CONN Conn's Inc.

$33.05 +6.44%

252,653 Shares Traded
407,401 Average Volume (last 30 days)

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

Short Pain Metrics

Approximate Amount of Money Shorts Have Lost on the Day: $9.07 million
If Intiated on the First, Shorts Have Realized a Year to Date Return of:11.72%
If Intiated One Month Ago, Shorts Have Realized a Return of:14.57%
If Initiated Five Days ago, Shorts Have Realized a Return of:2.76%
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 EverythingShort Squeeze Either Occurring or Squeeze Potential Rising - Pay More Attention to Catalysts and Fundamentals
200 Day Moving Average Indicator Bullish
50 Day Moving Average Indicator Bearish
52 Week High/Low Indicator Neutral

Short Stats

Short Percent to Float 16.18%
Short Interest4.54 million
Float28.04 million
Short Ratio12.44
Market Cap$992.88 million
Market Maker ActivityDaily Short Volume


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Smart Money Sentiment

Institutional Ownership (Top 15 Funds) 84.4%

Earnings Stats

PE Ratio -83.29
Dividend Yield 0%
Peer EarningsEarnings Calendar


200 Day Moving Average $25.54
50 Day Moving Average $33.85
52 Week High $37.8
52 Week Low $7.75

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