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Short Interest Data for NYSE, NASDAQ & AMEX

“Most-Hated Stocks Burn Short Sellers in January!” - Bloomberg

 

The fact is, that a large short interest is the predecessor of a rise in the price of a stock. Sooner or later, short sellers will be potential buyers and represent a lot of buying power when they have to scramble for cover in a sudden market turn. Such a situation, in which a lack of supply and an excess demand for a traded stock forces the price upward, is called a "Short Squeeze"

 

Find stocks with the largest short positions and never find yourself caught in a "bear trap" again. These figures can be a real eye-opener for any given stock.

 

Get historical & actual Short-Interest data of more than 8,000 U.S. stocks!

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