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Dish Network Corp. Message Board

  • drillssgdavid drillssgdavid Oct 21, 2012 11:22 PM Flag


    Tolda ya so, DISH has to kiss ASK and pay up. Lets see what that smart money says tomorrow. Enjoy!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • yeah, i was surprised the stock was going up, given that they were in a poor position with the lawsuit. the judge hated them. if they settle they would have to pay a fair amount. i guess it could have been a lot worse. $700 -80 = 620. 620/16000=3.9%. I seriously doubt the recent run up factored in a 3.9% hit to the stock due to a large settlement.

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      • "From an ongoing business perspective, the inclusion of the licenses is perhaps the most interesting part of this deal, and speaks unambiguously to Dish's desire to follow through on building a wireless network," Craig Moffett, a Bernstein Research analyst, said in a research report.โ€

        "The 500 megahertz spectrum is very high frequency and not suitable for mobile network deployment," he said in a report. "This spectrum can only be used for point-to-point applications and it requires line-of-sight. Therefore, we believe it could be used for fixed wireless and potentially mobile backhaul."

        It looks like โ€œ smart money โ€œ likes the wireless spectrum licenses part , The 620 million was a surprise to me but in the long run its two good quarters of
        free cash flow for Dish. The CC will be interesting this time.

      • The 3.9% doesn't even count how many subscribers they lost. So far everyone is hush, hush about it. I am sure within the next week we will see just how many.

        Sentiment: Strong Sell

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