Stratasys

NASDAQ: SSYS
$24.42
+$0.20 (+0.8%)
Closing price December 6, 2021
Short interest on the four 3D printing stocks we follow fell during the most recent reporting period. But short sellers were in the right place at the right time, making nice profits on their...
Short interest in 3D printing stocks was mixed in the period ending March 15. But shares prices of the stocks we tracked continued to fall through Monday night's closing bell.
Short interest in 3D printing stocks was mixed in the two-week period ending February 28, when shares of one company fell just over 10%.
Short interest in 3D printing stocks rose in the two-week period ending February 15. Share prices also fell during thet period.
Short interest in 3D printing stocks generally declined in the reporting period ended January 31. Shares prices fell as well.
Short interest mostly dropped in the 3D printing stocks as share prices posted big gains in the two-week period ended January 12.
Short interest fell on all four 3D printing stocks we cover. Share prices on all four fell as well during the short interest reporting period that ended December 29.
Short interest in 3D printing stocks was mixed in the two-week period to December 15. At one firm, the share price tumbled more than 20% during the period.
Short interest in 3D printing stocks was generally higher in the two-week period ending November 30.
Stratasys reported mixed quarterly results before the markets opened on Tuesday, but shares were higher in the premarket.
Two of four 3D printing company stocks we track posted declines in short interest and the other two posted gains. One of the four is on a current tear and short interest is receding.
The world of 3D printing may hold huge promise for the years ahead. Whether the top companies investors used as speculative vehicles in 3D printing can ever find their footing remains to be seen.
Short interest in 3D printing companies showed a trend higher in the two-week period ended October 13. Only one stock saw a drop in short interest during the period.
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