jodu schreef op 5 jun 2017 om 19:16:
volgens dit artikel is de short-interest ratio 5.5 tov 1.57 de maand voordien. Ooit zullen die stukken terug gekocht moeten worden.
Dat er binnenkort maar wat goed nieuws komt, dan krijgen we de langverwachte short-sqeeuze :)finance.yahoo.com/m/807019a8-89e8-31b...
ArcelorMittal (MT), the world’s largest steelmaker, has seen a steep increase in its short interest. The stock’s short interest ratio stood at 5.5 on May 15, as compared to 1.57 on April 28. Based on the most recent update, MT has the highest short interest ratio among the steel stocks that we’ve been covering in this series.
What can we infer?
It’s worth noting that while a higher short interest ratio indicates bearish sentiment, it could also trigger a short squeeze in the case of a positive news flow. Investors will recall that many bears were caught unaware in 1Q17, when rising steel prices triggered a steep rally in steel stocks.