Michael Burry Is Predicting an Even Bigger Crash.

Michael Burry (from The Big Short) is famous for predicting stock market crashes. From the inflation crisis we're seeing now (courtesy of the Federal Reserve), to the Housing Bubble of 2008 and the Dot Com bubble before that. Now he's predicting a bigger crash. This time in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. Today we look into what Burry has to say about these speculative assets, and whether investors should look into them or not.

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★ ★ CONTENTS ★ ★
0:00 Michael Burry Predicts the Stock Market Crash
0:20 Michael Burry Predicts the Collapse of Cryptocurrencies
2:24 Will Governments Block It?
3:40 Ray Dalio's Opinion on Bitcoin
4:30 Bitcoin as an Inflation Hedge?
6:04 Cryptocurrency's Intrinsic Value
6:58 Warren Buffett's Thoughts on Bitcoin
8:00 Burry's Thoughts on Crypto Speculation
9:28 How to Invest Like Michael Burry
10:20 Sharesight

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