Following requests from Short Selling’s users, the business decided to compile more data for popular American and European stocks. In the past few months, shorting positions in Sweden and Finland been added to the website, in addition to American stocks. Investment firms such as Blackrock, Citadel, Marshall Wace and JP Morgan has been increasingly active the last few weeks in the Scandinavian markets.
One of latest addition for ShortSelling.com is the classification into groups. Some of the popular shorting sectors include cannabis stocks and real estate companies. Meanwhile, many investors are looking for healthcare and oil & gas stocks on the buy side at the moment.
This week, Short Selling launched a compilation of broker estimations for 1000’s of stocks. While some highly popular stocks such as Tesla include 10 sell recommendations, 2 underweight, 11 hold, 1 overweight and 7 buy recommendations. Short Selling even include a list of the average target price for Tesla, which currently is $921 while the stock is trading above $1600 per share. The highest target price for Tesla is currently at 2322, by the analyst Alex Potter from Piper Sandler. The most pessimistic Tesla analysts, Ryan Brinkman from JP Morgan, increase his target for Tesla shares to $295.
For a graphically appealing overview of Tesla’s price targets and live share price, visit https://www.shortselling.com/stocks/tsla/.
Uber shares are even more highly rated by analysts, with 32 buying suggestions, 3 overweight and only 5 hold and 1 sell recommendation. Shares in Uber cost around $33/share, while the average target price is $41.4, the lowest target price is 22.5 and the most positive analyst suggest a target price at $58 per share for Uber.
It’s possible to search other stock as well in order to get prices and analyst price targets and estimation ranges on ShortSelling.com. The website gives news, facts and comparisons for anyone looking to go long or short, find out about risks and estimations or simply looking for a new broker for online trading. The goal of ShortSelling.com is to educate visitors about modern short selling with a 3-step approach. For shorter news articles about stocks and indices, there is also a section called flash news that briefly bring up the essence of breaking news.