If people pay for cable TV, they will keep paying for Sirius Radio
lol well you got me.
sirius was trading at $65 in 2000. but anyone with a brain would understand that it was trading in much lesser shares outstanding. same as when I was hired by sirius.
any investors would understand the fact that the stock price action doesn't reflect the actual health of the company.
before I was hired to run this company, sirius has less than 1 million subs and losing about $300-$500 million a year. now sirius has over 20 million subs and cash flow positive over $500million a year and increasing. so as an CEO, I did my job. and it's up to mr. Rocco to bash the company and moron shorts like yourself to manipulate the price. right? good luck with your bash and keep shorting siri. I will just keep buying and it will go through the roof real soon.