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Should we have a flair specifically for companies that are being heavily bet against to go bankrupt?

Here me out,

As a recession looms, so do short sellers and their investment strategies.

With that said, there could vary well be a large amount of companies that were once not long ago, at or above the 1.5B mkt cap requirement for this sub that have been or will become heavily devalued based on our economic situation.

This would leave a lot of great stocks and investment opportunities off the table for this sub.

I’m not talking about penny stocks and shit like that, but I mean we could have a vetting process so that it only allows stocks that were once trading at 1.5B or higher mkt cap in the last trailing 12-18 months to be discussed.

The flair could be something like “bankornot”, I don’t know.

Submitted August 01, 2022 at 03:27AM by ShortChecker
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