Any particular reason why you think that? Or are you just throwing it out there. I can point to an opposite example of a spread decreasing (EEQ/EEP). Bottom line is every situation is different, and nobody can predict the future.
There are more short increase in LNCO than LINE in the past 2 months, net decrease of short interest on LINE for half a million shares and a corresponding increase of same amount of shorted shares in LNCO. I am sure there are more outstanding shares of LINE than LNCO, with any good news in next ER, LNCO will rebound a lot higher than LINE. Both stocks have similar short