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David Tice

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Veteran investor David Tice sounds the alarm on’big tech’ stocks and bitcoin-and touts gold and silver miners as better bets

David Tice. CNBC David Tice is bearish on "big tech" stocks and bitcoin as they look expensive to him. The veteran fund manager advised investors to exercise caution in a high-risk market. Tice is bullish on gold and silver miners due to inflation and currency-depreciation fears. See more stories on Insider's business page. "Big tech" stocks and bitcoin are too expensive, while gold and silver are cheap and effective hedges against inflation and a weaker dollar, veteran investor David Tice said in a recent CNBC interview."We have come back a long way from the April lows of 2020 after the COVID-19 scare," the cofounder of Moran Tice Capital Management said. "However, we're not out of the woods yet and this is a dangerous market. "Tice's concerns include the stock market appearing ...