are moonshots that will do good work. However, he has some dark predictions for a few big companies in the United States, including Alphabet, Google, and Microsoft. He feels that since these big companies are built on monopoly frameworks, they will eventually fall. If they do not completely fall, he thinks that they will lose some of their influence. This is something that he feels is good for short-term economic growth, considering the fact that big companies will no longer be able to buy out small startups.

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Sahm Adrangi: The Chief Investment Officer

Sahm Adrangi is the founder and the CEO of Capital Management LLC. Kerrisdale. He launched the firm in 1999 with the main focus on event-driven special situations and long-term investment. With his dedication and hard work, he has seen the company, which started with less than 1$ to grow and amass a capital of over 150$ million.

Sahm Adrangi has focused mainly on researching and selling ideas to the general public. Through social media and third-party investment related sites, Sahm Adrangi has been able to see his research ideas reach as many people as possible. He has his firms view on stocks and also done research to remedy the misconceptions in the stock market such as overhyped shots and undervalued longs.

Sahm’s name became known all over the States between 2010 and 2011 when he exposed fraud in some Chinese companies operating in the US. Those companies include Chinese Marine Food Group, China-Biotics, and ChinaCast Education Corp. He achieved this through deep audited research then prompted SEC to take action against those firms.

Under his leadership in Kerrisdale Adrangi, the firm has shifted its research from general industries to specific sectors of his expertise such as mining, telecommunication, and biotechnology. In the biotechnology sector, Kerrisdale has done and published research on the development stage of many companies including Bavarian Nordic, Zafgen, Unilife, Pulse Biosciences and Sage Therapeutics. In the mining sector, Sahm Adrangi has led his company in research, which called into question the market valuation and mining prospects of resource companies such as Northern Dynasty Mineral and Majestic Silver. Sahm Adrangi has also done a lot of research on telecommunication companies such as Globalstar, Dish Network and ViaSat Inc. where he has shared skeptical views.

Sahm Adrangi had specialized in economics from the University of Yale. His professional career kicked off in Deutsche Bank where he worked as an analyst in the banks Leveraged finance group. His success has seen him work as the analyst in different companies such as Chanin Capital Partners and Longacre Fund Management LLC. He finally left to start his own company.

http://nakreport.com/2018/01/09/kerrisdale-capitals-sahm-adrangi-remains-thumbs-down-on-northern-dynasty-minerals/