A lot of traders like stocks with low share counts and/or low-float stocks. These stocks tend to move more easily, producing greater volatility, because it doesn’t take as much volume to impact supply and demand. These low-share-count stocks are frequently among the most opportunistic short-squeeze stocks.
The following list of stocks with low share counts includes stocks with fewer than 10 million outstanding share and stocks with fewer than 20 million outstanding shares.
Stocks with Share Counts below 10 Million
Stocks with Share Counts between 10 Million and 20 Million
These lists of stocks with low share counts should offer some ideas for traders who appreciate active and volatile stock-trading opportunities! Share counts change for various reasons, including offerings, buybacks, stock splits, and reverse stock splits. Feel free to me know if you have other low share-count stocks to suggest.