How can I short Apple stocks
Apple Short Volume / Total Volume x 100
Apple Short Interest & Volume
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Apple short sales
The following chart shows Apple Inc's short sales volume
Short-selling volume data can provide an indication of investor sentiment. When an investor goes short, he believes that the price of a stock will go down. If the percentage of short sales in the total volume increases, this indicates a bearish (negative) sentiment in the market. If the short sales volume falls, this indicates a bullish (positive) sentiment.
Total number of short stocks traded daily on major US markets.
Total number of short stocks traded divided by the number of stocks traded daily.
Total number of open short positions in a security divided by the number of tradable shares.
The price of a stock with many short positions goes up, forcing short sellers to "cover" their short sales by buying actual stocks, which pushes the price up even further.
Apple share performance
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