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Low Float stocks run "WILD in the Summer" and Summer Vacation officially starts this Friday.

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July 02, 2009 – Comments (1)

Why does this happen to low float stocks in the Summer? There are a few reasons but the main reason is many Hedge fund managers go on vacation, leaving the markets open to retail investors to take advantage of low float stocks. Knowing that hedge funds are on vacation and shorting will be limited to just a few brave retail shorts the retail investors bank on

low floaters to go "Wild in the Summer".

It can't be a coincedence because it seems to happen every summer.

The hard part is spotting the low floaters right at the start of the run.

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#1) On July 02, 2009 at 1:32 PM, checklist34 (99.73) wrote:

aren't summers usually down, hence "sell in may and go away"?

i think hedge funds don't do a whole lot of vacation time leaving their things untended.

I own some low floaters that I hope go wild, so lets hope you're right.  :)

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