The system does not allow naked shorting...FINRA monitors this closely.
If you want to know if LLEN or any stock you trade has the signs that may indicate naked shorting, (shorting of securities by borrowing shares that don't exist" all you have to do is look for "failure to deliver " notices, which may indicate a problem.
People who enter a short sale, borrow shares from a broker or short their own shares. The average trader has nothing to do with a naked short. it's the broker who screws up and loans shares he does not have. Finra will see this in the data and come down on them like a ton of bricks.
I really get tired of seeing comments like yours. They are born of ignorance.
If you look into LLEN's trading, you will not find "failure to deliver notices". At least there were none the last time I looked which was late last year.
everyone know that finra monitoring is a joke....come on....they don't have the fun or the resources to monitor everything!.....also, "failure to deliver" are rule for people who play by them.....but when it come to American greed!!!!!! you know what type of rule they are playing.....