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Spac High Redemptions Creating Short Squeeze Pump and Dumps

Written by Donnie Nguyen

September 29, 2021

SPAC high redemptions are creating short squeeze pump and dumps. Many de-SPAC business combinations are creating a SPAC short squeeze situation due to the low float from the high redemptions. In this video, I explain what is happening to create these SPAC short squeezes, look at a few recent examples, and then go over my game plan as a long-term investor.

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Donnie Nguyen

Donnie Nguyen

Donnie Nguyen is the founder and CEO of Wolves of Investing. He started investing in the stock market in the early 2000s. He follows the teachings of Peter Lynch, Warren Buffett, and other investing legends. When he's not investing or blogging, he loves spending time with his family traveling and experiencing the world.

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