Aloha Construction is one of those rare Mid-West roofing, siding, and gutter specialists that puts ethics before business decisions. Aloha Construction got some serious recognition for their ethical business strategy when the company took home the 2017 Better Business Bureau Torch Award. The Torch Award recognizes companies that put ethics where it belongs in business transactions. Aloha Construction has a history of putting clients, employees, and the community first. And that is a rarity in the home remodeling and construction business.
While Aloha Construction continues to put its best ethical foot forward, Silicon Valley investment guru, Shervin Pishevar, is shedding his old investment skin at Investment company Capital. Shervin is tweeting like a man who wants to win an ethics award. His recent tweet storm shows another side of Shervin Pishevar. His 21-hour tweetstorm is turning a page in the minds of Silicon Valley investors. Pishevar thinks Silicon Valley is losing its startup mojo, according to one of his tweets. And he thinks the stock market is ready for a serious adjustment.
Shervin Pishevar may be tweeting like a Trump wannabe, but Pishevar is more than a Twitter geek that wants attention. Shervin Pishevar is a successful as well as a serious investor. He recognized the value of Uber, Warby Parker, Hyperloop One and other startups before other investors knew about those successful companies. And he isn’t afraid to tell the world through a Twitter rant that the big companies like Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple are too big and have too much power.
Most investors pay close attention to Shervin Pishevar’s comments about investing. The tone of some of his tweets sound makes some investors think he’s just venting his frustration after leaving Investment companyat the end of 2017. But other investors think Pishevar is right on the money with his tweets. They know Shervin Pishevar is right more than he’s wrong about the changes coming in the economy and in the investment world. Pishevar doesn’t mind the negative feedback. He built his fortune by investing in companies that received negative feedback when they got started.