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Top 10 Short Squeeze Stocks – October 5, 2021: PROG, APOP, ATER, BMRA, MRIN, CEI & More

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PROG Stock: announced $20M Registered Direct Offering of Common Stock Priced at Premium to Market Under Nasdaq Rules. The offering news hammered the stock price in intraday trading, down about -21%, currently trading around $1.40 per share. The stock is still highly volatile with heavy shorts and could bounce back if the volume picks up in the discounted price. PROG becomes the number one short squeeze potential stock in our daily chart.

BMRA Stock: drop from number 1 to number 4 with still having more than 20 days to cover the shorts and borrow rate fee decreasing.

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RankSecurityMarket Cap (MM)Short Interest % FloatDays to CoverBorrow Fee Rate
1PROG / Progenity Inc180.345.050.2939.17
2APOP / Cellect Biotechnology Ltd.17.9330.560.14103.14
3ATER / Aterian, Inc.518.6340.730.2887.08
4BMRA / Biomerica, Inc.55.929.5420.8911.6
5MRIN / Marin Software Inc141.4413.730.1542.43
6CEI / Camber Energy Inc394.941.90.049.26
7ACY / AeroCentury Corp.92.7212.520.95108.47
8LPTX / Leap Therapeutics Inc348.6714.910.5711.45
9HLBZ / Helbiz, Inc. Class A Common stock379.460.15344.15
10GROM / Grom Social Enterprises Inc.
The Finance Headline: Top 10 Short Squeeze Potential Stocks – October 5, 2021

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