Bigger doesn't always mean better when it comes to exchange-traded funds.
The bears have been prowling around the electronics and office products companies, while leaving some other retailers alone for a while.
US shares are nearly flat as Cyprus banks reopen and investors await a final GDP report.
There's no evidence the shorts are piling on, ahead of an anticipated market pullback -- but here's what they liked last month.
The specialty retailer has to evolve its business rapidly to adapt to the changing market.
Short-sellers are well-known for doing excellent research and uncovering accounting improprieties, financial embellishment and outright fraud.
They have sold off for different reasons and are in overvalued sectors, but they look undervalued now.
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