Michael Burry Quotes

Michael Burry Quotes: In essence, the stock market represents three separate categories of business. They are, adjusted for inflation, those with shrinking intrinsic value, those with approximately stable intrinsic value, and those with steadily growing intrinsic value. The preference, always, would be to buy a long-term franchise at a substantial discount from growing intrinsic value.
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Michael Burry Quote: When I stand on my special-issue
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Quotes about Michael Burry: The late 90s almost forced me to identify myself as a value investor, because I thought what everybody else was doing was insane.
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Quote about Michael Burry: I didn't offer transparency. I provided one quarterly report in letter form. That was all you got. I basically demanded that if you're going to invest in my fund you need to accept my terms. The terms not being super highs, but just, I'm not going to cater to you.
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Michael Burry Sayings: I think a lot of funds get their ideas from Wall Street. I just like to find my own ideas. I read a lot. A lot of news. I just follow my nose. A lot of times it's a dead end, but sometimes there's value there.
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