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30 Stocks Traders Are Shorting Like Crazy. Part 2.

First 10 stocks you can find here. So let me continue :)

11. Blackberry

Ticker: BBRY

Short interest: 31.8%

YTD return: 24%

Sector: Technology

Comment: BlackBerry announced a new Porsche-branded smartphone in September, and while no pricing announcement was made, Business Insider's Stephen Tweedie noted that past Porsche-branded models have cost around $2,000.

12. JD.com

Ticker: JD

Short interest: 31.5%

Return since IPO: 20.3%

Sector: Online Retail

Comment: JD.com went public in May, and on its first day of trading, the stock rose 15%.

13. Restoration Hardware

Ticker: RH

Short interest: 30.6%

YTD return: 16.8%

Sector: Home Furnishings

Comment: The high-end home furnishing retailer reported Q2 revenue that grew 14% to $433.8 million and said it expects revenue for its fiscal-year ending in January to come in between $1.85-$1.87 bilion.

14. Zillow

Ticker: Z

Short interest: 30.5%

YTD return: 31%

Sector: Real Estate

Comment: Zillow and online real estate rival Trulia announced on July 28 that the two companies would merge as part of a $3.5 billion deal.

15. Ubiquiti Networks

Ticker: UBNT

Short interest: 30.2%

YTD return: -27%

Sector: Information Technology

Comment: Ubiquiti announced on September 30 that it will begin paying an annual dividend at the end of October.

16. Game Stop

Short interest: 30%

YTD return: -21%

Sector: Retail

Comment: In September, GameStop announced that it plans to double its seasonal hires ahead of the Holiday season.

17. J.C. Penney

Ticker: JCP

Short interest: 29.7%

YTD return: -20

Sector: Department Stores

Comment: J.C. Penney shares fell earlier this week after the company said at its first analyst day meeting in three years that sales in September were lower than expected.

18. Conversant

Ticker: CNVR

Short interest: 28.7%

YTD return: 45%

Sector: Advertising

Comment: Conversant is a digital marketing firm. On September 30, the company named Jim Rund chief revenue officer for its media business.

19. Weibo

Ticker: WB

Short interest: 28.1%

YTD return: -14.1%

Sector: Social Media

Comment: Weibo is sometimes called the "Twitter for China" and is one of the many Chinese-internet companies that make this list.

20. Lululemon

Ticker: LULU

Short interest: 26.5%

YTD return: -30.5%

Sector: Athletic Apparel

Comment: On September 11, the yoga apparel company reported same-store sales that fell 5%, while total revenue and earnings per share beat expectations. Shares of the company spiked on the news.

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com