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Michael Burry — the famed investor portrayed by Christian Bale in "The Big Short" — added five news stocks to his hedge fund in the first quarter, according to a 13F filed with the SEC last week.
Burry's hedge fund, Scion Asset Management, had $387 million in assets as of March 31, and its biggest investment is Gamestop, which represents nearly 18% of Scion's portfolio.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic and market sell-off, Burry added some new large cap stakes into his portfolio, including Boeing, which sold off more than 50% in the first quarter.
Back in March, Burry revealed in an interview with Bloomberg that he made a significant bearish bet that was paying off amid the market sell off.
Listed below are the five new stocks Michael Burry added to his portfolio in the first quarter.
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Sector: Consumer Discretionary
Position Market Value: $10.5 million
Percent of Scion's Portfolio: 12.21%
Source: SEC 13F filing
Position Market Value: $10.0 million
Percent of Scion's Portfolio: 11.62%
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Position Market Value: $8.95 million
Percent of Scion's Portfolio: 10.39%
Position Market Value: $5.27 million
Percent of Scion's Portfolio: 6.11%
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Position Market Value: $6.8 million
Percent of Scion's Portfolio: 7.90%