Data: Energous Corporation (WATT)


Energous Corporation (WATT)

Date Open High Low Close* Adj Close** Volume
Apr 30, 2020 2.1500 2.3400 2.0600 2.2400 2.2400 1,576,719
Apr 29, 2020 2.3800 2.4000 2.1200 2.1800 2.1800 2,100,600
Apr 28, 2020 2.2800 2.4500 2.2100 2.3200 2.3200 1,741,200
Apr 27, 2020 2.1000 2.4100 1.9100 2.3100 2.3100 3,809,200
Apr 24, 2020 2.3400 2.3500 2.1500 2.2600 2.2600 2,188,200
Apr 23, 2020 1.9900 2.4000 1.8000 2.3100 2.3100 6,828,600
Apr 22, 2020 2.6900 2.7400 2.0300 2.1800 2.1800 14,387,000
Apr 21, 2020 2.7300 4.1700 2.4500 2.6750 2.6750 123,722,000
Apr 20, 2020 1.0000 1.0700 0.9160 1.0450 1.0450 508,600

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Comment: Do the math: Average sale was $3, now $2 = $50 million in profit in 6 trading days just by selling counterfeit shares.

Data: FINRA Daily Text Files of Short Sales


April 2020 Reg SHO Daily Files

Pursuant to a Securities and Exchange Commission request, FINRA has agreed to make reported short sale trade data publicly available. Daily Short Sale Volume File formatting guide. Please note that in rare instances, files may be updated on the next business day. Original files will be retained and updated files will be identified as “Updated”.

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Data: — Naked Short List, Trigger Alerts & Reports


Regulation SHO took effect January 3, 2005, and provides a new regulatory framework governing short selling of securities. It was designed with the objective of simplifying and modernizing short sale regulation and providing controls where they are most needed. At the conclusion of each settlement day, data is provided on securities in which: 1) there are at least 10,000 shares in aggregate failed deliveries for the security for five consecutive settlement days, and 2) these failures constitute at least 0.5% of the issuer’s total shares outstanding. SEC Regulation SHO, under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, mandates that, if a clearing agent has had a fail-to-deliver position for 13 consecutive settlement days, that clearing agent, and the broker/dealer it clears for, must purchase securities to close out its fail to deliver position.

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Data: SEC Fails-to-Deliver


SEC Fails-to-Deliver

February 2004-April 2020

This text file contains the date, CUSIP numbers, ticker symbols, issuer name, price, and total number of fails-to-deliver (i.e., the balance level outstanding) recorded in the National Securities Clearing Corporation’s (“NSCC”) Continuous Net Settlement (CNS) system aggregated over all NSCC members. Data prior to September 16, 2008 include only securities with a balance of total fails-to-deliver of at least 10,000 shares as of a particular settlement date. Data on or after September 16, 2008 include all securities with a balance of total fails-to-deliver as of a particular settlement date. The data include fails-to-deliver in equity securities.

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Data: ShareIntel DRIL-Down

Data provides a software-as-a-service (SAAS) called ShareIntel DRIL-DownTM that enables public companies like SHIS to proactively track equity flows and identify suspicious, aberrant and/or unusual trading activity.  DRIL-DownTM  identifies Banks, Broker-Dealers and Clearing Firms that have clients that are likely participants to naked short selling (counterfeiting), thus enabling public company fiduciaries to take action. In addition, DRIL-DownTM  tracks critical Broker-Dealer and shareholder movement behind street name enabling public companies to identify who is buying and who is selling their shares, as well as giving them access to a plethora of additional information to help proactively identify and attract likely new investors.

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