Michael Burry: UCLA Commencement Address . . . . Strongly Recommended
Posted by Larry Doyle on June 24, 2012 10:25 AM |
The lessons we learn from those who see the ocean while all are focused on a wave are truly special.
Thanks to our friend Huckleberry for prompting me to view the UCLA commencement address recently delivered by one Dr. Michael Burry.
Burry strikes me as a relatively soft-spoken and unassuming individual. His message is anything but. This address is a must view.
Burry may be talking primarily to the UCLA graduates but his message resonates far beyond that small group. He provides wisdom to graduates and people everywhere who care to learn how we have come to be enmeshed in such an economic crisis.
What does Burry recommend we do?
Keep asking questions. Seek and demand answers.
Burry stridently indicts those within the political and financial web who failed to display real leadership and moral fiber while pursuing personal gains and profits.
While accepting the fact that our overall quality of life has already diminished and will continue to decline under our current political and financial construct, Burry inspires the graduates and all of us that individually we can prosper. How so?
Take the mere 20 minutes to view this Sense on Cents classic.
I should add that with this address, Dr. Michael Burry gains swift and immediate induction into the Sense on Cents Hall of Fame.
Please share this with friends, family, and colleagues. Huckleberry, thanks again for the prompt.
Happy Sunday….and navigate accordingly.
I have no affiliation or business interest with any entity referenced in this commentary. The opinions expressed are my own. I am a proponent of real transparency within our markets so that investor confidence and investor protection can be achieved.