3 Short-Squeeze Stocks That Could Actually Be Great Long-Term Investments

While the prospect of a short squeeze all by itself isn’t a great reason to invest in a stock, the combination of short-squeeze potential and a solid long-term business opportunity can be very interesting. In this video, I’ll discuss three stocks — all of which have 30% short interest or higher — that could be big winners for long-term investors.

*Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of March 25, 2024. The video was published on March 26, 2024.

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