Short-squeeze stocks continue to be hot with traders and we’re going over five candidates that investors will want to watch today.
Today’s list of short-squeeze candidates to watch comes from Will Meade. The former hedge fund manager shared the list on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) to his nearly 280,000 followers. He notes that the data for his list comes from S3.
Let’s dive into those short-squeeze stocks below!
Short-Squeeze Candidates to Watch Today
- Immix Biopharma (NASDAQ:IMMX) stock starts us off with a short interest of 106% and shares rising 16.3% as of Tuesday morning.
- Altus Midstream (NASDAQ:ALTM) shares are up next with a 66% short interest and the stock gaining 3.4% this morning.
- Gitlab (NASDAQ:GTLB) is the next likely entry on the list, though the Tweet highlights GLTB stock. It has a short interest of 53% and is up 6.8% as of this writing.
- Cortexyme (NASDAQ:CRTX) stock takes its spot on the list with a short interest of 53% as shares soar 6.9% this morning.
- TSR (NASDAQ:TSRI) shares finish up today’s list with a short interest of 50% with the stock slipping 5.5% as of this writing.
Investors on the lookout for more of the latest stock market news will want to keep reading!
We’ve got all of the most recent stock coverage that traders need to know about for Tuesday! A few examples of that include what has AMC (NYSE:AMC) stock rising higher today, why Knightscope (NASDAQ:KSCP) shares are taking a beating, as well as the news pushing United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS) stock higher. You can find out all about these matters by checking out the following links!
More Stock Market News for Tuesday
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- KSCP Stock Is Plunging Today Despite Announcing Another Robot Victory
- UPS Stock: 15 Reasons Why United Parcel Service Is Delivering for Investors Today
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