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Shervin Pishevar Looks to Continue Track Record of Accurate Predictions

Shervin Pishevar is known for making bold statements regarding the future of upcoming companies, as well as existing entities, and throughout the course of his stellar career, he has been mostly correct. He was an early investor in companies such as Dollar Shave Club, Warby Parker, and Slack, which since that point, have all flourished in their respective industries. For this reason, the business world tends to listen when gives his opinion.

After a two-month hiatus, Shervin Pishevar returned to the social media network, Twitter, to deliver his views regarding a number of prominent business entities, making a variety of controversial statements that, regardless of the particular stance, should be considered by serious investors. In what amounted to over 50 individual tweets, Mr. Pishevar discussed the current state of the United States’ economy and infrastructure, as well as the eventual fall of tech behemoths, Amazon and Google.

One of his most controversial statements in the tweetstorm discussed the steep decline of the stock market, which President Donald Trump has been championing consistently over the last few years. In the upcoming months, Shervin Pishevar believes that the stock market will drop 6000 points, which would be absolutely devastating to the United States economy. A day after he released his opinions via Twitter, the Dow Jones lost 500 points in just 30 minutes due to a huge sell-off, sparking panic throughout the investment world. Shervin Pishevar’s prediction, which seems to be heading toward fruition, moved him to create the hashtag, TrumpDump, as it strongly counters the US President’s recent pronouncements.

Bitcoin, which has been the subject of much debate over the last year, has seen a number of ups and downs, causing it to become one of the most polarizing topics in recent history. The price of Bitcoin recently rose to nearly 20k, before a steep drop off that saw it settle at around 8k, and according to Shervin Pishevar, this trend is likely to continue for some time, but will eventually reverse, albeit in much steadier fashion. In his estimation, this resurgence is likely to happen over the next 24 months, and if history is an accurate predictor, Shervin Pishevar is, very possibly, correct.

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Jeff Yastine Is Pointing To A Trio Of Companies That Can Compete With Amazon

Jeff Yastine has recently been pointing to three stock opportunities that have the ability to compete with Amazon through their own abilities or through purchases made by larger companies that see their potential. The first of these companies is Kroger Co., which he expects to give Amazon a run for their money in the grocery retail market. While Amazon recently purchased Whole Foods, it has been a bit negligent with the purchase and has allowed the food quality at the grocery store to decline. High prices from Whole Foods continue to make it difficult for the chain to compete with offline grocery outlets while, at the same time, Kroger is adding automated checkouts to its grocery stores. These will help the company to keep its costs down while also being able to offer more and more organic food choices. More info about Jeff Yastine at tumblr.com

Jeff Yastine also has been recommending eBay as a good stock for investors to purchase and points out that the auction website has plenty to offer compared to Amazon. The company is still one of the top ranking online retailers and also offers fulfillment services from a spread of warehouses. He has talked about how much more of a competitor eBay would be if a larger internet company purchased it but also commented on how it is already very competitive in many different areas.

Jeff Yastine also recommends stock for W.W. Grainger, which offers products to industrial and commercial buyers. He expressed that it is still a great buy even though its stock fell due to speculation that it won’t be able to compete with Amazon. The reason for this, according to Jeff Yastine, is that the company would be a great buy for any retailer who is looking to compete with Amazon due to its excellent infrastructure.

Jeff Yastine joined up with Banyan Hill Publishing as its Editorial Director in 2015 and contributes to the Total Wealth Insider as its Editor. He has worked as a financial journalist and investor in the stock market for over 20 years and also contributes to the Winning Investor Daily as well as the Sovereign Investor Daily, which are two publications put out by Banyan Hill Publishing. Yastine’s main focus is helping investors to gain a better understanding of economics, business, investing, and other ways of making a profit. Jeff Yastine was an Emmy-nominated correspondent and anchor at PBS Nightly Business Report for over a decade and a half, and he learned a lot while interviewing the likes of Warren Buffet, Michael Dell, and Richard Branson.

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