NYSE and Australian Stocks with High Short Interest Short Percentage of Shares Outstanding

These are the stocks with the highest short interest as measured by Short Percentage of Shares Outstanding. Data is updated daily and only available for stocks traded on The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
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Short Interest
Short Percentage Of Shares Outstanding
Short Ratio
% Above 52-Week Low
% Below 52-Week High
PE Ratio
Dividend Yield %
The dividend yield is the ratio of a company's annual dividend compared to its share price. More
Market Cap ($M)
Market cap is the total market value to buy the whole company. It is equal to the share price times the number of Shares Outstanding (EOP). More
$14.800.05710.254.7450.25%99.84%001,110.46
$1.1313.7838.5112.9517.71%94.02%0040.45
$8.1914.7337.519.84145.95%53.41%00321.76
$1.70114.6036.3412.9884.78%51.98%00536.18
$23.7523.4935.6329.968.35%29.10%9.137.961,558.92
$134.117.1833.847.6380.01%18.47%31.4802,845.31
$11.0633.6733.026.732.88%35.96%013.741,127.76
$43.7412.3732.978.1828.38%19.21%12.613.481,640.25
$3.858.5130.6927.3735.56%67.54%00108.16
$21.8724.3329.2013.4087.73%40.33%001,826.26
$29.412.6329.053.03160.27%43.91%00267.07
$72.236.9526.1717.4029.61%26.86%11.500.551,917.28
$2.97236.9925.945.3873.68%46.96%3.4904,846.22
$62.8617.7825.3613.7864.77%29.41%004,448.40
$1.8143.6525.2817.601.12%71.09%037.29313.97
$7.3657.0525.079.5832.14%49.76%5.4101,677.17
$10.058.1524.5511.66229.51%49.75%00.50334.20
$15.5418.8124.2610.2767.10%54.75%01.611,136.79
$33.8213.1824.1024.4556.00%45.73%001,887.27
$16.5320.1724.038.1927.06%27.18%001,387.26
$13.3612.0323.5825.3337.73%36.23%10.950681.82
$5.9116.6123.5812.387.26%52.53%014.21457.11
$26.3915.4923.537.2472.71%11.11%24.213.031,747.73
$20.1722.0523.4820.382.07%19.03%45.846.941,894.81
$11.7127.4923.2615.542.00%58.28%10.463.071,328.92
$22.7215.1422.0718.8212.81%31.03%41.3101,531.21
$4.3014.7921.5971.90%63.22%33.080294.67
$45.9511.9721.432750.16%11.45%02.182,708.20
$2.4217.7121.1115.6413.08%47.96%2.990203.20
$98.677.3120.9813.6168.70%15.59%108.4303,433.96
$4.3124.1820.7913.3073.79%19.44%00500.94
$57.409.3220.7324.3521.35%8.01%03.852,587.45
$17.6210.0620.5220.174.57%40.57%8.905.68863.70
$5.1537.5420.1820.2411.23%38.98%12.5619.42958.28
$28.3210.4120.0917.517.89%32.18%23.0201,466.93
$17.7724.1520.0312.4429.52%24.74%9.0202,142.19
$17.6815.5819.9014.1710.43%19.01%7.755.661,345.92
$1.1931.9319.887.960%79.80%4.100190.71
$11.2522.2019.4414.8025%48.35%001,286.33
$11.1014.6619.268.26360.58%36.68%00.90849.85
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What is High Short Interest Screen?


As its name implies, the "High Short Interest" screen lists the companies with a high number of shares short compared to total shares outstanding.

Short selling allows investors to seek a profit on stocks they expect will decline. Investopedia adds that the short interest ratio allows investors to gauge investor sentiment on the stock; for example, if a stock’s short interest increases in a certain period, it suggests more people believe the stock will fall. Contrarian investors might use this as a bullish signal because if everyone is selling, the stock might be viewed as undervalued.