Exxon Mobil (XOM) snapped a seven-month support line and closed under its 200-day moving average. More
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Short selling, or shorting a stock, occurs when an investor borrows a security with the expectation that the value decreases. Should the value decrease, the investor then purchases the stock at a lower price. The difference in prices is the profit margin. While shorting may be risky, it also provides huge returns.
High short interest in these technically sound stocks has us excited, as those are the right conditions for short squeezes. More
These three stocks feature the 'signature' of traditional short squeeze targets -- namely, technical strength and high short interest. More
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