Gamestop Wasn’t The End: 150+ Stocks Are Positioned For Squeeze Profits

The economy is reopening and showing strong signs of growth – and its shooting the market to new all-time highs with every passing day.

Plus, earnings season is finally here, which should give the market a catalyst for another rally higher.

Things are looking good for the average investor, but for short sellers – the world is burning.

Short sellers have been busy adding to their positions over the past month, hoping and praying that stocks will fall off the cliff they’ve built.

And every time they add a new short to their portfolio, our trade candidates grow.

In fact, there are now over 150 stocks about to enter a short-squeeze – that’s up from 127 just two weeks ago.

Why should you care about these short squeezes?

Well, you remember GameStop Inc. (NYSE:GME), don’t you?

This infamous short-squeeze ignited a movement that has led to over $11 million being up for grabs in the market every second of every day – and this cutting-edge, predictive platform can help you take advantage of the phenomenon.

Although GME’s 1,700% jump is an extremely rare case, it’s the quintessential example of a short squeeze – and the profit opportunities that come along with it.

And my data shows three stocks you can squeeze right now…


Buyers Are Leaving the Market – and It’s Flashing This Warning Sign

The big story of last week wasn’t a story at all. It was the lack thereof – the eerie quiet in the market.

We saw the S&P 500 drop to its lowest weekly volume figures since October. But back then, we had a reason: everybody was waiting for the presidential results before investing in stocks again.

This time around, the low buying isn’t as easily to nail down. We were charting into new all-time highs, but volume was abysmally low.

In fact, last Friday’s volume was the lowest since Christmas Eve 2020.

This is a big, flashing sign that buyers are pumping the brakes ahead of earnings season, which starts this week with companies like JP Morgan (JPM), Fastenal (FAST), Goldman Sachs (GS), Delta Airlines (DAL), and Taiwan Semiconductor (TSM).

It’s a busy week of earnings that’s got great potential to deliver a catalyst for the next 5-10% rally in the S&P 500.

Historically, we’d see a lot – and I mean a lot – of “buying-the-rumor” around this time of year, the financial sector alone would usually rally around 8%.

But this year, traders haven’t been so eager.

Nobody is buying anything.

But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. From a sentiment perspective, this lack of “buy-the-rumor” activity is actually a good thing for two reasons…

Or two stocks, to be more specific.

These names stand to benefit the most from this low volume