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Dollar Tree Inc  (NAS:DLTR) Short Interest: 2.58%, 5.94 Mil (As of Today)

Short interest can be expressed as a percentage by dividing the number of shares sold short by the total number of outstanding shares. As of today, Dollar Tree Inc's Short Percentage of Float is 2.58%.

Short interest can also simply be expressed as the number of shares sold short by investors but not yet covered or closed out. As of today, Dollar Tree Inc's short interest is 5.94 Mil.


Historical Data

* All numbers are in millions except for per share data and ratio. All numbers are in their local exchange's currency.

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Dollar Tree Inc Annual Data

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Dollar Tree Inc Quarterly Data

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Competitive Comparison
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Calculation

Short interest can be expressed as a percentage by dividing the number of shares sold short by the total number of outstanding shares. For example, 3% short interest means that 3% of the outstanding shares are held short.

Short interest can also simply be expressed as the number of shares sold short by investors but not yet covered or closed out.


Explanation

Short interest is a market-sentiment indicator that tells whether investors think a stock's price is likely to fall. Short interest can also be compared over time to examine changes in investor sentiment. Investors use short interest to make predictions about the direction a particular stock is headed, and to measure the bullishness or bearishness of investors' sentiment towards the market as a whole.


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