Li Auto Inc.

NASDAQ: LI
$19.28
-$0.40 (-2.0%)
Closing price April 16, 2021
As tech companies continued to be out of favor in March, electric vehicle makers saw short sellers piling into their stocks. Traditional automakers, meanwhile, saw a decline in short interest.
Chinese EV makers Nio and XPeng have reported first-quarter deliveries while investors wait to hear from Li Auto and market leader Tesla.
Short interest in electric vehicle makers mostly increased in the two-week reporting period that ended March 15. Traditional automakers GM and Ford saw larger interest from short sellers.
Short interest in automakers mostly declined in the two-week reporting period ended February 26. One maker of EV vans, however, saw short interest soar by nearly 50%.
Earnings releases for the most recently completed quarter are beginning to slow. Here's our look at one release due out Monday morning, plus a fast look at the once high-flying electric vehicle...
Short interest in electric vehicle makers mostly declined in the two-week reporting period that ended February 12.
Our earnings preview for Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning includes a COVID-19 vaccine maker, a chipmaker and a company that designs and builds hydrogen fuel cells.
Short interest plunged more than 20% on three electric vehicle makers in the two-week short interest period ending January 29.
Short sellers may be giving up trying to outsmart Tesla shareholders. They have been turning more attention to the country's traditional automakers.
With share prices of electric vehicle makers soaring, it should be no surprise that short sellers are pouncing on the stocks as well.
Everyone knows about Tesla's soaring stock price during 2020. The company has continued its run through the first few trading days of 2021 as have the stocks of a number of other EV makers.
Tesla and three leading China-based EV makers have reported fourth-quarter deliveries that are well above prior year totals.
Short interest in electric vehicle stocks was mixed in the two-week period that ended November 30. Two Chinese EV makers saw major swings, though, with short sellers bailing on one and embracing the...
Electric vehicle maker Tesla has entered an agreement with 10 brokerages to offer $5 billion worth of new stock in the company.
Short interest in electric carmakers mostly increased in the two-week reporting period ended November 13. Soaring share prices brought out the short sellers.