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‘Big Short’ investor Michael Burry deletes Twitter account after Musk comments
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Investor Michael Burry, made famous in the 2015 movie "The Big Short," took to Twitter Sunday to theorize why Tesla’s Elon Musk decided to sell so many Tesla shares, and then deleted his Twitter account a short time later.
"He doesn’t need cash. He just wants to sell $TSLA," Burry tweeted, suggesting that Musk doesn't see much upside for the stock.
The specific reasoning behind Burry's move to delete his account wasn't entirely clear. Tesla and Burry’s Scion Asset Management did not immediately respond to after-hour emails from Fox Business. Burry has held short positions against Telsa in the past. Business Insider pointed out that he said in an interview in June that he was no longer shorting Tesla.