Michael Burry’s Big Moves in Chinese Tech Amid Stock Rout

Michael Burry increases bets on Alibaba and JD.com.
Alibaba becomes Scion’s top holding with a 50% stake boost.
JD.com follows as the second-largest holding, up 75,000 shares.

Both investments struggle, with Alibaba down 5% and JD.com -20%.
Burry previously bet on Chinese stocks, reopening positions later.
China’s property crisis and slowing growth impact stock values.

$6.5 trillion wiped off Chinese and Hong Kong stocks by Tuesday.
Foreign investors sell China’s onshore equities, offloading $2 billion.
US-based GW&K Investment closes emerging-markets equity fund amid uncertainties.

Top Chinese hedge fund Banxia reduces stock positions, acknowledging mistakes.
Diverging paths for Alibaba: Canada Pension Board buys, Tiger Global exits.
Scion shifts strategy, dropping bearish positions and diversifying across industries.

Burry’s contrarian approach reflects amid tumultuous Chinese stock market.
The mixed fortunes of Alibaba and JD.com add complexity to investments.
Time will tell if Burry’s bets pay off amid China’s uncertainties.
Alibaba takes the top spot in Scion’s holdings after a boost.

Alibaba’s stake reaches $5.81 million, a stark contrarian bet.
JD.com becomes the second-largest holding for Scion at $5.79 million.
JD.com’s position has increased by 75,000 shares in recent months.
Alibaba is down 5% and JD.com plummeting almost 20% year-to-date.
Burry’s history with Chinese stocks includes reopening positions in 2023.

China faces challenges as its $6.5 trillion market value is wiped out.
Ongoing property crisis and slowing growth impact Chinese equities.
Foreign investors relentlessly sell China’s onshore equities in the new year.
Global funds offload $2 billion worth of shares in January.

The sixth consecutive month of foreign selling, according to Bloomberg data.
GW&K Investment Management closed its emerging-markets equity fund last month.
Top Chinese hedge fund Banxia slashes stock positions amid the deepening rout.
It wasn’t only Burry who was purchasing Alibaba shares with fund managers.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board makes Alibaba its biggest new buy.

Tiger Global Management exits Alibaba, selling 1.48 million shares.
Burry’s firm drops all bearish positions in the quarter.
Scion instead snaps up shares across industries, including health care.
Financials and, of course, technology become part of Scion’s investments.
Amid the Chinese stock market turmoil, Burry makes moves.

The mixed fortunes of Alibaba and JD.com add layers to investment decisions.
Contrarian approach by Burry in the face of general stock selling.
Challenges in China’s economic landscape affect the investment scenario.
Burry’s bets on Alibaba and JD.com are under scrutiny amid uncertainties.
Canada Pension Board joins Scion in betting on Alibaba’s prospects.

Tiger Global Management’s exit signals a different perspective on Alibaba.
Scion’s diversification includes health care, financials, and technology.
Burry’s moves in the Chinese stock market will be closely watched.
Alibaba and JD.com’s struggles reflect broader challenges in Chinese equities.
Economic uncertainties in China pose challenges for investors globally.
Alibaba’s status as Scion’s top holding contrasts with market trends.

JD.com’s position as the second-largest holding highlights its significance.
Investments in Alibaba and JD.com face headwinds amid market downturn.
China’s ongoing property crisis contributes to the challenges in the stock market.
Slowing growth further adds to the complexities of investing in Chinese equities.
Burry’s history of reopening positions in Chinese stocks reflects his confidence.

China grapples with a substantial decline in market value.
Beijing faces challenges in restoring investor confidence amid stock rout.
Foreign investors continue selling China’s onshore equities, impacting the market.
Offloading $2 billion worth of shares in January marks a significant trend.
GW&K Investment Management’s closure of its emerging-markets equity fund adds to uncertainties.

Banxia’s reduction of stock positions acknowledges mistakes in betting on a rapid recovery.
Diverging paths in Alibaba’s fortunes as Canada Pension Board buys and Tiger Global exits.
Scion’s strategic shift involves dropping bearish positions and diversifying across industries.
Contrarian moves by Burry stand out in the tumultuous Chinese stock market.

The mixed fortunes of Alibaba and JD.com bring added complexity to investment decisions.
Time will reveal the outcomes of Burry’s bets amid uncertainties in China.
Alibaba takes the top position in Scion’s holdings with a 50% increase.
Alibaba’s stake reaches $5.81 million, representing a bold contrarian bet.

JD.com becomes Scion’s second-largest holding with a $5.79 million position.
JD.com’s position has seen a 75,000 share increase in recent months.
Alibaba’s downslide by 5% and JD.com’s almost 20% drop highlight challenges.
Burry’s previous bets on Chinese stocks include reopening positions in 2023.

China grapples with a property crisis and slowing growth impacting stock values.
A staggering $6.5 trillion loss in market value from the 2021 peak underscores challenges.
Foreign investors persistently sell China’s onshore equities, offloading $2 billion.

GW&K Investment Management closes its emerging-markets equity fund in the face of uncertainties.
Top Chinese hedge fund Banxia reduces stock positions, admitting mistakes amid the deepening rout.
Alibaba sees diverse investor actions with Canada Pension Board’s buy and Tiger Global’s exit.
Scion’s strategic shift involves dropping bearish positions and diversifying into health care, financials, and technology.

Burry’s contrarian approach amid the tumultuous Chinese stock market is reflected in his moves.
The mixed fortunes of Alibaba and JD.com add layers of complexity to investment strategies.
Economic uncertainties in China pose challenges, impacting Burry’s bets on Alibaba and JD.com.
Alibaba’s status as Scion’s top holding contrasts with the general trend in the market.
JD.com’s position as the second-largest holding showcases its significance in Scion’s portfolio.

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