ATER Stock Alert: 7 Things to Know as Aterian Rockets Higher

Aterian (NASDAQ:ATER) stock is on the move Tuesday despite a lack of news from the consumer products company.

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Instead, it looks like retail traders discussing the short squeeze potential of the company are behind today’s rally. This has several popular day traders over on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) hyping up the stock alongside today’s run.

In addition to that, the short-squeeze chatter over ATER stock brings with it heavy trading of the company’s shares. As of this writing, more than 47 million shares of the company’s stock have changed hands. For comparison, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 5.3 million shares.

Of course, investors will want to be careful about jumping into ATER stock today. While the rally may be a draw for some traders, there’s no denying the danger that comes with it. Sure, the stock is up now, but there’s no telling how long that will last before a potential dump drops its price.

Keeping that in mind, here’s a few things potential investors in ATER stock need to know about the company.

ATER Stock News

ATER stock is up 7.6% as of Tuesday morning.

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