Short Interest Sector Focus: Real Estate Sector

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As of the close of business on Thursday, 4/6, we captured the Top 10 Highest Short Interest % stocks within the Real Estate sector.

The average short interest for stocks within the Real Estate sector stands at 3.18%. Therefore, the below stocks are showing a more pessimistic outlook than their peers within the respective sector.

  • Pebblebrook Hotel   PEB   25.3%
  • Medical Prop Tst   MPW   24.26%
  • Sl Green Rlty Corp    SLG   22.7%
  • Starwood Property    STWD   17.38%
  • Armour Residential   ARR   15.78%
  • Orchid Island Capi    ORC   15.37%
  • Blackstone Mortgag   BXMT   13.97%
  • Geo Group Inc   GEO   13.4%
  • Seritage Growth   SRG   11.64%
  • Agree Realty Corp   ADC   11.44%

Short Interest is the percentage of a stocks' outstanding shares being sold short, which is utilized as a gauge for stock price sentiment. When short interest increases, this is generally considered a negative "bear" market indicator, whereas when short interest decreases, this is generally considered a positive "bull" market indicator.

Disclaimer: The Short Interest Indicator is produced by Tidal Markets, in partnership with Benzinga Insights. The data represented is exclusive to short interest data amalgamated daily by Tidal Markets LLC and its underlying proprietary sources. The information contained herein should not be compared to, contrasted, or evaluated against other short interest data providers. ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN DOES NOT CONSTITUTE OR IMPLY INVESTMENT ADVICE

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