New York, Nov 28: Fintel.io, a provider of advanced research tools for data-driven investors, has developed a mathematical model that provides investors and traders with data that identifies the most-shorted stocks by ranking companies on a number of factors such as relative short interest, borrow fee rates, trading volume, and others. The Australian Short Interest Leaderboard provides a leaderboard ranking of companies with the highest short interest so traders can easily identify companies with the highest negative sentiment by institutional investors. The leaderboard is also useful for identifying potential short squeeze opportunities. Short Squeeze Scores scoring model ranges from 0 to 100, with 100 being most likely, relative to its peers. The Australian Short Squeeze Leaderboard also compiles data like Short Interest per cent Float, Change in Volume, Change in Price, and Borrow Fee Rate into an easy-to-use leaderboard for investors to reference when making decisions. Fintel.io is an equity research platform designed to help data-driven investors make better investing decisions. It provides deep analytics on a variety of market data, including fund ownership, insider trading activity, short interest, and company financials. The company currently tracks over 30,000 funds and over 63,000 securities traded worldwide. Information includes fund holdings, fund sentiment, financial data, and regulatory filings. The company was founded by Melbourne-based entrepreneur Wilton Risenhoover in 2015.
Below are the list of most-shorted Australian companies by as of today at 9pm Eastern Time:
- NIC / Nickle Mines, Ltd. (96.77)
- OBL / Oil Basins, Ltd. (96.76)
- FMG / Fortescue Metals Group, Ltd. (96.49)
- MIN / Mineral Resources, Ltd. (96.33)
- RMS / Ramelius Resources, Ltd. (96.13)
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