The Short-Interest Theory is the theory that states that a security that has a high degree of short interest may have a price increase. The main suggestion of the short-interest theory is that heavily shorted stocks are prime candidates for price appreciation in the near term. Because short sellers buy stocks to cover their short positions, it causes a buying pressure that initiates a ‘short squeeze’ thus creating a price spike that is plausible to initiate more short covering.
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