AEHL Stock: Why Retail Investors Are Betting On an Antelope Enterprise Short-Squeeze


Antelope Enterprise (NASDAQ:AEHL) stock is on the move Monday as retail traders see it as a target for a short squeeze.

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Retail traders are taking to social media today to talk about the potential of AEHL stock. That includes speculation that it could soar higher due to its short interest and other factors affecting the shares.

Let’s dive into that thought process below with a look at what some retail traders are saying about AEHL stock on Monday.

AEHL Stock: Why Retail Traders Are Betting on a Short Squeeze

It’s worth pointing out that this isn’t the first time that AEHL stock has been targeted by retail investors for a short squeeze. A similar event happened last month. That saw shares rocket higher for a few days before falling back to normal trading levels. Investors curious about Antelope Enterprise and what it does can follow this link.

The short squeeze seems to be in full effect as shares of AEHL stock are seeing heavy trading today. As of this writing, more than 24 million shares of the stock have changed hands. That’s a major jump compared to the company’s daily average trading volume of 1.2 million shares.

AEHL stock was up 19.5% as of Monday morning and is up 63.8% since the start of the year.

Retail traders are busy today and that means there’s plenty of other stock market news worth checking out.

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