- Betting against some company stocks can be more expensive than owning them.
- Clovis Oncology, currently the most expensive stock to short, boasts a 109% borrow fee according to data from S3 Partners, a financial analytics firm.
- Here are the top 13 stocks with the highest borrow fees, according S3 Partners.
- on Business Insider.
Short selling, or the practice of betting that a stock’s price will fall instead of rise, can be an expensive business.
That’s because the price to borrow shares of some stocks can be more expensive than owning them, data show. For example, traders are currently paying a read more >>>