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BUYINS.NET: (ADTN) SqueezeTrigger Price is $24.446. There is $155,506,428.00 That Short Sellers Still Need To Cover
[September 25, 2009]

BUYINS.NET: (ADTN) SqueezeTrigger Price is $24.446. There is $155,506,428.00 That Short Sellers Still Need To Cover


Sep 25, 2009 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- BUYINS.NET / www.squeezetrigger.com is monitoring ADTRAN INC (NASDAQ:ADTN) in real time and just received an alert that is crossing above its primary SqueezeTrigger Price, the price that a short squeeze can start in any stock. There are 6283088 shares that have been shorted at the volume weighted average SqueezeTrigger Price of $24.446. To access SqueezeTrigger Prices ahead of potential short squeezes beginning, visit http://www.squeezetrigger.com.

From January 2005 to August 2009, an aggregate amount of 252511067 shares of ADTN have been shorted for a total dollar value of $6,060,265,608.00. The ADTN SqueezeTrigger price of $24.446 is the volume weighted average price that all shorts are short in shares of ADTN. There is still approximately $155,506,428.00 of potential short covering in shares of ADTN.

SqueezeTrigger.com has built a massive database that collects, analyzes and publishes a proprietary SqueezeTrigger Price for each stock that has been shorted. The data has then been integrated into an automated trading platform which can be used to connect to a live online broker and automate your trading of short squeeze events. It is extremely powerful with lightening fast execution at a very low price. Both the trading software and SqueezeTrigger data feed are available at http://www.squeezetrigger.com.


ADTRAN INC (NASDAQ:ADTN) ADTRAN, Inc., incorporated in November 1985, develops products and services that facilitate access to communications networks. The Company's high-speed, network access products improve the operation of, and reduce the costs associated with, building and using communications networks. The Company's products are used by service providers, businesses, schools and government agencies. The Company maintains two operating divisions based on its product and service offerings: the Carrier Networks Division and the Enterprise Networks Division. Carrier Networks Division provides copper- and fiber-based digital transport systems to providers of telecommunications services. The Enterprise Networks Division specializes in internetworking solutions to help the small-to-medium business implement high-speed voice, data, Internet and video connectivity over wide and local area networks (WAN and LAN). During the year ended December 31, 2005, sales of Carrier Networks products accounted for 75. 2% of revenue, while sales of Enterprise Networks products accounted for 24.8%.

Service providers use the Company's equipment to deliver broadband data, voice, video, and Internet services to business and residential subscribers in a cost-efficient manner. Businesses, schools, and government agencies use its products to connect facilities, remote offices, and mobile workers, enabling corporate information services, Internet access, telecommuting and videoconferencing within their organizations. ADTRAN's product portfolio consists of more than 1,400 different high-speed network access devices. In both service provider and enterprise networks, these products are used primarily in the last mile or local loop of the network, and in LANs on the customer premises.

ADTRAN's products typically connect two ends of a circuit, and serve to transmit, route, and/or switch the data, voice and video traffic traveling across that circuit. ADTRAN develops, markets and supports high-speed network access products for use across Internet protocol (IP), asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) and time division multiplex (TDM) architectures in both wireline and wireless network applications. The Company's products are used to deploy new broadband networks, and to upgrade slower, established networks involving copper, fiber and wireless technologies both in the United States and abroad.

ADTRAN classifies its products into three categories: Systems, High bit-rate Digital Subscriber Line (HDSL)/T1and Digital Business Transport (DBT). The Systems category includes broadband access, optical access and business networking product lines. The Company's HDSL/T1 category includes a range of products that are used to deliver business services, such as T1/E1, fractional T1/E1, and Symmetrical HDSL (SHDSL) across a carrier's facilities to a business customers premises. The Company's DBT category includes products used to deploy integrated services digital network (ISDN), digital data service (DDS) and frame relay services.

Carrier Networks ADTRAN's Carrier Networks Division provides copper- and fiber-based digital transport systems to providers of telecommunications services, including all of the incumbent local exchange carrier's (ILEC's), independent operating companies, competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC's), and wireless service providers. ADTRAN has focused on opportunities in North America, with increasing emphasis and success in regions abroad. Services delivered using ADTRAN systems include traditional voice services, voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), Internet access, frame relay, ATM and Ethernet, connecting the network with user components, such as switches, routers, integrated access device (IADs), private branch exchange (PBX) and key telephone systems. ADTRAN systems also provide network infrastructure support for the network, such as optical multiplexing systems that connect central offices to outside plant delivery platforms.

ADTRAN's flagship Total Access 3000 system is a DSL platform.

The SqueezeTrigger database of approximately 1 billion short sale transactions goes back to January 1, 2005 and calculates the exact price at which the Total Short Interest is short in each stock. This data was never before available prior to January 1, 2005 because the Self Regulatory Organizations (primary exchanges) guarded it aggressively. After the SEC passed Regulation SHO, exchanges were forced to allow data processors like SqueezeTrigger.com to access the data. Total Short Interest is the number of shares shorted but not yet covered, and is different from total short volume. To access SqueezeTrigger Prices ahead of potential short squeezes beginning, visit http://www.squeezetrigger.com About SQUEEZETRIGGER.COM WWW.SQUEEZETRIGGER.COM is a service designed to help bonafide shareholders of publicly traded US companies fight short selling. SqueezeTrigger.com has built a proprietary database that uses Threshold list feeds and short sale time and sale data from NASDAQ, AMEX and NYSE to generate detailed and useful information to combat the short selling problem. For the first time, actual trade by trade data is available to the public that shows the attempted size, actual size, price and average value of short sales in stocks that have been shorted. This information is valuable in determining the precise point at which short sellers go out-of-the-money and start losing on their short trades.

SQUEEZETRIGGER.COM has built a massive database that collects, analyzes and publishes a proprietary SqueezeTrigger for each stock that has been shorted. The SqueezeTrigger database of nearly one billion short sale transactions goes back to January 1, 2005 and calculates the exact price at which the Total Short Interest is short in each stock. This data was never before available prior to January 1, 2005 because the Self Regulatory Organizations (primary exchanges) guarded it aggressively. After the SEC passed Regulation SHO, exchanges were forced to allow data processors like SqueezeTrigger.com to access the data.

The SqueezeTrigger database collects individual short trade data on over 7,000 NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ stocks and general short trade data on nearly 8,000 OTCBB and PINKSHEET stocks. Each month the database grows by approximately 50,000,000 short sale transactions and provides investors with the knowledge necessary to time when to buy and sell stocks with outstanding short positions. By tracking the size and price of each month's short transactions, SQUEEZETRIGGER.COM provides institutions, traders, analysts, journalists and individual investors the exact price point where short sellers start losing money and a short squeeze can begin.

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