Short squeeze stocks are still hot among retail traders and we’re helping them out with a list of companies to watch this week!
The list of short squeeze stocks to keep an eye on this week comes from Fintel. The publication puts together a list of stocks with the highest short squeeze potential each week. These stocks are rated on a scale of 0 to 100 on how likely a squeeze is to occur.
Of course, we do have to warn that chasing a short squeeze might not always be in an investor’s best interest. These often result in stocks falling after the squeeze is done, which means some unlucky traders might be left holding the bag.
Keeping that in mind, here’s the top five short squeeze stocks to watch from Fintel’s Short Squeeze Leaderboard.
Short Squeeze Stocks to Watch
- Singing Machine Co. (NASDAQ:MICS) stock tops the list this week with a score of 99.49.
- Revlon (NYSE:REV) stock takes the second spot on the list with a score of 99.46.
- Blue Hat Interactive Entertainment Technology (NASDAQ:BHAT) stock joins the list with a score of 99.25.
- HTG Molecular Diagnostics (NASDAQ:HTGM) stock claims its place on the list with a score of 99.04.
- Chicken Soup for The Soul Entertainment (NASDAQ:CSSE) rounds off the list with a score of 97.56.
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