Cars "The Big Short" investor Michael Burry: Tesla shares could fall below 100 US dollars
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While the price of Tesla shares rose to unimaginable heights in the past year, some market participants are still skeptical of this US electric car manufacturers and bet on falling prices. With the shortseller Michael Burry one of the critics spoke up.
• Tesla shares rose 743 percent in 2020
• "The Big Short" investor expects dramatic price slump
• Criticism of GameStop hypeTesla price decline is set to end ushering in an era
For theshare, 2020 was the most successful year since going public in 2010. For example, the shares of the electric car manufacturer under the leadership of Elon Musk rose by 743 percent last year. This year, too, the paper has so far increased 1.25 percent to 714.50 US dollars (closing price on February 22, 2021). According to hedge fund manager Michael Burry, the upward trend in Tesla shares could come to an abrupt end this year. On his profile, the investor recently stated with full conviction that the financial system was not threatened by Tesla shares falling below $ 100 later in the year, according to Business Insider reports. "But it would herald the end of an era for a certain type of investing," the portal quoted Burry as saying. In doing so, he renewed his criticism of speculative stock deals by small investors. In January, he complained that Reddit users started a run on shares in and . "It should have legal and regulatory consequences," Burry wrote on the short message service, according to Business Insider. "It's unnatural, crazy, and dangerous." Shortly afterwards, however, he deleted his tweet.
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© ASHRAF SHAZLY An Ethiopian refugee sells tea, in a transit camp in Sudan, November 26, 2020 Samarwat Tkhali, 10, has been walking around for a week the streets of "Village 8" in Sudan, where thousands of Ethiopians have taken refuge fleeing the war in Tigray. To survive, she sells the chocolate cakes bought by her father. In this miserable village, where some 15,000 Ethiopian refugees are crowded near the border, she approaches the people by asking them timidly: "Do you want to taste one?".
Bitcoin investment as a diversionary maneuver?
But also Tesla itself has often been in the field of fire of the shortseller. He also wrote in January that Tesla sharesBitcoin with a value of 1.5 billion US dollars and accused Musk of trying to distract from Tesla's weaknesses in the Chinese market. "Chinese regulators called Tesla because of quality problems, as consumers complain about the quality ... but Tesla bought ," the financial portal quoted Burry's Twitter statements as saying. Furthermore, he described the announcement as "digital confetti" and thus accused the company of a diversionary maneuver. Corona criticism drew Burry on Twitter - Trump ban drove him
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The 2015 comedy drama’s cast includes Christian Bale as Michael Burry and a cameo appearance from Margot Robbie © Christian Bale takes on the role of Michael Burry in The Big Short. (Pic: PA) Comedy drama The Big Short is seeing a rise in popularity as people attempt to understand what's going on with US company GameStop.The video game retailer's stock skyrocketed by more than 700% in the last week after Reddit users bought shares and exchanged tips online.It led to many investors on Wall Street, who had bet the company's share price would continue to fall in value, to lose large sums of money.