Shervin Pishevar Pulled His Ms. Cleo Out Of The Bag Six Months Ago On Twitter – Check Out These Wildly-Correct Predictions He Made In February

As we all know – or at least all of us that haven’t lived in a cave for the past decade-plus – social media has helped people share their opinions in a more-frequent, less-filtered fashion than ever before. While some tweets, posts, and shares are inappropriate and totally out-of-place; and most of them are standard, plain, flat-out boring posts containing unimportant things like pictures of users’ lunches; very little content on the World Wide Web’s countless social media networks is insightful and well-thought-out.

Although he isn’t the only social media user who has published quality content, Shervin Pishevar is one of the brightest minds in financial services; much to the satisfaction of followers of the greater financial market, Mr. Pishevar is hardly scared to share his deepest thoughts, insights, and predictions through the globally-available social media network Twitter.

In February 2018 – nearly six months ago as of July 31, 2018 – Shervin Pishevar published a short novel’s worth of high-quality content on Twitter after taking a two-and-a-half month break from all social media and online networking sites.

The nearly-novella-length “tweetstorm” Shervin Pishevar published over a roughly 24-hour period contained 50 tweets – one of the hottest such tweets on the first half of content he published read “Inflation is dead … Inflation never manifests itself [the] way many expect. We’ve managed to export inflation for decades now,” referring to the United States’ overarching dumping of inflation off of the United States Dollar over the past few decades.

Inflation is never fun, but it’s normal – it’s necessary for a nation’s currency and its financial markets to be kept in check. Shervin Pishevar claimed that the bond market would soon fail due to our exportation of inflation.

He also said that quantitative easing, a monetary policy practice that helps keep the United States Dollar and other currencies in check, is effectively the “only thing” to have “had long term [sic] predictable results” of anything related to monetary policy moves. However, Shervin Pishevar immediately thereafter suggests that quantitative easing doesn’t have the power it once did and will be unable to perpetuate the bullish run of bonds for much longer.

http://www.pishevar.com/

Aloha Construction Points Out the Four Biggest Mistakes They See

Having completed over 20,000 jobs, the Better Business Bureau Torch Award winning Aloha Construction sees the same mistakes too many times not to say something. They contributed an article to Realty Times listing the four most common errors they see with tips on how to avoid making them.

First they see people trying to sell their homes make the wrong upgrades to increase the value. Aloha Construction sees many homeowners who add an extra room or bathroom to their house but ignore fundamental upgrades such as siding and roofs. Extra square feet is a bonus but if the roof leaks when it rains then the house needs work and this condition reduces the market value considerably. There are also the aesthetic reasons for improving the roof and siding, making the house look newer and presenting a better appearance for potential buyers.

Homeowners also neglect to get regular home inspections. By keeping up with inspections an owner can catch problems before they become catastrophes. Finding our you roof shingles are about to collapse is easier and cheaper to fix than waiting for the roof to cave in. With free once a year home inspections, Aloha Construction helps the homeowner work with the insurance company to minimize the deductible and help ensure the homeowner gets the best deal at the right time.

Aloha Construction also sees many homeowners neglecting basic maintenance like cleaning their gutters and downspouts. This simple process can remove a great deal of stress on a roof and walls and help them last longer, but many homeowners simply take this aspect of home maintenance for granted.

The final big mistake Aloha Construction lists is people skimping on their home repairs. Whether trying to do it for themselves or simply taking a cheap bidder over a more expensive but also more qualified one, mistakes and poor work can do long term damage to a home. Aloha Construction recommend always asking if the company is licensed, bonded and insured. If not the dangers of inadequate work increase, leading to bigger repair costs down the road when the problems inevitably come back.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-zurich/news/ct-lzc-charity-shopping-spree-tl-0818-20160815-story.html

Joel Friant: Shaking Healthy Heat

The only thing that makes a dish better is a dash of heat! From eggs to pizza, peppers, and their exquisitely harvested hot properties from these wonderful vegetables, is finding it’s way into the diets of people across the globe. Amazingly, if we add a few vitamins, like famed creator of “The Habanero Shaker” has, this becomes the best stuff on earth. Joel Friant created this wonderful product that has taken the best spicy qualities of the habanero chile pepper, reputed to be one of the very hottest and flavorful peppers on earth, and put that heat into a healthy shaker.

 

This can be sprinkled on most anything, and to turn up the heat, just add a little more. There is an absolute referendum in society that they want their heat, so it is no wonder that this shaker has made a recent comeback. It was originally introduced in 1995, and it has recently been reintroduced to the marketplace.

 

Habanero peppers contain lots of capsaicin, in fact some of the highest amounts of this little-understood, naturally-occurring ingredient in these very hot peppers. What we do know about capsaicin is that it triggers your brain to produce and release endorphins, which is the body’s natural painkiller. This could well be the secret reason why so many love spicy peppers nowadays.

 

There might be little wrong with enjoying hot sauce and it’s subsequent pain-soothing properties and lucky for all of us, Joel Friant left real estate and the home remodeling industry, going into the restaurant business just over 2 decades ago. His first foray into the restaurant business spawned “The Habanero Shaker,” and then he returned to real estate, only in mortgages this time.

 

Now he is back, after the mortgage crisis cooled that market a bit, Mr. Friant started to focus on how he had become so good at what he does, and decided to start bundling his ideas into articles that have widespread distribution, not the least of which is his “The Income Thermostat.” Currently dabbling in the very hot cryptocurrency, this seems an appropriate time to bring his Habanero Shaker back to market. His timing is likely very good indeed.