When you’re analyzing a stock, take note of short-interest ratio data and exorbitant short interest rates. Traders can learn about the general market sentiment around a company by looking at what short-sellers are trading.
1. Greenidge Generation Holdings Inc. – 68.36%
Greenidge Generation Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: GREE). This company delivers cloud-based technology platforms to businesses across a variety of industries, as well as outsourced support services for service providers. Technical support is also provided by this company’s home-based personnel.
This stock last closed with a price of $29.09, with a 52-week high of $60.00.
2. Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporati – 45.23%
Big 5 Sporting Goods Corporati (Nasdaq: BGFV). This is an El Segundo, California-based sporting goods retailer. It sells sports shoes, clothing, and accessories, as well as camping and fitness equipment.
This stock last closed with a price of $26.75, with a 52-week high of $37.74.
3. Workhorse Group Inc. – 36.46%
Workhorse Group Inc. (Nasdaq: WKHS). This is a Cincinnati, Ohio-based production company. Currently, they are concentrating on the development of electric-powered delivery and utility vehicles.
This stock last closed with a price of $7.41, with a 52-week high of $42.96.
4. Blink Charging Co. – 35.82%
Blink Charging Co. (Nasdaq: BLNK). This is an electronic services company that provides fast, level 2 EV Charging Stations and networks for homes. They are paving the way for EV acceptance by deploying and operating EV charging networks around the world.
This stock last closed with a price of $29.90, with a 52-week high of $64.50.
5. Gogo Inc. – 33.09%
Gogo Inc. (Nasdaq: GOGO). This is a company that operates out of Chicago, IL, that provides in-flight broadband internet services as well as other connected services for commercial / business aircrafts.
This stock last closed with a price of $12.39, with a 52-week high of $17.23.
Final Short Interest Thoughts
Anyone might find learning how to invest in the stock market difficult. Traders have been increasingly targeting companies with strong short interest in an attempt to drive hedge funds out of the market.
Contact a financial advisor if you need assistance getting started with investing in any stocks that interest you on the market.
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