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Ignore the Talking Heads – This is How You Can Find the Next Short Squeeze

If You Blinked, You Missed GameStop’s Latest Rally

The short squeeze play that started the recent trend in targeting short positions did it again.

What’s happening?

I know we’ve talked about short squeeze plays a lot here. But it’s for a good reason – it’s the new wave of investing. And I don’t want you to miss out on it.

After the absolutely meteoric rise in GameStop Corp. (GME) stock captured the attention of nearly every investor in late January, the poster boy of short squeeze trading made another massive move this past week.

On Wednesday, shares of GME were trading just below $50 per share before the final hour of trading saw a massive spike in buying, sending the stock all the way up to a closing price of $91.71.

By Thursday afternoon, GME was trading as high as $184.

While that’s not nearly as impressive as the gargantuan squeeze that retail traders put on the stock in January – sending it above $480 – it still made plenty of money for those that got in on the action.

It also shows that the practice of targeting heavily shorted stocks is far from over.

So, why the sudden revival in GameStop shares?

Let’s take a look…

Where’s the money?

The initial short squeeze on GameStop stock in January was so massive due to the fact that more than 150% of GME stock was being shorted at the time.

And even though that short float was dramatically reduced by the first short squeeze as the big hedge funds were forced to cover their positions, GME stock continues to be among the most heavily shorted stocks on the market, with a short float of around 42%.

All it took to reignite the buying frenzy was a cryptic tweet from Ryan Cohen – co-founder and former CEO of Chewy, Inc. (CHWY) and holder of more than 9 million shares of GME – and the stock was off to the races again.

I’ve said before that the GameStop short squeeze was proof of concept that retail investors can band together to target the huge short positions of hedge funds for some unheard-of profits.

And now it’s done it twice.

But GME is just what you’re seeing in the news. In reality, there’s short squeezes happening every day – you just have to know where to look.

How do I get some?

Everyone’s looking for the next short squeeze stocks. But the guesses are all over the map.

Fortune tells you GME is the next target…

Forbes tells you it’s energy stocks…

Kiplinger says that IFF’s stock is the way to go…

Let’s be real, though – these guys just direct you towards what can line their pockets, not necessarily the best profit opportunities.

And that’s where my system comes in.

I built a system specifically designed to help me hunt down short squeeze stocks. And right now, I’m seeing short squeeze stocks with massive profit potential nearly every single day.

But even though I’d love to let everyone in on this, I can’t let things get too big, too quickly. If I did, I’d be sacrificing potential profits for my subscribers. And that’s the last thing I want to do.

That’s why tonight at midnight, we’re raising the price of this cutting edge research service permanently.

Listen – you’re one of my best readers, so I’m going to keep a few spots open for you at the ground-floor price

But I can only hold the door open for so long – and at midnight, tonight – we’re raising the price permanently.

Everything you need to know is right here.

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