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affye854 2 posts  |  Last Activity: May 20, 2014 10:44 AM Member since: Oct 16, 2013
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  • With AAPL acquiring Beats by Dre for $3.2 billion because they want to own their streaming music service Beats Music, major consolidation is about to take place in the streaming music space. The two leaders are Spotify and Rhapsody. Spotify has 6 million subscribers and just raised $250 million in VC funding at a valuation of $4 billion or $667 per subscriber. Rhapsody is growing even faster and signed 8,000 new paying subscribers per day in the 1Q, growing their paying subscriber base by 63% to 1.7 million. A valuation of $667 per subscriber makes Rhapsody worth $1.1 billion.

    Nobody knows this yet but there is a small-cap stock with an enterprise value of only $56 million that owns 45% of Rhapsody. As soon as investors find out about it, this stock could double or triple. To find out the company and its stock symbol go to: Breakout dot buzz

  • affye854 by affye854 May 20, 2014 10:42 AM Flag

    Rhapsody is stealing all of iTunes customers. Rhapsody signed 8,000 paying subscribers per day in the 1Q and grew their paying subscriber base by 63%. Beats Music has only been signing 1,000 paying subscribers per day. Rhapsody now has 1.7 million subscribers and with Spotify worth $4 billion or $667 per subscriber, Rhapsody must be worth $1.1 billion. Nobody knows this yet but there is a small-cap stock with an enterprise value of only $56 million that owns 45% of Rhapsody. As soon as investors find out about it, this stock could double or triple. To find out the company and its stock symbol go to: Breakout dot buzz

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