“The possibility of a short squeeze is one reason some analysts look at a high amount of short interest as a bullish indicator. Short Interest is the fuel, performance is the fuse, says ShortSqueeze.com”
- USA Today
...short sellers, not financial results, are driving up Air T's share price. More than half the shares were sold short last month, according to ShortSqueeze.com”
“...according to ShortSqueeze.com. Any encouraging news from Martha Stewart Living could lead to a wave of short sellers trying to buy stock and limit their losses, pushing the price higher. ”
- CNBC / MSN Money
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