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Shervin Pishevar Wonders How the United States Will Compete

Shervin Pishevar, who has long been recognized for his insightful views regarding all things associated with bonafide startups, many of which he’s personally handpicked, has never shied away from projecting his thoughts regarding the changing economic times, on a world stage. The established venture capitalist, who’s been directly responsible for entities such as Investment company, Virgin Hyperloop One, as well as being an early investor in Dollar Shave Club, Uber, and Rapportive, often utilizes Twitter to touch base with his audience, as well as to express his views. Recently, Shervin Pishevar did just that, as he came back to the social media network, after a noticeable absence, unleashing a wide array of messages concerning the future of the United States, as well as its place in world society. Traditionally, the United States has reign supreme in regards to technological dominance, as well as financial infrastructure, but there are a variety of upcoming issues that Shervin Pishevar believes will essentially shift the balance of power.

In the last decade or so, many countries around the world have become more Americanized, adopting principles that have been utilized to great success in capitalist America, and this change in philosophy, while elevating the countries of operation, has had a major effect on the United States. Countries around the world, most notably, China, have caught up with the United States in significant areas, particularly concerning their blinding speed of execution. To further back this claim, Shervin Pishevar discussed a train station that was recently completed from the ground, up, in China, taking only a number of hours to do so. This pace is considerably faster than anything currently possible on a commercial level in the United States, further widening the gap between both countries. According to Mr. Pishevar, the United States has essentially lost its position as the most singularly dominant world power, and with a projected 6000 point deficit due to affect the stock market, the United States could be in a great deal of trouble as the next few months unfold.

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