Short Squeeze Candidates to Watch


When a highly shorted stock climbs in value instead of decreasing, this is known as a short squeeze. Short sellers may be aiming to close off their positions, but they may incur a loss if they are forced to purchase back the shares they borrowed at a higher price. When short sellers are obliged to buy to cover their positions, a squeeze can occur, causing shares to surge higher on numerous occasions.

$HCDI Harbor Custom Development Inc.
Harbor Custom Development Inc is a company that specializes in real estate development. It is involved in the land development cycle, which includes site acquisition, entitlements, project infrastructure construction, home construction, marketing, sales, and project management for a variety of residential projects.

$ATER Aterian Inc.
Aterian Inc is a consumer products company that uses technology. Home and kitchen appliances, kitchenware, environmental appliances (dehumidifiers and air conditioners), beauty-related products, and consumer electronics are among the company's product categories. Vremi, Healing Solutions, Xtava, TRUWEO, Spiralize, Pohl+Schmitt, and RIF6 are some of the brands it owns and operates. The corporation makes money by selling numerous consumer products on the internet.

$LIXT Lixte Biotechnology Holdings Inc.
Lixte Biotech Holdings Inc is a drug development business that employs biomarker technology to find enzyme targets linked to major diseases and then creates new chemicals to address those targets. The company is focused on finding innovative therapeutics for human cancers that are in desperate need of therapy. It primarily develops medications for which there is evidence of an effect on altered cancer cell pathways and which can be administered safely to humans. Drugs for the treatment of cancer, such as protein phosphatase inhibitors and histone deacetylase inhibitors, are part of the company's development program.

Short squeezes still happen, albeit they aren't as common as they were last year, as investors band together to boost a company's stock price.