One of the most successful venture capitalists in Silicon Valley is Shervin Pishevar. His investment firm has been responsible for some of the most prominent businesses arising from the tech sector. He has worked on numerous projects including Airbnb, Uber and WebOS. Shervin Pishevar recently started a tweet storm that lasted for 21 full hours. His tweets covered many different topics such as the debt currently expanding within the United States. Some of his tweets made it clear he feels the United States debt markets are becoming overheated.
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He talked about the record lows of the bond yields and corporations currently borrowing a lot of money. Shervin Pishevar issued a warning to investors that there may not be any safe asset classes left. He stated yields have been driven so far down by the Federal Reserve he believes it is unlikely bonds are going to be productive in the future and the returns will be dismal. Shervin Pishevar believes the amount of money corporations have been borrowing throughout the country to buyback their stock has caused extremely high inflation within the equity markets. He said it is nearly the highest valuation he has ever witnessed.
Shervin Pishevar mentioned stock portfolios when he tweeted about asset inflation. He believes the returns in the future will decrease as low as two or three percent during the next several decades. This is not going to leave the investors with very many good options. He said the valuations in the real estate market were historically extremely high. He said this was due to easy credit the Federal Reserve created with their expansionary policies. He stated the value of a home is only what a bank agrees to lend. All over the country, historically inflated amounts have been provided by the banks so people could buy residential real estate.
Shervin Pishevar does not believe cash is safe in the current environment. He believes the enormous deficits created by the federal government combined with the mandatory and consistent entitlement programs will leave the government no option in the future but to cover the shortfalls in the budget by printing money.