There were 12.1 millions shares were short sellers before Friday and the volume on Friday were 15.69 millions shares had been traded that clearly showed there was a "SHORT SQUEEZE" most of the short sellers if not all had been covered specially DMND average volume is 1.7 millions my guess is not going to have another short squeeze maybe major new short sellers will push this stock lower or a major profits taking sell off.
You are wrong
When you see volume of 15 million you can be sure that less than 3 million changed hands
Beleiv me most of the short did not covered yet
If 15 million will cover in one day you gona get spyke of 300%
As for volume, unless it's changed, I believe NASDAQ counts both the sale and the purchase for the total volume, which would mean that half the volume was buyers, and half were the sellers, so plenty of short covering to go yet.
I wish we could see the amount of shorts still there. That will tell you if its going up again on Monday.. I am debating on throwing more money into Diamond and selling at 75.. Should be by end of year.
Hi, young Asiaman, you need to learn a lot about stock markets.
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Learn how to buy under valued stocks, hold them tight, patiently wait, and sell at the market high. This sounds very easy, but not many people can do it.
I have wasted my first 23 year times on day trading, lost some money and have made the 7 figures since 1978.
Always remember that more than 95% day traders lose their money on stock markets.
Are you put all entire retirement plans into this stock?
You will be in trouble 71 years old had no money left all the hype is base on one man never had any thing from company have you heard pump and dump? and the company have very little cash on hand and almost $1 B in debt