AKRO Short Interest Short Squeeze Score Short Shares Available | Shortable Stocks


Trading System Performance for AKRO

Appeared in Fisher Transform Cross Up screen on 2022-11-30
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Shares Outstanding46.76M
Shares Float41.94M
Short Float9.70%

Fails-To-Deliver Data
Data from SEC
Fails Data Availability:
The first half of a given month is available at the end of the month.
The second half of a given month is available at about the 15th of the next month.

2022-11-04 40.96 652
2022-11-01 42.26 513
2022-10-31 40.81 613
2022-10-28 40.97 550
2022-10-27 42.72 3111
2022-10-26 43.93 1608
2022-10-25 44.01 3152
2022-10-24 42.49 308
2022-10-21 40.24 1980
2022-10-19 40.97 466
2022-10-18 39.85 575
2022-10-11 37.75 3008
2022-10-06 38.31 1095
2022-10-05 38.46 5119
2022-10-04 33.44 3315
2022-10-03 34.05 2656
2022-09-30 29.80 6
2022-09-29 28.89 857
2022-09-28 26.65 1411
2022-09-27 26.56 54579

Short Interest

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5:47:00PM ET 10/17/2022

Analyst Actions for AKRO

2022-11-07HC Wainwright
Buy$62.00 → $64
2022-11-07Morgan Stanley
Equal Weight$30.00 → $40
2022-09-14Morgan Stanley
Equal Weight$26.00 → $30
2022-09-13Raymond James
Equal Weight$14.00 → $25

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Updated: 2022-12-07
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Our data come from many places. We have provided this information in one convenient place from exchanges such as NYSE, NASDAQ, and CBOE. Furthermore, the short interest we provide is not sourced solely from one place. Borrow rates are subject to the supply and demand of a company's shortable stock and its overall short interest.

The short interest information we provide is reliable. Its dissemination is regulated by various government agencies. Firms are required to report short interest data to FINRA for each security twice per month.

Dark pool trades are also included in short interest data once a trade is comsummated.

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