short interest

The latest data on short selling and meme stocks indicates that short sellers have been creamed so far this year, thanks mainly to a couple of bad weeks in January and February.
Cathie Wood's ARK Invest ETFs have recently attracted more attention from short sellers because the funds are not performing as well as they did a year ago. Here's a look at some detailed data.
Short sellers sharply cut their positions in Apple in the two-week short interest reporting period ended June 30. At the same time, they added to their positions in Microsoft.
Short sellers were mostly reducing their positions in the two-week period ended June 30. There was one major exception, though.
Short interest for both EV makers and traditional carmakers was mostly lower in the two-week reporting period that ended June 30.
Alphabet's short interest for the June 30 settlement date saw a jump.
Amazon saw the number of its shares short back off for the most recent settlement date of June 30.
Research firm S3 Analytics calls out the winners and losers for short sellers in June and identifies some likely short squeeze candidates in the month ahead.
Amazon saw the number of its shares short jump again for the most recent settlement date of June 15.
Alphabet's short interest for the June 15 settlement date continued to slide.
Neither Microsoft nor Apple attracted major interest from short sellers in the two-week reporting period that ended June 15.
Short sellers ran away from meme stocks in the two-week short interest reporting period that ended June 15.
Amazon saw the number of its shares short jump again for the most recent settlement date of May 14.
Alphabet's short interest for the May 14 settlement date continued to slide.
Short sellers added to their positions in Apple while reducing their bets against Microsoft. There's more than one reason for that.