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Home > News > BUYINS.NET: (VECO) SqueezeTrigger Price is $19.025. There is $62,266,512.00 That Short Sellers Still Need To Cover

September 24th, 2007

BUYINS.NET: (VECO) SqueezeTrigger Price is $19.025. There is $62,266,512.00 That Short Sellers Still Need To Cover

Abstract:
BUYINS.NET / www.squeezetrigger.com is monitoring Veeco Instruments Inc. - Common Stock (NASDAQ:VECO) in real time and just received an alert that is crossing above its primary SqueezeTrigger Price, the price that a short squeeze can start in any stock. There are 3270300 shares that have been shorted at the volume weighted average SqueezeTrigger Price of $19.025. To access SqueezeTrigger Prices ahead of potential short squeezes beginning, visit http://www.squeezetrigger.com .

From January 2005 to August 2007, an aggregate amount of 109183043 shares of VECO have been shorted for a total dollar value of $2,074,477,817.00. The VECO SqueezeTrigger price of $19.025 is the volume weighted average price that all shorts are short in shares of VECO. There is still approximately $62,266,512.00 of potential short covering in shares of VECO.

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