Tagged With Short Selling

These are the top 15 most-shorted companies in the stock market

Elon Musk's most hated group of investors are ratcheting up their bets against Tesla ahead of the company's earnings

Traders are waging a nearly $1 billion bet against Lyft and still have lots of 'dry powder'

The star investor in 'The Big Short' has a new short against Barclays — and is ramping up bearish bets on banks

A 28-year-old hedge fund star who took on Bill Ackman slammed a 'bizarre' ban on short selling a $14 billion German company

Wall Street and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are on the same side for once — they're piling scepticism onto the credit-ratings firm Equifax

Quant juggernaut AQR is putting a €1.3 billion short bet on Germany as hedge funds seize on the DAX's very bad year

This London fund made a $113 million short bet on Renault before it tanked 14%

Corporate Travel Management responds to short seller attack, shares slump more than 20%

Investors are ratcheting up their bets against Tesla ahead of its earnings report

'Was he high?': Elon Musk is back to complaining about short sellers on Twitter, but his gripes don't hold water with some investors

A famous short seller is considering starting a cannabis fund

Investors betting against weed stocks are getting crushed — but they refuse to throw in the towel

MoviePass is trading at just 2 cents a share, but investors are still piling into bets it's headed to zero

Amazon dethrones Tesla as the stock short sellers hate the most

Elon Musk's latest Twitter antics have Tesla hurtling into uncharted territory — and could have legal ramifications for the CEO

Tesla's surging stock has cost short sellers $1.1 billion in a single day

PODCAST: Bronte Capital hedge fund manager John Hempton on what makes a good business, and the perils of shorting stocks

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross shorted shares of a Kremlin-linked company days before a bombshell story dropped

'The stock market has sucked on nitrous oxide' -- Wall Street's most feared short seller just called out a new company, taking a big bite out of its stock