For a short to be in any kind of trouble they would've had to short NEWL 3 cents a share. Split adjusted! You do realize that NEWL hasn't gone up in years and years. Slip adjusted NEWL is at 6 cents a share. The current price you see to the right of the screen you're looking at has to be DIVIDED BY 50= NEWL @ 6 PENNIES.........It's amazing to me that the recent REVERSE SPLITS are not FACTOR IN by the current BRAIN DEAD morons who wake up in a whole new world like a duck in a pond.....LMFAO!
The stock is up 300% and it is costing them money to hold. Don't try to justify giving good winnings up. The stock is still cheap and you best learn how to cover before you learn the hard way. Your shorts will be worthless paper before you know it.