"In 2004, Burry spotted problems in the subprime mortgage market and, like the hedge-fund titan John Paulson, figured out a way to bet against subprime mortgages by using credit-default swaps"
I found this to be noteworthy, given what I understood to be his previous distaste for the experience of managing other people's money.
I am intrigued by the question of what particular "problem" he may now be focusing his considerable analytical talents upon.
One $441 Trillion possibility?:
Global OTC derivatives market, Interest rate [Forwards and swaps + Options]
A $72.8 Trillion Possibility?
You may also be interested in this talk that he gave:
Dr. Michael J. Burry at UCLA Economics Commencement 2012