The Nasdaq may be approaching a 14-year high, but short-sellers in these five stocks have been absolutely unrelenting.
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The Nasdaq Composite has rallied more prolifically than any other U.S index since the recession, yet short-sellers are nonetheless digging into these five companies.
Despite a 38% gain in the technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite in 2013, short-sellers have piled into these five stocks.
Here are five companies that got it wrong this week.
The Nasdaq may be up 34% year to date, and the U.S. economy may be pointing to an ongoing recovery, but skeptics have nonetheless piled onto these five most-hated stocks.
The Nasdaq Composite may be up 30% year to date, but clearly not everyone is on the same page. Here are five stocks being targeted heavily by pessimists within the Nasdaq.
The Nasdaq is up more than 200% since March 2009, but you'll find nothing but pessimism for these five companies.
Is this meaningful or just another movement?
The Nasdaq Composite may be leading the pack this year, up 18%, but pessimists are building a brick wall around these five most hated Nasdaq components.
Is this meaningful, or just another movement?