Michael Burry gained widespread recognition due to his prescient bet against the subprime housing market, which was detailed in Michael Lewis's The Big Short and Greg Zuckerman's The Greatest Trade Ever.
Dr. Burry has since shut down his hedge fund Scion Capital and is focusing on private investing. In the eight years he operated the fund, he returned 489% to investors.
Below are a variety of links and videos on Dr Burry, including a lecture at his alma mater Vanderbilt University on April 5th, 2011.
An excerpt from The Big Short can be read here.
Dr. Burry discusses his new focus on Farmland, Small Technology Firms, and Gold in a Bloomberg article and interviews which can be viewed here.
Dr. Burry's letters to investors can be found here. These should be a good read for any serious value investor. A letter to investors explaining his bet against the subprime housing market can be found here.
Links to the books can be found below:
"Hedge-Fund Man", author Michael Lewis's alter ego is always good for a laugh:
Anyone who runs several billion dollars of other people’s money, and one hundred million of his own, is likely to have moments of self-doubt. I don’t recall experiencing any myself, but I concede that others have.
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