Investors looking for the most likely short squeeze stocks to watch this week are in the right place!
We’re going over a list of the top five short squeeze stocks that investors will want to keep an eye on. This list comes from Fintel’s Short Squeeze Leaderboard, which lists out stocks with scores ranging from 0 to 100. The closer to 100 the score is, the more likely that stock will experience a short squeeze.
Of course, traders should be careful about investing in short squeeze stocks. While there is potential for major gains, there’s also no guarantee these stocks will squeeze higher. And even if they do, short squeeze plays are risky investments. Traders need to be wary.
So, with all that covered, let’s get into the top potential short squeeze stocks for this week below!
Top 5 Short Squeeze Stocks to Watch
- The Singing Machine Company (NASDAQ:MICS) stock tops this week’s list with a short squeeze score of 99.36.
- Revlon (NYSE:REV) stock takes the second spot on the list with a score of 98.32.
- U.S. Well Services (NASDAQ:USWS) stock claims third with a short squeeze score of 97.69.
- Hour Loop (NASDAQ:HOUR) shares earn the next slot on the list with 97.69 as well.
- Greenwich Lifesciences (NASDAQ:GLSI) stock takes the final spot on this week’s list with a short squeeze score of 97.48.
Investors searching for more of the latest stock market news are going to want to stick around!
InvestorPlace has all of the hottest stock news that traders need to know about for Monday! A few examples include what has Xortx Therapeutics (NASDAQ:XRTX) stock moving today, why AMC Entertainment (NYSE:AMC) stock is taking a beating and what’s going on with Mullen Automotive (NASDAQ:MULN) in October. You can find out more on these matters by checking out the links below!
More Stock Market News for Monday
- Why Is Xortx Therapeutics (XRTX) Stock Moving Today?
- Why Is AMC Stock Plunging 40% Today?
- Dear MULN Stock Fans, Mark Your Calendars for an October Launch
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