Huge short positions of two well-known hedge funds (mentioning no names - except one rhymes with ice) have buy-stops @ $50 to close. It will trigger a major short squeeze, perhaps the one everyone here has been waiting for.
The shorts have not given up yet. My broker said they are still willing to pay 14%/ year to borrow shares to short, but down from 18-20% just a month ago. The 14% is still among the highest rates I have seen now. SAM has a large short interest, but rate is just a few %. I am tempted to loan my shares, but paperwork is a headache and a little risky.