Beyond Meat’s (Nasdaq: BYND) share price rose 14% in the last three sessions while the rest of the market fell. It’s also up nearly 30% since late November. With no notable news flow, It seems the stock, which has a short float of about 42%, has been caught up in a short squeeze.
What do you call a growth stock that's not growing? When Beyond Meat went public through an initial public offering (IPO) in 2019, its stock was widely considered a growth stock -- one with an above-average growth rate.
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