#262 - Ihor Dusaniwsky, S3 Partners - When People Say ‘Shorts Only Kill The Stock Price’…No…There’s A Two Way Street In Their Activity

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In episode 262, we welcome our guest, Ihor Dusaniwsky, Managing Director of Predictive Analytics for S3 Partners. In today’s episode, we’re chatting all things short-selling. If you are managing money on behalf of others, or even for your own account and don’t know if you are earning money, or even how much, from lending your securities, this is a must listen.

We cover the mechanics of short selling, that is, what actually happens when someone sells short a security. Ihor has said Tesla is the longest unprofitable short he’s ever seen. We chat Tesla and its status as the number-one short in the market right now by absolute size. We get into S3, and the unique, and frankly refreshing offering of providing timely, unbiased, stock loan data to investors.

As we wind down, we cover some of Ihor’s lessons and takeaways from his time analyzing short interest data.

All this and more in episode 262 with S3’s Ihor Dusaniwsky.

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