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Sirius XM Holdings Inc. Message Board

  • boar292hog boar292hog Jul 9, 2013 4:03 PM Flag

    Dear Red Chip at Motley...and all other doubters.....

    Siri just passed 25 million subscribers in the face of YEARS of doubt and reasons to look elsewhere since this stock was trading at .28 cents.
    Red Chip, have you ever tried Sirius Radio? It is in a class all by itself. Music by genre, music by decade, music both old and modern and NO COMMECIALS! Yowza!
    But also talk radio, from Stern to playboy, from comedy to finances, to news. Not to mention the growing number of celeb specials, sports etc.
    Oh, and it works in the desert between Reno and Vegas!

    With a GROWING number of subscribers, it seems as auto sales climb, so do the number of LOYAL SIRIUS subscribers. Internet radio does not compare, period.
    Have you quadrupled (or better) your money in the time Siri went from cents to dollars for a 1200 % return!?

    By the way, I'm sure Liberty Media would Likely disagree with your assessment and don't think for a moment that they do not have some design in store for APPS with his satelite/cable, and SIRI !

    Red Chip, you could have bought SIRI in 2009 for between .10 cents and a whopping .15 cents.

    Needless to say, alot of people have missed this stock movement all the way up and lets face it, many in fact MOST Americans are just now adjusting to the fact that they now have a CHOICE on what source they get their music ( and all else) from in the truck, boat, car, etc., etc.
    No, I missed the 12 cents too BUT....we did manage to buy and sell into SIRI from the 28 cent range all the way up to todays prices.
    Not patting ourselves on the back, merely pointing out that you are likely sorely wrong if you think SIRI subscribers are STUCK at 25 million!

    Go try PANDORA and then SIRIUS.....and report back to us all and then apologize! LMAO! NO COMPARISON and AAPL is not cutting from the same woodpile as SIRI either, it is going after PANDORA and other Internet radio players.
    Simply put, AAPL should have BOUGHT SIRI.

 
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