going through extraordinary moves to the upside — moves we haven’t witnessed in years.
One of the reasons behind this movement is a short squeeze. A short squeeze happens when the price of a stock rapidly increases and causes the short-sellers (investors who bet the stock would fall) to scramble to buy the stock to avoid even more money loss, which pushes the stock up even higher.
That’s why stocks with a heavy short interest, like GameStop, are experiencing upward buying pressure and are going haywire on the stock market.
And while GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) is still going strong on Wall Street, we have discovered two plays that could be the next short squeeze to go viral…
And we have a feeling that prices on equities could double or even triple from where they are now.