Why Wendy’s Stock Crashed Today
Anders Bylund, 02 April 2020
Shares of fast-food chain Wendy’s (NASDAQ:WEN) fell as much as 8.6% on Thursday even though the market trended upward in general. Noted short-seller Jim Chanos appeared on CNBC in the morning and said that he still expects several food-service stocks (including Wendy’s) to continue falling. After mounting a partial recovery, the stock closed Thursday’s trading 4.4% lower.
The founder of short-selling investment firm Kynikos Associates appeared on CNBC’s Halftime Report, where he said that the firm still is short-selling restaurant stocks such as Wendy’s, Burger King parent Restaurant Brands (NYSE:QSR), and Dunkin’ Brands (NASDAQ:DNKN). Restaurant Brands shares fell as much as 5.4% today, and Dunkin bottomed out at a drop of 8.2%.
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Why Tucows Inc. Shares Fell 23% in January
Anders Bylund, 09 February 2018
In late January 2021, GameStop experienced a once-in-a-decade squeeze that has captivated the world’s attention. It was a premeditated and programmatic exercise, orchestrated by coordinated stock and option buying across the retail and professional community, resulting in large institutional entities losing billions of dollars. Investment houses with significant short positions did not expect a stock with GameStop’s fundamental profile to increase +2,500% in price over less than three weeks; therefore, they did not have the controls in place to handle the incredible levels of stock and call option purchases. The frenzy drew comments from the White House, provoked a social media crackdown, caused brokerage units to restrict trading, and has led to a Congressional hearing on GameStop on Thursday, February 18th.
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