CBB Cincinnati Bell Inc.


336,838 Shares Traded
299,800 Average Volume (last 30 days)

as of February 23, 2018 EST IEX Real-Time Price

Short Pain Metrics

Approximate Amount of Money Shorts Have Made on the Day: $42.29 million
If Intiated on the First, Shorts Have Realized a Year to Date Return of:31.91%
If Intiated One Month Ago, Shorts Have Realized a Return of:21.74%
If Initiated Five Days ago, Shorts Have Realized a Return of:4.95%
Peer Potential Short Squeezes Near Real Time Screener
*Please note the actual returns of shorts could be different as they started from different points

Daily Indicators

Daily Short Pain Indicator [i] - Always Use Fundamentals on EverythingNeutral
200 Day Moving Average Indicator Bearish
50 Day Moving Average Indicator Bearish
52 Week High/Low Indicator Neutral

Short Stats

Short Percent to Float 7.11%
Short Interest2.82 million
Float39.63 million
Short Ratio10.38
Market Cap$607.47 million
Market Maker ActivityDaily Short Volume


OnX Recognized as Major Player in IDC MarketScape Report (Business Wire)
Cincinnati Bell to Present at Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference (Business Wire)
Cincinnati Bell Inc. 2017 Q4 - Results - Earnings Call Slides (SeekingAlpha)
Cincinnati Bell's (CBB) CEO Leigh Fox on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript (SeekingAlpha)
Cincinnati Bell -3.6% as revenue, guidance come up short (SeekingAlpha)
Cincinnati Bell misses by $0.24, misses on revenue (SeekingAlpha)
Cincinnati Bell Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Results (Business Wire)
Notable earnings before Thursday's open (SeekingAlpha)
GAMCO Announces Nominees at Cincinnati Bell (Business Wire)
Cincinnati Bell Inc. Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017 Earnings Release Date (Business Wire)

Smart Money Sentiment

Institutional Ownership (Top 15 Funds) 77.1%

Earnings Stats

PE Ratio -160
Dividend Yield 0%
Peer EarningsEarnings Calendar


200 Day Moving Average $19.06
50 Day Moving Average $18.21
52 Week High $22.2
52 Week Low $14

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