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Date: 4/23/2008
ShortSqueeze.com Helps Investors Profit Via Short Selling

ShortSqueeze.com tracks short interest data in NASDAQ, NYSE and AMEX stocks and helps traders identify which companies the short sellers believe are going down

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ShortSqueeze.com Helps Investors Profit Via Short Selling
ShortSqueeze.com tracks short interest data in NASDAQ, NYSE and AMEX stocks and helps traders identify which companies the short sellers believe are going down.  ShortSqueeze.com was founded by Dylan Wetherill, who started his career as a stock trader, relying upon short interest data to help guide his trading decisions.
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While most investors have been losing money in the market this year, some stock traders have been making billions of dollars with every move downward. “Short interest” is the term used to describe the collection of shares that have been sold short with hopes that a stock’s price will drop. 

Short selling is gaining a huge following, but many investors know very little about this lucrative trading style. Short sellers identify a stock they believe is going to go down in price. When these traders target a stock it can cause a flood of selling.

Short interest in stocks is at an all-time high this month. So, how do you know if your portfolio might fall victim to short selling? ShortSqueeze.com offers free, proprietary short interest stock reports, so you can see if your stocks are targeted.

How, then, does someone make money when a stock goes down? Let us say, the current value of the stock that you think will fall is trading at $30 per share, and you think it is going to $20. You can borrow 1,000 shares from a broker and sell them in the open market at the current price of $30. You now have $30,000 in your account, including the obligation to return the borrowed shares at some point. If you are correct, and the price goes down to $20, it will only cost you $20,000 to buy 1,000 shares. You had $30,000 in your account, you spent $20,000 buying the shares back. You then return the shares you borrowed to the broker, and you have $10,000 left as profit. 

More people than ever are profiting from this style of trading. ShortSqueeze.com tracks short interest data in NASDAQ, NYSE and AMEX stocks and helps traders identify which companies the short sellers believe are going down. Large volumes of short selling can weigh heavily on a stock. Anyone can access the company’s proprietary information and receive free short interest stock quotes from their website at http://shortsqueeze.com.

ShortSqueeze.com was founded by Dylan Wetherill, who started his career as a stock trader, relying upon short interest data to help guide his trading decisions. With this information, he gained valuable insight into the catalysts that cause powerful changes in stock prices. Wetherill says “The world's best traders and fund managers have long understood the power that stock short interest can play on price moves in the market. Our research is designed to help you find powerful opportunities - both long and short - and gain from the timing of dramatic changes in stock price. ShortSqueeze.com provides our members with an exclusive edge in the market.” 

So learn from the experts, and be better informed of short selling in the stocks you own. Short interest information can be a valuable asset in today’s market.
 

Tags: ShortSqueeze.com, Dylan Wetherill, short interest, stock prices, short selling
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