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28.04.01 15:59

4579 Postings, 7610 Tage tom68Top 20 der meistgeshorteten Aktien April 01

Datum: 27.04. 22:11 Top 20 der meistgeshorteten Aktien April 01


Top 20 der meistgeshorteten Aktien April 2001.

Am 15. Tag eines jeden Monats müssen alle Shortbestände der SEC gemeldet werden. Anbei eine Auflistung der Aktien mit hohen Short Interest Rates. Bei der Short Interest Rate handelt es sich um die absolute Anzahl geshorteter Aktien. Für die eigentliche Einschätzung wie stark eine Aktie geshortet wird, eignet sich jedoch die Short Ratio besser.


1 WCOM WorldCom Inc. 80,478,309
2 DELL Dell Computer Corporation 58,717,539
3 AMZN Amazon.com Inc. 50,295,668
4 MSFT Microsoft Corporation 47,163,033
5 INTC Intel Corporation 45,474,870
6 AMAT Applied Materials Inc. 37,591,140
7 YHOO Yahoo! Inc. 37,495,539
8 CMCSK Comcast Corporation 36,497,747
9 ORCL Oracle Corporation 32,808,991
10 JDSU JDS Uniphase Corporation 32,087,299
11 LVLT Level 3 Communications Inc. 31,716,578
12 MCLD McLeodUSA Incorporated 27,750,334
13 SEBL Siebel Systems Inc. 26,201,325
14 VRTS VERITAS Software Corporation 25,474,611
15 BEAS BEA Systems Inc. 23,667,919
16 COVD Covad Communications Group Inc. 23,186,901
17 EXDS Exodus Communications Inc. 22,750,096
18 CIEN CIENA Corporation 21,709,053
19 NXTL Nextel Communications Inc. 21,051,695
20 GSTRF Globalstar Telecommunications Limited 20,886,924


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28.04.01 16:02

4579 Postings, 7610 Tage tom68Top 100 März 01 - Zuwachs Shortpositionen

Datum: 28.04. 00:20 Top 100 März 01 - Zuwachs Shortpositionen


Anbei für den März 2001 die TOP 100 der Aktien, bei denen es von Februar auf März zu einem starken Anstieg der geshorteten Aktien gekommen ist. Hinter den Kürzeln der Aktien ist die Anzahl der neu hinzugekommen geshorteten Aktien angegeben. Auf dem stark ermäßigten Kursniveau wird weiter massiv geshortet. Sollte sich die Verfassung der US Wirtschaft doch schlagartig bessern ist mit einem gigantischen Short Squeeze zu rechnen !

1 Cisco Systems, Inc. CSCO 15.86M

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2 WorldCom, Inc. WCOM 15.44M

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3 Ariba, Inc. ARBA 12.64M

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4 WinStar Communications, Inc. WCII 10.63M

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5 Microsoft Corporation MSFT 9.99M

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6 Regions Financial Corporation RGBK 9.46M

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7 VeriSign, Inc. VRSN 8.37M

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8 BEA Systems, Inc. BEAS 7.97M

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9 VERITAS Software Corporation VRTS 6.13M

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10 Charter Communications, Inc. CHTR 5.75M

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11 Applied Materials, Inc. AMAT 5.63M

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12 Intel Corporation INTC 5.60M

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13 Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN 5.53M

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14 Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. CHKP 5.30M

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15 Shire Pharmaceuticals Group, plc SHPGY 5.18M

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16 Palm, Inc. PALM 5.14M

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17 i2 Technologies, Inc. ITWO 5.12M

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18 BroadVision, Inc. BVSN 4.87M

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19 KLA-Tencor Corporation KLAC 4.41M

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20 NVIDIA Corporation NVDA 4.04M

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21 Novellus Systems, Inc. NVLS 4.00M

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22 Intermedia Communications Inc. ICIX 3.97M

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23 Juniper Networks, Inc. JNPR 3.77M

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24 Comverse Technology, Inc. CMVT 3.71M

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25 webMethods, Inc. WEBM 3.65M

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26 XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. XMSR 3.49M

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27 Portal Software, Inc. PRSF 3.35M

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28 Broadcom Corporation BRCM 3.09M

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29 Comcast Corporation CMCSK 2.78M

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30 Commerce One, Inc. CMRC 2.71M

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31 Tellabs, Inc. TLAB 2.61M

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32 Xilinx, Inc. XLNX 2.58M

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33 Intuit Inc. INTU 2.39M

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34 Business Objects S.A. BOBJ 2.37M

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35 Yahoo! Inc. YHOO 2.33M

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36 Luminent, Inc. LMNE 2.29M

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37 Network Appliance, Inc. NTAP 2.28M

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38 Adelphia Communications Corporation ADLAC 2.02M

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39 Costco Wholesale Corporation COST 1.98M

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40 Paychex, Inc. PAYX 1.97M

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41 Applied Micro Circuits Corporation AMCC 1.92M

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42 Sybase, Inc. SYBS 1.92M

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43 Handspring, Inc. HAND 1.86M

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44 CheckFree Corporation CKFR 1.75M

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45 QUALCOMM Incorporated QCOM 1.72M

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46 ASM Lithography Holding N.V. ASML 1.71M

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47 Credence Systems Corporation CMOS 1.66M

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48 Maxtor Corporation MXTR 1.65M

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49 Newport Corporation NEWP 1.65M

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50 Cabot Microelectronics Corporation CCMP 1.63M

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51 Siebel Systems, Inc. SEBL 1.63M

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52 TMP Worldwide Inc. TMPW 1.62M

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53 Metromedia Fiber Network, Inc. MFNX 1.58M

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54 Human Genome Sciences, Inc. HGSI 1.51M

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55 EXFO Electro-Optical Engineering EXFO 1.50M

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56 Lam Research Corporation LRCX 1.49M

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57 CSG Systems International, Inc. CSGS 1.48M

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58 GlobeSpan, Inc. GSPN 1.47M

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59 Research in Motion Limited RIMM 1.45M

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60 EarthLink, Inc. ELNK 1.45M

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61 CIENA Corporation CIEN 1.44M

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62 Maxim Integrated Products, Inc. MXIM 1.44M

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63 New Focus, Inc. NUFO 1.42M

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64 Fastenal Company FAST 1.41M

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65 Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. KREM 1.41M

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66 RCN Corporation RCNC 1.40M

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67 American Power Conversion Corporation APCC 1.37M

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68 Transmeta Corporation TMTA 1.35M

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69 eBay Inc. EBAY 1.33M

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70 Vignette Corporation VIGN 1.30M

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71 Internet Security Systems Inc ISSX 1.26M

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72 Mercury Interactive Corporation MERQ 1.24M

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73 Genzyme General GENZ 1.23M

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74 DDi Corp. DDIC 1.23M

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75 Global Industries, Ltd. GLBL 1.21M

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76 Alamosa Holdings, Inc. APCS 1.20M

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77 RealNetworks, Inc. RNWK 1.18M

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78 PacifiCare Health Systems, Inc. PHSY 1.15M

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79 Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation VTSS 1.10M

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80 Amkor Technology, Inc. AMKR 1.09M

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81 Metricom, Inc. MCOM 1.08M

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82 Acxiom Corporation ACXM 1.07M

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83 Emulex Corporation EMLX 1.06M

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84 Sawtek Inc. SAWS 1.06M

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85 BISYS Group, Inc. (The) BSYS 1.06M

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86 Informatica Corporation INFA 1.04M

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87 Altera Corporation ALTR 1.02M

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88 Redback Networks Inc. RBAK 1.01M

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89 Art Technology Group, Inc. ARTG 999.5K

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90 Computer Network Technology Corporation CMNT 987.5K

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91 Oracle Corporation ORCL 968.0K

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92 At Home Corporation ATHM 956.9K

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93 Riverstone Networks, Inc. RSTN 934.1K

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94 J.D. Edwards & Company JDEC 921.7K

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95 Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. DLTR 921.0K

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96 Bank United Corp. Litigation Contingent BNKUZ 915.3K

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97 Knight Trading Group, Inc. NITE 912.6K

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98 Macromedia, Inc. MACR 899.8K

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99 ATI Technologies Inc. ATYT 899.4K

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100 E.piphany, Inc. EPNY 892.0K


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28.04.01 16:06
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70684 Postings, 8074 Tage KickyLink für shorts

auch hier zu finden:http://www.dimgroup.com/cgi-bin/increase.pl?show=all
 

28.04.01 17:02

132 Postings, 7791 Tage mkonradxDanke Kicky, sowas habe ich schon lange gesucht! o.T.

28.04.01 17:08

70684 Postings, 8074 Tage Kickyhier noch was für Dich

weiss nicht warum die nicht blau werden:

http://www.viwes.com/invest/shorts/sum4.html
oder zu www.nasdaq.com und hier den Wert eingeben bei quotes,dann auf Fundamentals und hier unten auf Short interest gehen,da gibt´s auch neuere Daten  

28.04.01 17:09

51341 Postings, 7837 Tage eckiIn welchen Zeiträumen müssen geshortete Aktien

wieder glattgestellt werden, oder kann bei entsprechender Deckung das praktisch ewig gehalten werden, bei steigenden Kursen?
Ähnlich wie das Aussitzen von heruntergekommen Aktien, bei denen der Verkaufszeitpunkt verpasst wurde.  

28.04.01 17:11

51341 Postings, 7837 Tage ecki@kicky:

Mit vorangestellter leerzeile wird es blau.

http://www.dimgroup.com/cgi-bin/increase.pl?show=all
 

28.04.01 17:22

70684 Postings, 8074 Tage Kickyhier ein Artikel aus meinem Speicher von street.co

When you buy, you take it for granted that the stock you buy will be delivered to you. When you sell the stock, you get the difference between the price you paid and the price you sold it at. Your stock is returned automatically to the buyer.

 
Smarter Money: Join the discussion on TSC Message Boards.  

Short-selling works the same way. You sell the stock. You buy it back, or "cover," and you get the difference. If it went higher, you lose; if it went lower, you made money.

There is one giant difference, however. When you buy a stock, you know it is going to be delivered to your account. When you sell it short, you don't own the stock, so there is no surety to the process.

You have to be able to borrow the stock first to be able to short it. You have to find out from your broker if the stock can be borrowed first.

That's a difficult process sometimes. First the stock you want to sell short must be located. A whole department in a brokerage house, the "Locate" department, tries to find the stock. Sometimes it is impossible to find because there are no shares around to borrow. This "hard-to-borrow" status occurs when stocks that have a very small float get ganged up on by a group of short-sellers.

Why else does a stock get hard to borrow? Often the owners of stock don't allow their stock to be used by short-sellers. They take their stock out of the borrowing box that each investment firm has. So for example, let's say you own National Gift Wrap.com and you are convinced the fundamentals are strong. But you think the shorts are leaning all over your stock, pressing it down.

You may be unwittingly aiding the shorts by allowing your National Gift Wrap.com shares to be let out to short-sellers. It will be lent out if you say nothing because you signed a "hypothecation" agreement when you opened your account, allowing them to lend it out. That's one of the great secrets of Wall Street. It happens automatically unless you say something.

If you take National Gift Wrap out of Street name, or request that it can't be borrowed by short-sellers, the brokers have to obey your wishes. Are you an unwitting abettor of the bears on National Gift? Ask yourself that question with any stock you are long.

When stocks get hard to borrow, sometimes the short-seller has to pay, literally pay cash, to find the stock he needs to stay short. He pays it as a percentage of the dollar amount that he sells short. People right now are paying as high as 15% of the proceeds to stay short on hard-to-borrow names.

What happens if you short a stock and the stock can't be borrowed? In other words, more stock is shorted than can be found because so much has been taken out of Street name and so little floats to begin with?

Ahh, now that's the biggest question. I have had it happen to me several times and it is quite frightening even for professionals. First, you get warned by your custody broker that you are "failing to deliver" stock. You complain, if you shorted legitimately, that you got a locate first. Your custody broker then tells you another Wall Street secret: It doesn't matter. If you have a locate and the stock has, in the interim, become hard to borrow, you are just plain out of luck. You have to scramble to find stock all over again, and if the broker can't find it, you probably won't be able to find it either.

The custody broker will then threaten to "buy in" your stock. These are the two most dangerous words in the lexicon of the short-seller. That means the broker will simply go into the open market and buy your stock back wherever he wants.

So, you are short National Gift. You have a borrow. The stock is at 15. It rallies to 23. You get a call from the custody broker saying that he can't find any stock anywhere and that he needs you to deliver stock to keep your short.

You then say, "Not fair, I got a locate. I already used the stock you lent me."

Stock loan says, "Sorry, the situation has changed. If more stock doesn't come in for sale from natural long-sellers, we are going to have to buy you in."

One tactic that the shorts then do is to offer even more stock, even though it is short, particularly before the opening, to "make the stock look heavy." That's the actual term for this travesty. Short-sellers need to beleaguer longs into selling. It's a common tactic and one that usually works.

Long-sellers materialize and the delivery gets completed. That's short-selling tactics at its nastiest but, some would say, at its best.

But if it doesn't bring out sellers, then the "buy-in" process starts.

Here is another great mystery of Wall Street. What happens in a buy-in is that the stock loan department executes an order in your behalf to buy the stock back. You don't even know it! You find out the next day that you bought stock that is then used to complete somebody else's sale.

It is done, sometimes at market prices, sometimes above market prices, usually in the last hours of the day when it is clear that no new stock has come in. It is devastating to the short and moves the stock up smartly.

I know that this whole process seems unfair to the short-sellers, but nobody ever said that long-sellers and short-sellers were created equal. The reason why my firm does very little shorting is because the mechanics are so hard. This buy-in process tends to stack the deck against the short-seller.

It can be very frightening to study your run the next morning and see that you bought National Gift without your knowledge. But that's the way of the world.

That's why I keep stressing that you need to know how much of a stock's float is short before you short aggressively.

If I know that National Gift is heavily shorted, I am careful not to jump in and complicate the situation. Even if I believe the stock is headed lower, I could be wrong precisely because a stock is hard to borrow.

So if you are going to get in this game, know the rules, and know that the rules change when a stock gets "tight," or hard to borrow, tipping the balance in favor of the longs against the shorts.

It happens every day.


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James J. Cramer is manager of a hedge fund and co-founder of TheStreet.com.
 

29.04.01 15:43

3516 Postings, 7898 Tage baanbruchKicky, Danke! Sehr interessant! o.T.

29.04.01 16:37

51341 Postings, 7837 Tage eckiKicky: Sehr interessant! Verständnisfrage:

Versthe ich das richtig, wenn die short gehen, gibt es keinen festen Termin für Rückkauf. Der einzige Grund , dass man zum Rückkauf gezwungen werden kann, ist die nichtverfügbarkeit von ausleihbaren Aktien.
Und der "normale" Anleger stellt seine Aktien praktisch automatisch den shortern zur Verfügung, ausser er widerspricht ausdrücklich?

Wenn die short- Rate weiterhin so ansteigt, ist es kein Wunder dass die Märkte immer volatiler werden.  

29.04.01 20:36

70684 Postings, 8074 Tage Kicky@ecki-interessanter link

ganze Artikelserie,muss man unten weiterklicken:

http://www.tradewire.de/tus532.php3
 

29.04.01 23:22

51341 Postings, 7837 Tage eckiSchön einfach auf deutsch erklärt was shorten ist.

Danke kicky für den link.  

30.04.01 16:43

51341 Postings, 7837 Tage eckiHeute ein Short Squeeze

Das treibt die Märkte.  

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