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'The shut down is not good for anyone': Famed 'Big Short' investor Michael Burry unloads on coronavirus lockdowns, says the response has been worse than the disease itself

7 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Michael Burry, whose bets against the housing market were documented in bestselling novel and film "The Big Short," sees government lockdowns as more detrimental to Americans than the coronavirus itself.
The famous investor created a Twitter account on March 23 and has since used it to criticize the policies, trumpet the controversial treatment hydroxychloroquine, and decry the massive spike in unemployment brought about by widespread business closures.
Burry told Bloomberg the quarantines are "man-made" and disproportionately target women, children, underprivileged groups, and people with...
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