Put a limit order of $1000/sh on your shares. That will remove your shares from the pool of shares available to "borrow" (short).
Don't kill the messenger.
Sunedison Inc (NYSE:SUNE) fell by over 10% in early morning trading before rallying back to some 3% in the red, after the analysts at Axiom Capital downgraded the company, stating that investors no longer believe management’s forward guidance after the string of bad misses. Sunedison Inc (NYSE:SUNE) shares remain extremely volatile after the company reported disappointing third quarter earnings. Axiom has a ‘Sell’ rating and a $2 price target. Our data show many hedge fund managers, including John Hempton and David Einhorn disagree with Axiom (see Einhorn’s recent comments on Sunedison). Of the around 730 elite funds we track, 93 funds owned $5.68 billion of Sunedison’s shares on June 30, accounting for 69.10% of the float.
The new progressive curriculum teaches them to be whinny brats with zero tolerance for differing points of view.
You can just do this by putting a limit order for, say, $1000/share. That makes your shares unavailable for "borrowing".