It occurred to me today that after the tracking stock is issued and it adjusts to the market, another deal to swap Siri's tracking stock for siri could be in the works, Siri would still be a pure play and the swap would work like a reverse split without all the negative connotations while removing billions of shares from the market.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
You are short SIRI. When Bernie returns the uptick and short sell regulations it's not going to be so easy for you traders. Go Bernie!!!! Siri would be $11.64 per share with uptick sill in place. These shorts have devalued this stock so much.
If Megan Kelly or any conservative had done that to any Republican debate candidate, the media would have crucified them! F'N liberal pukes!!!!!!
Somewhere around $5.50 per share.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Daniel Halper writes at the Weekly Standard:
After last night's Democratic debate, Rachel Maddow, one of the debate moderators, hugged the candidates. First Bernie Sanders got pulled tight, then Hillary Clinton.
Longtime Fox News Channel host and senior political analyst Brit Hume noted on Twitter,
"Rachel Maddow embraces both Clinton and Sanders at end of debate. I don't think I've ever seen a moderator do that before."
But then Bernie says he's sick of hearing about Hillary's emails, which is far worse than this. But Bernie and his supporters would never see any connection between the two.
The Des Moines Register says:
What happened Monday night at the Democratic caucuses was a debacle, period. Democracy, particularly at the local party level, can be slow, messy and obscure. But the refusal to undergo scrutiny or allow for an appeal reeks of autocracy.
First of all, the results were too close not to do a complete audit of results. Two-tenths of 1 percent separated Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. …
Too many accounts have arisen of inconsistent counts, untrained and overwhelmed volunteers, confused voters, cramped precinct locations, a lack of voter registration forms and other problems. Too many of us, including members of the Register editorial board who were observing caucuses, saw opportunities for error amid Monday night’s chaos.
The Sanders campaign is rechecking results on its own, going precinct by precinct, and is already finding inconsistencies, said Rania Batrice, a Sanders spokeswoman. The campaign seeks the math sheets or other paperwork that precinct chairs filled out and were supposed to return to the state party. They want to compare those documents to the results entered into a Microsoft app and sent to the party.
“Let’s compare notes. Let’s see if they match,” Batrice said Wednesday.
Dr. Andy McGuire, chairwoman of the Iowa Democratic Party, dug in her heels and said no.
In Grinnell Ward 1, 19 delegates were awarded to Bernie Sanders and seven were awarded to Hillary Clinton on caucus night. However, the Iowa Democratic party decided to shift one delegate from Sanders to Clinton on the night and did not notify precinct secretary J Pablo Silva that they had done so. Silva only discovered that this happened the next day, when checking the precinct results in other parts of the county.
Were other votes “shifted” by the Democratic Party? Who knows?
Then there's the extremely odd business where 6 delegates were awarded on coin flips with all 6 going to Clinton, which the Register doesn't even mention.
Yes Notelent Ezalldee has been quiet as LMCA is losing value almost every day. I'm sure many growth stocks are doing the same. In a couple of months LMCA is supposed to be splitting up into 3 tracking stocks. Sure this brings some more shareholder value because LMCA trades at a discount which is bad.
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