If the name Shervin Pishevar doesn’t sound familiar, you probably don’t own stock in Uber, Didi, the Dollar Shave Club or Hyperloop One. Shervin Pishevar is an investment guru who has an uncanny knack for being in the right place at the right time when it comes to finding startups to fund. The company he co-founded, Investment company, has more than $600 million in assets under management, but Shervin parted ways with Investment company in December 2017. Most investors thought Shervin would keep a low profile after his exit from Investment company, but Pishevar isn’t the type of guy who can keep a low profile in the investment world.

The people who know Shervin Pishevar know he likes to help people invest, and his recent 50 successive tweet tirade proved that point. Mr. Pishevar had a lot to say about the bond market, globalization, cryptocurrencies, and other financial and economic topics. Shervin’s tweets are one man’s opinion, but Pishevar’s opinions carry a lot of weight in the financial sector of the economy, according to several news agencies. Shervin Pishevar is one of the people who shaped the startup revolution in Silicon Valley. But in one of his tweets, he claims Silicon Valley will lose its position as the startup capital of the world. He also let Bitcoin investors know the value of that cryptocurrency may sink to $2,000 a Bitcoin soon. And he didn’t let the chance to tell the world that the stock market is heading toward a 6,000-point adjustment soon.

Shervin Pishevar surprised some investors when he tweeted every asset class is overvalued right now. Pishevar believes inflation is rearing its ugly head, and unemployment numbers are on the way up. And giants like Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, and Facebook are making it hard for new startups to prosper.

Shervin Pishevar has a lot to say about the economic future, and people listen to him. Not all his tweets will become a reality, but investors know Pishevar has a handle on what’s happening in the world. And he’s not afraid to let people know he’s concerned about future investments.