According to Nasdaq, if the shorts want to cover, it would take three weeks of current trading volume for them to close out their short positions. It doesn't take a Jim Cramer to figure out short interest this high can become explosive after a strong earnings report. Even a widely subscribed positive press release can send shares soaring. Two recent short squeeze examples include Tesla Motors ( TSLA) and First Solar ( FSLR). Both companies traded at price multiples above Pitney Bowes and were targets of short-sellers. Both companies surprised Wall Street with positive news. Follow @RobertWeinstein This article was written by an independent contributor, separate from TheStreet's regular news coverage.