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How Did Michael Burry Predict the 2008 Housing Bubble? (The Big Short Explained) financial crisis 2008



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35 thoughts on “How Did Michael Burry Predict the 2008 Housing Bubble? (The Big Short Explained) financial crisis 2008”

  1. And that's why DUMBocracy works, because no matter how many mistakes the Elite and the savage capitalists make, we the common people are always gonna complain and do nothing about it.

  2. I’ve made some bad decisions in life, but one good one I made was not taking a zero down, variable rate, $350,000 mortgage for a 2 bedroom apartment on Long Island in 2003.

  3. you did not mention that tons of pension funds etc bought into those mortgage backed funds, then those also 'failed' completely, erasing thousands of thousands of people's savings, insurances, etc. so not only defaulting borrowers lost their investments, houses etc but thousand times more people lost everything, too, even without the need of buying into that housing bubble, unknowingly, as the fund 'operators' moved their savings into those risky areas…
    and, that in the end those greedy giant banks did not pay at all for their greediness and none of those people who were responsible for such a fraudulent system (of money lending, commerce of mortgages, etc) paid any price, and since those huge greedy banks, given they go downhill and bankrupt, would have dragged along, again, tons of other interests, savings, whatever, they were thrown a ton of public tax payer money to get their shit together. AND NO ONE paid for that failure, for people loosing their jobs, homes, saving,
    Burry's other main point was to expose the fraudulent system and the people behind it.

  4. I plan to use this video as a demonstration of exemplary video design in one of my Communications courses. The writing, narration and graphic elements are complementary and well-paced. Great job!

  5. This was the first piece of media that ever actually properly explained the housing market crash in a very well structured and easy enough to follow video. Thank you so much

  6. In Australia APRA will not allow investment banks in to the residential home loans. Also residential home loans have a capital requirement of 36%. Thank Paul Keating and Bob Hawk for that.

  7. The thing that did it though is the synthetic CDO. CDS itself was large, but CDO was even larger because it was the side bet on the CDS. It was made out of thin air, and people were taking sides.

  8. You neglected to mention the legislation passed in the 90’s that really allowed this to balloon. Micheal mentioned it briefly but it was a huge contributing factor.

  9. This video should be made mandatory for every student within Australia to watch and understand.
    We don’t seem to educate our children regarding the essential and vital fundamental of finance. Your video offers an extremely comprehendible version of one of the biggest financial disasters in our time. I really enjoy the research that you have made in order to produce this fantastic history of financial events.

  10. You're very good in teaching 😊 I subscribed 😊

    Will you explain certain more things in the movie that I still don't undertand?

    1. The movie talked about bonds..those AAA bonds and AA bonds..

    2. In your video it seems that the smaller banks, commercial banks that did most of the bad thing, and seems to have never incurred loses.. But in the movie, the big banks were the ones being blamed..There was something in the movie about the big banks didn't want to accept loses so they did worse things and still sold things to unsuspecting buyers?

    Yes! 😊You should definitely do Big Short commentary videos!

  11. When are you going to talk about Frank-Dodd Act, requiring banks to provide loans to people w/o means to repay? That and the security rating cos, Moody's, et al, were as corrupt as the wall street banks.

  12. If I recall correctly the government was pushing mortgage companies to give out loans to unqualified people The mortgage companies weren’t that stupid but the government is a different story.

    And good video by the way!

  13. The only problem was that this was left unchecked because of the greed/corruption of massive banks, speculatory investors, and hedge funds that short all don't care. The good thing is the market is now highly regulated, the problem is that it increased the margins on your mortgage after the fact because it takes major investment to make mortgage lending possible. At the end of the day, it just made it easier for those "former" predatory lenders to become more competitive because small banks that care about their customers have such a massive barrier to entry now. The government always makes moral decisions instead of monetary right? 😉

  14. The only piece that you forgot was the fact that many of these loans were backed by the federal government in the case of default through FHA loans and similar products. This made the risk of writing loans seem as if it were zero because, the common thought went, if someone defaults on their own, then the federal government will step in and cover it for the bank.

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