I have to believe the short interest position was more of a by product of some trying to shake shares
lose by pushing the price down, and scaring the small hands into selling. What we witnessed today was
some big buyers coming to the conclusion that wasn't going to work, and they needed to take their positions
at all cost...Something is brewing.
Two questions....probably off the wall, but here goes
1) Could those Russell funds already be buying to cover themselves ahead of time?
2) When there are a lot of funds who want to get into a position with a company that has a limited number of shares (in Insmed's case approximately 25 million) will the said company ever put up more shares to be available to the funds at a much higher price with a stipulation they have to stay invested for a certain timeframe?