Businesspeople typically keep their minds focused on the businesses they operate, their investment portfolios, news of current events and happenings, and other market news that is pertinent to the particular fields they’re active in or the world of business at large.
Believe it or not, keeping up with social media is a part of most businesspeople’s and investors’ jobs. Even though they’re almost certainly not paid to browse Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn, tons of important reports are broken throughout the world’s most popular social media platforms that can give businesspeople the edge they need to break ahead of their competition.
On the weekends, after work, and on vacations, businesspeople and investors are incentivized to check up on the latest news across social media, though they’re unarguably able to have fun on the aforementioned platforms, or – what they more frequently do – engage in thought-provoking discussions related to their fields of interest or the business world in general.
Shervin Pishevar took a break from all of his businesses, investments, and projects he was involved in December 2017. Two months later, Shervin Pishevar resumed his busy life in the world of business and investments by unleashing a spree of 50 tweets on his official Twitter page – @shervin.
If you’re not one of his 91.2-odd-thousand followers, you might have heard about the aforementioned tweetstorm by now, some six months down the line. If you haven’t heard or read about Shervin Pishevar’s tweetstorm, it’s time to get familiar with it.
The United States government isn’t breaking up the biggest tech companies, though it should be
You’re probably familiar with the fact that major cities across the nation have publicly begged for Amazon to build facilities in their jurisdictions in the name of attracting business. This is one example of how Amazon is far too powerful; Shervin Pishevar believes it should be broken up like Mother Bell – Bell Telephone Company – was picked apart years ago.
Cryptocurrencies are of the future
Even though Mr. Pishevar shared that he felt Bitcoin would drop to at least $5,000 in the next 10 to 20 months after February 2018, he also said that cryptocurrency would help start a revolution in terms of the changing of the proverbial baton of power over the next two to three decades.