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Short-seller calls out Aerojet Rocketdyne for ‘aggressive accounting’ and says losing out to Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin was its ‘...
Short-seller Spruce Point Capital has targeted Aerojet Rocketdyne as having 40-60% downside.
The short seller that accused Aphria of being a ‘shell game with a cannabis business on the side’ declares victory, but the stock is surgi...
QCM declared victory on its Aphria short thesis after the company said its CEO and one of its founders were transitioning out of leadership roles.
A logistics company is surging after announcing a $1 billion stock-buyback program one day after a short seller alleged ‘financial irregularitie...
XPO Logisitcs surged Friday morning after announcing a $1 billion buyback program, one day after a short seller alleged "financial irregularities"
Investors betting against FAANG stocks have made billions of dollars as tech stock valuations have plunged this month.
MoviePass is trading at just 2 cents a share, but investors are still piling into bets it’s headed to zero
MoviePass parent Helios and Matheson Analytics has remained a popular target for short sellers, even as shares of the company trade near 2 cents. It's rare for short sellers to continue piling into bets against a company that's already fallen so far.
When he tweeted that he had "funding secured" to take Tesla private, CEO Elon Musk thought the odds were likely in his favor.
Tesla short sellers raked in $1 billion after Elon Musk revealed his personal struggles in an eye-opening interview
A revealing and emotional New York Times interview with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, during which he mused about investors who bet against his company, seems to have given those same investors a big payday on Friday. Tesla short sellers raked in about $1 billion as Tesla stock fell nearly 9% Friday.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk actually has a relatively brief history of counter-attacking short sellers. For much of Tesla's 15-year history, Musk has considered Wall Street something of a necessary, but tolerable, evil. That's changed in the past 12 months.
Elon Musk’s latest Twitter antics have Tesla hurtling into uncharted territory — and could have legal ramifications for the CEO
Elon Musk sent Tesla share soaring on Tuesday after tweeting that he had a $420-per-share deal with "funding secured." The tweet vaults Tesla into uncharted territory and raises multiple legal red flags including a potential securities fraud scenario, according to experts.
Tesla's stock surged as much as 11% on Thursday following the company's strong quarterly earnings report, costing short sellers more than $1 billion. It marks a temporary victory for CEO Elon Musk, who has been locked in months-long battle with Tesla skeptics.