Short squeeze stocks are a hot topic this week as retail traders look for the best shares to pump and push hedge funds out of.
This has us looking over the latest short squeeze stocks list from Fintel to see the best candidates for this week. The company using a rating system ranging from 1 to 100. The higher the number, the higher the chance the stock could be squeezed.
Let’s get into that list below!
Short Squeeze Stocks to Watch This Week
- Redbox Entertainment (NASDAQ:RDBX) stock tops the list today with a rating of 99.85. Shares of RDBX stock are down 8.6% as of Monday morning.
- Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (NYSE:PEI) shares take the second spot on the list with a 98.52 rating. Shares of PEI are up 5.4% as of this writing.
- Revlon (NYSE:REV) stock takes the next spot on the list with a rating of 98.44. Shares of REV stock are largely unmoved as of this morning.
- MSP Recovery (NASDAQ:MSPR) shares join the list with a rating of 98.4. Shares of MSPR stock are falling 3.7% as of Monday morning.
- Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment (NASDAQ:CSSE) stock closes out the list of top short squeeze stocks this week with a 97.96 rating. Shares of CSSE are up 4% as of this writing.
Investors seeking more than just short squeeze stocks news will want to keep reading!
We’ve got all the most recent stock market coverage that traders need to know about for Monday! That includes what has electric vehicle (EV) stocks on the move today, an update on the Spirit Airlines (NYSE:SAVE) acquisition, as well as Borqs Technologies (NASDAQ:BRQS) rocketing higher. You can find out all about these topics at the links below!
More Monday Stock Market News
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